• Media type: E-Article
  • Title: Technical Media in the Academy of Music and the Creative Arts
  • Contributor: Thiel, Jörn
  • Source: Music Educators Journal ; 47 ( 1961 ) S. 59-64
  • Published: SAGE Publications, 1961
  • Language: English
  • DOI: 10.2307/3389435
  • ISSN: 0027-4321; 1945-0087
  • Keywords: General Medicine
  • Abstract: <jats:p> WHILE THE STUDY of technical media—radio, television, and recordings—is not offered in Germany on anything like the same scale as classical artistic study, the need has been filled in the Artistic Educational Center in Remscheid, Germany, where I am in charge of the technical studio. A generous experimental field has been opened up, but it is still not permissible to teach artistic-technical integration at a professional level. Thus, my contribution points to a controversial topic of higher school policy within the German-speaking area. </jats:p><jats:p> This article is not intended, however, to report conditions prevailing in my country. I prefer to present a concept which shows how we in Germany would like to see academic practice and teaching of technical media. </jats:p>
  • Description: <jats:p> WHILE THE STUDY of technical media—radio, television, and recordings—is not offered in Germany on anything like the same scale as classical artistic study, the need has been filled in the Artistic Educational Center in Remscheid, Germany, where I am in charge of the technical studio. A generous experimental field has been opened up, but it is still not permissible to teach artistic-technical integration at a professional level. Thus, my contribution points to a controversial topic of higher school policy within the German-speaking area. </jats:p><jats:p> This article is not intended, however, to report conditions prevailing in my country. I prefer to present a concept which shows how we in Germany would like to see academic practice and teaching of technical media. </jats:p>