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Aria Senza Accompagnamento: A Woman Behind the Theory (will open as .pdf)
Originally published in The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning Volume IV, Number 4 and Volume V/Number 1, reprinted with the kind permission of Richard Colwell.

Roberta Lamb

"My starting point for feminist analyses of music education was to consider the addition of women to the content of music teachign and learning ..."

Monologue(s) of Desire: Becoming-Woman as University Band Directors

Elizabeth Gould

"Women currently account for less than 10% of all university band directors in North America, a proportion that has increased only slightly in the past 20 years ..."

Gender and Uilleann Piping

Janice L. Waldron

"There was a lady piper on the concert last night. Iíve never seen a lady piper before; she had terrible posture ..."

Portrait of a Rural Teacher

Janet Spring

"As a rural music educator for the past twenty-five years, I am interested in investigating the roles, responsibilities and bonds that a rural educator develops within her community ..."


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