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The Council for Research in Music Education (CRME) was founded in 1963, with the following purpose: "to encourage research in music education, to stimulate interest in music education research, provide guidance to would-be researchers and to serve as a disseminator of information concerning existing research" (Colwell, 1963). The...
The Council for Research in Music Education (CRME) was founded in 1963, with the following purpose: "to encourage research in music education, to stimulate interest in music education research, provide guidance to would-be researchers and to serve as a disseminator of information concerning existing research" (Colwell, 1963).
The Council, with the support of an Advisory Committee, a board of twenty-five members representing the international music education community, continues to seek ways of accomplishing the original purpose through a variety of activities that include:
Quarterly publication of the Bulletin; Dissertations Available for Review; Dissertations In Progress; Maintenance of Files of Music Education Tests; Annual selection of the Outstanding Dissertation Award; Sponsorship of Music Education Research Conferences; Housing of the Marilyn Pflederer Zimmerman Archives and Library of resources related to research in Music and Cognitive Processes.
The Bulletin, one of the premier research journals in music education, was established shortly after the Council's formation, with Richard J. Colwell and Charles Leonhard as founding editors. Subsequent editors include Marilyn Pflederer Zimmerman and Eunice Boardman. The current editor is John Grashel. The Bulletin, published quarterly by the CRME, is available from the School of Music, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1114 West Nevada Street, Urbana, Illinois 61801; 217-333-1027.
The CRME has searchable databases of the following: Published Articles , Published Reviews of Books , Published Reviews of Dissertations , Dissertations In Progress , Dissertations and Books Available for Review , Test Files of Music Education Tests ,
Contacting CRME , Editorial Board Members , Editorial Advisory Committee