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Balancing Innovation with Tradition: Maintaining a Relevant College Music Curriculum.

@inproceedings{Marcel2007BalancingIW,
  title={Balancing Innovation with Tradition: Maintaining a Relevant College Music Curriculum.},
  author={Linda A. Marcel},
  year={2007}
}
Technology is a cohesive bridge to the fine arts and often changes the context of study, creation, and performance of music. Personal computers, MIDI, synthesizers and software are changing the way educators present the fundamental principles of music. As college departments strive to maintain a relevant college music curriculum, technology is a compelling factor for change and can be the imperative crux of an evolving music program. Music hardware, computer aided programs, and internet… 
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