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Anderson, R. & Haskins R. (December, 2010). John Cage and recorded sound: A discographical essay. Notes, 67 (2), 382-409.   John Cage and recorded sound: A discographical essay is an article written by Rick Anderson and Rob Haskins. In this article, Anderson and Haskins discuss the career and discography of composer John Cage. They talk about Cage’s feelings about sound recording, music and society, and the public performance of music.

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Anderson, R. & Haskins R. (December, 2010). John Cage and recorded sound: A discographical essay. Notes, 67 (2), 382-409. John Cage and recorded sound: A discographical essay is an article written by Rick Anderson and Rob Haskins. In this article, Anderson and Haskins discuss the career and discography of composer John Cage. They talk about Cage’s feelings about sound recording, music and society, and the public performance of music.

Smith, P. J. (2005). Recordings in review. Yale Review, 93(4), 189-197. This article was written by Patrick J. Smith. In the article he talks about the career of composer Jean Sibelius.

Turner, C. (2005). Jerome Moross: An introduction and annotated worklist. Notes, 61(3), 659-727. The article Jerome Moross: An introduction and annotated worklist was written by a man named Charles Turner. This article talks about composer Jerome Moross and his compositions. I chose this article because I figured it would be a good idea to talk about different composers.

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Brinkman, D. J. (2010). Teaching creatively and teaching for creativity. Arts Education Policy Review, 111, (2), 48-50, 3. In this article the author talks about accepted ideas about creativity. It also talks about music teachers teaching creatively and teaching their students to be more creative. I chose this article because I believe it is important for anyone who makes music to be creative.

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Skophammer, R. (2011). Sound career choices: Technology and music. Children's Technology & Engineering, 16(2), 12-13. The article Sound career choices: Technology and music, written by Roger Skophammer, discusses the many career possibilities for music lovers. He goes on to tell about the different opportunities for people who would want to be involved within the music industry.
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Gallops, W. (2005). Music competition developing a healthy paradigm for performers and teachers. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 15, (1), 15-22. Written by Wayne Gallops, this article is talking about the importance for a healthy paradigm for music performers, teachers, and competition.

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Gallops, W. (2005). Music competition developing a healthy paradigm for performers and teachers. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 15, (1), 15-22. Written by Wayne Gallops, this article is talking about the importance for a healthy paradigm for music performers, teachers, and competition.

Galeson, D. W. (2009). White Christmas to Sgt. Pepper: The conceptual revolution in popular music.  Historical Methods, 42, (1), 17-34, 18.  The article written by David Galeson is based on Harold Arlen, Irving Berlin, Vernon Duke, Dorothy Fields, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Lorenz Hart, Jerome Kern, Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, and Richard Rodgers. The author reviews how these artists influenced some of the music that we listen to today.

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Budon, O. (2000). Composing with objects, networks, and time scales: An interview with Horacio Vaggione. Computer Music  Journal, 24, (3), 9-22. This article is an interview from Horacio Vaggione. He’s an Argentinean composer of electroacoustic and computer music. I chose this article because it defines a way of music that I might use in the future if I become a music producer.

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Bennett, D. & Stanberg, A. (December, 2006). Musicians as teachers: Developing a positive view through collaborative learning partnerships. International Journal of Music Education, 24 (3) 219-230, 12.  This article talks about the study of students’ understanding of the realities of professional practice.
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