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Silver Burdett Music Textbooks
- Silver Burdett is an American elementary education textbook publishing imprint owned by Pearson Education, which is a division of media conglomerate Pearson PLC. Silver Burdett was first formed as a company in 1888 when Frank W.
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- The vocal or instrumental sound produced in this way
- any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
- The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion
- an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
- musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
- A sound perceived as pleasingly harmonious
silver burdett music textbooks - A content
A content analysis of folk songs used in fourth-grade music textbooks published by Silver Burdett and Ginn including their parent and subsidiary companies from 1898 through 2002.
Folk songs, traditionally transmitted via the oral tradition with unknown authors, are often included in printed form in school music textbooks. This study will answer these questions: how has the use of folk songs in music textbooks changed over time in the United States? And, what types of songs have music publishers considered important in music education through the decades related to music from the United States and other countries? This study will focus on the folk song material found in eighteen fourth-grade textbooks published by two prominent companies. The paper progresses chronologically by publication date of the first edition of each textbook. The content analysis includes examining the series each textbook came from, the song material in general, and the folk songs. The conclusion discusses the trends and changes in the use of folk songs in music textbooks.
“By the Sea Shore,” a Flemish dance tune illustrated by Shirley Kite
EUREKA! Having seen S. Kite's illustrations in First Book, I ordered the Third Book since she was listed as the illustrator only to find just 2 (two) illustrations. I received the Second book today, and there are MANY of her images here! "Don’t you wish we all could be Playing by the salty sea, With our spade, our big tin pail, And our boats with masts and sail.-- Tucking up our little frocks, We would paddle round the rocks, In the pools so still and deep, Where the crabs and shrimps all sleep." “The Music Hour, Second Book” was published by Silver, Burdett and Co., 1928. Illustrated by Shirley Kite. Edited by Osbourne McConathy, W. Otto Miessner, Edward Bailey Birge, and Mabel E. Bray.
Making Music Your Own
Mod, mod music! Front cover of a textbook published by the Silver Burdett Company for the state of Texas.1971. Designed for general music enrichment--back in the days when most children received music education in the fourth, fifth or sixth grades.
silver burdett music textbooks
"Silver Burdett Music" is a programme which has been designed to meet the changing needs of teachers and children, and to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum at Key Stages 1-3. The set of resources includes teacher's editions, pupil's books, cassettes, a scope and sequence chart, and teacher's resource books. Ideas, resources and suggestions for lesson plans are provided for all teachers regardless of their own music experience or training. It is not necessary for the teacher using the programme to be able to read music or play accompaniments, since these are provided on the cassettes. The pupil's books set out to provide visual stimulus and background information for children's work. The books include song notation and words, and cross-curricular links. It covers Key Stage 2, Year 5 to Year 6. A "Special Package" is available which includes a "Teacher's Resource Pack" and 15 "Pupil's Books".