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ISME Website History Standing Committee IHME Homepage CANADA - Key Reference  Canada – Diverse developments across the decades by Nancy Vogan   This book chapter is a key reference for the historical development of music education in Canada. It was published as Chapter 8 in The Origins and Foundations of Music Education: Cross-Cultural Historical Studies of Music in Compulsory Schooling by Gordon Cox and Robin Stevens.  This book was fIrst published in hardcopy edition in 2010, then in paperback edition in 2011 as part of the Continuum Studies in Educational Research - Series Editor: Anthony Haynes -  by Continuum International Publishing Group, London.     For details of these two formats, click on the appropriate icon below to go to the following links:         Hardcopy version -         Paperback version -         eBook version -  online retilers for Bloomsbury (Continuum) eBook publications include Amazon Kindle, Google Play, Kobo and Apple.  The following list of references utilised by the authors in the writing of this chapter may be a useful source of information for scholars and researchers interested in the history of music education in Canada.   Brault, D. (1977), ‘A History of the Ontario Music Educators' Association (1919-1974)’, unpublished Ph D dissertation,University of Rochester.  Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Coalition for Music Education in Canada Cringan, A.T. (1888), The Canadian Music Course. Toronto: Canadian Publishing Co. Davey, E. (1977), ‘The Development of Undergraduate Music Curricula at the University of Toronto, 1918-68’, unpublished Ph D dissertation, University of Toronto.  Green, J. P. (1974), ‘A Proposed Doctoral Program in Music for Canadian Universities with Specific Recommendations for Specialization in Music Education,' unpublished Ph D dissertation,  University of Rochester  Green, J. P., and N. F. Vogan (1991),  Music Education in Canada: A Historical Account. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.  Kallmann, H. (1960),  A History of Music in Canada, 1534-1914. University of Toronto Press. Kallman, H. and Potvin, G. (eds) (1992), Encyclopedia of Music in Canada (2nd edn).  Toronto: University of Toronto.  Keillor, E. (2006), Music in Canada: Capturing Landscape and Diversity. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press. Proctor, G. (1980), ‘Canada’ entry, in ‘Education in Music’, in Sadie, S. (ed). (1980), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. London: MacMillan, pp. 35-36.   Sefton, H. F. (1868), Three-Part Songs for the Use of Pupils of the Public Schools of Canada. Toronto: James Campbell and Sons. Sefton, H. F. (1871), A Manual of Vocal Music. Toronto: Hunter Rose (printer).  Shand, P. M. and Bartel, L.R. (1993), A Guide to Provincial Music Curriculum Documents Since 1980.  Toronto: Canadian Music Education Research Centre, University of Toronto. Tomkins, G. S. (1986), A Common Countenance: Stability and Change in the Canadian Curriculum. Scarborough, Ontario: Prentice-Hall Canada  Trowsdale, G. C. (1962), ‘A History of Public School Music in Ontario’, unpublished DEd dissertation, University of Toronto.  Trowsdale, G. C. (1970), ‘Vocal music in the common schools of Upper Canada: 1846-76’, Journal of Research in Music Education, 18, (4), 340-54. Tufts, J. W. and Holt, H.E. (1883), The Normal Music Course. Boston: D.Alperton and Co. Veblen, K. and Benyon, C. (eds) (2007), From Sea to Sea: Perspectives on Music Education in Canada. London, Ontario: University of Western Ontario E-book.  Vogan, N. F. (1979), ‘A History of Public School Music in the Province of New Brunswick 1872-1939’, unpublished Ph D dissertation, University of Rochester.  Vogan, N. F. (1986), ‘Music Education in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century New Brunswick’, in M. Fancy (ed), Art and Music in New Brunswick Symposium Proceedings. Sackville, New Brunswick; Centre for Canadian Studies, Mt. Allison Univeristy, pp. 19-33.  Vogan, N. F. (1988 ), ‘Music Instruction in Nova Scotia Before 1914’, in J.Beckwith and A.Hall (eds), Musical Canada: Words and Music Honouring Helmut Kallmann. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 71-78. Vogan, N.  (1993), ‘Music Education in the Maritimes Between the Wars: a Period of Transition’, in G.Davies (ed),  Myth and Milieu: Atlantic Literature and Culture, 1918–1939.  Fredericton, NB: Acadiensis Press, pp.77-86. Woodford, P. G. (1988), We Love the Place, O Lord: A History of the Written Musical Tradition of Newfoundland and Labrador to 1949. St John's, NL: Creative Publishers. Woodford, P. G. ( 2005), Democracy and Music Education; Liberalism, Ethics, and the Politics of Practice.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. ISME Website History Standing Committee IHME Homepage Copyright © 2014 History Standing Committee, International Society for Music Education (ISME)