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- ItemA Survey to Determine if Teachers Believe They are Prepared to Include Children with Autism(Houghton University, 2014-05-01) Alessi, NoahThere are more and more cases of Autism reported every day. Music educators, just like every other teacher, have to learn to teach these students. Through a survey teachers were asked how they perceived they were teaching students with Autism along with how involved they were in preparing for said students. The results stated that teachers feel they are not prepared to teach students with Autism and are not very involved in preparing for them. Through the survey the reader can see that music educators could be better prepared for the increasing number of students with Autism entering their classrooms each year.
- ItemThe Significance of Christ’s Ascension For Christian Worship(Houghton University, 2016-04-26) O’lone, Christian W.The nature of this paper was to provide theological and musical support for the planning and preparation of a hymn festival that was performed on April 14th, 2016. The capstone paper and hymn festival was in partial completion of the Master of Arts in music, from the Greatbatch School of Music, at Houghton College. Research methods utilized were historical, experimental, and observational. The content of this paper includes theological and liturgical significance of Christ’s ascension, and an outline of and reflection on the hymn festival.
- ItemAn Exploration of the Orchestra in the Twenty-First Century(Houghton University, 2016-04-29) Efthimiou, NathanielThe purpose of this study is to research and explore some of the challenges that the orchestra has faced since the turn of the century. The orchestra is one of the most recognized musical organizations in western culture. Even still, recent statistics show that orchestra audiences are dwindling. There are many ways in which orchestras have attempted to curb these patterns, including new concert models, new organizational structures, and new educational programs. All of these methods and more have been met with varying degrees of success.
- ItemDustin Woodard and Ted Canning, Percussion Ensemble(Houghton College, 2016-11-21) Houghton College EMA Studios