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ISME Website History Standing Committee IHME Homepage SCHOOL RECORDER PLAYING - Key References  The dodo was really a phoenix: The renaissance and revival of the recorder in England 1879-1941 by Alexandra Mary Williams This thesis is a key reference to the recorder movement in England and includes a section on the recorderís introduction ot British elementary schools by Edgar Hunt, who had been inspired by Arnold Dolmetsch. This research was submitted for a PhD degree, The University of Melbourne in 2005.  The abstract of this thesis as well as the full text of the thesis are available via the following URL or simply click on the icon to go the the appropriate webpage:                                                  https://minerva-access.unimelb.edu.au/handle/11343/36930    Other key references include the following. Free access to the abstracts of these articles and access to the full text (payment may be required) is available via URLs listed below. If you have access to a university library as a student or staff member, you may have free access to download this article through your university libraryís eJournal collection.                   Fifty Years of the Society of Recorder Players (S.R.P.) [United Kingdom] by Anne Martin This journal article is a key reference to the historical development of the recorder. It was published in the British Journal of Music Education, November 1986, vol. 3, no. 3, pages 357-356.    https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/british-journal-of-music-education/article/fifty-years-of-the-society-of-recorder-players-srp/0F2F544FF81D9C09067C51BD2BDD879A   The Recorder in Victorian State Primary Schools since 1946   by Jill Ferris This journal article gives a history of the recorder in education, particularly in the Victorian education system in Australia. It was published in the Australian Journal of Music Education, 1998, no. 1, pages 67-71.    https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=138064038046293;res=IELHSS;type=pdf   Early days of recorder teaching in South Australian schools: A personal history  by Jane Southcott  This journal article gives a personal history of the development of recorder playing in the South Australian school system. It was published in the Australian Journal of Music Education, 2016, vol. 50, no. 1, pages 16-26.  https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=902914964989791;res=IELHSS ISME Website History Standing Committee IHME Homepage Copyright © 2014 History Standing Committee, International Society for Music Education (ISME)