- ItemRisk assessment: Music students are at greater risk for being bullied(National Association for Music Education, 2019-04) Jones, StephanieJones summarizes the work of music education researchers Kenneth Elpus and Bruce Carter on the prevalence of bullying victimization among music and theatre performing arts students in the United States.
- ItemPublic school music booster groups, 2015 revenue data(2018) Elpus, Kenneth; Grisé, AdamThis is an anonymized version of the dataset underlying "Music booster groups: Alleviating or exacerbating funding inequality in American public school music education?" by Kenneth Elpus and Adam Grisé. Included here are the data in Stata and SPSS formats and Stata statistical code to replicate the analyses in the article.
- ItemThe Status of Music Education in United States Public Schools - 2017(Give A Note Foundation, 2017-11) Foundation, Give a NoteThis publication reports on the findings of a nationally representative survey of K-12 schools in the United States that offer music education. Results are reported at the school and teacher level on the status of music teaching and learning at elementary, middle, and high schools in the United States as of 2017.
- ItemThe Evolution of the String Quartet - A Composer's View(2015-05) moss, Lawrence; moss, lawrenceThe 1st movements of 9 String Quartets, from Haydn to Moss. are discussed with music examples. The 9 composers, in chronological sequence, are: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Stravinsky, Bartok, Schoenberg, Ligeti and Moss. Each quartet is introduced with a brief explanation of its historical importance in the string quartet genre, followed by a discussion of the compositional choices made by each composer. These choices are illustrated with brief musical examples and diagrams.
- ItemAmateur and Professional, Permanent and Transient: Orchestras in the District of Columbia, 1877–1905(University of Chicago Press, 2012) Warfield, Patrick