Edwin E. Gordon Archive

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Abel-Struth, Sigrid, and Ulrich Groeben. Musikalische Hörfähigkeiten des Kindes. Musikpädagogik: Forschung und Lehre, ed. Sigrid Abel-Struth, vol. 15. Mainz: Schott, 1979.

Abramson, Robert M. Rhythm Games for Perception & Cognition. Pittsburgh, PA: Volkwein Bros., 1973.

Agrell, Jeffrey. Improvisation Games for Classical Musicans: 500+ Non-jazz Games for Performers, Educators, and Everyone Else. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008.

Aiello, Rita, ed., with John A. Sloboda. Musical Perceptions. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994.

AIGAM: 2000-2005: First Five Years Report. Rome: AIGAM, 2005.

American Institute of Dalcroze Eurhythmics. New York: n.p., 1929.

Ames, Roger. Choral Ensemble Intonation: Modal Exercises for Choirs, ed. James Jordan. Chicago: GIA Publications, n.d.

Apostoli, Andrea. "L’Apprendimento Musicale in età Prescolare: Il Concetto di Audiation nella Music Learning Theory di Edwin E. Gordon." In Musica Ricerca e Didattica: Profili culturali e competenza musicale, eds. Antonella Nuzzaci e Giorgio Pagannone, Non solo Scuola, ed. Franco Frabboni, Vol. 7. Lecce: Pensa Multimedia, 2008.

Apostoli, Andrea, and Alexandra Dufey. Ma che Musica!: Brani di Classica e Jazz da Ascoltare e da Guardare. Milan: Edizioni Curci, 2006. Includes compact disc.j

Apostoli, Andrea, and Edwin E. Gordon. Ascolta con lui, canta per lui. Milano: Edizioni Curci, 2005. Includes compact disc.

Azzara, Christopher D., and Richard F. Grunow. Developing Musicianship Through Improvisation – Vocal

Edition Book 1. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2006. Includes two compact discs.

Azzara, Christopher D., and Richard F. Grunow. Developing Musicianship Through Improvisation – C Instruments Edition Book 2. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2010. Includes two compact discs.

Azzara, Christopher D., and Richard F. Grunow. Developing Musicianship Through Improvisation – C Instruments Edition Book 3. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2010. Includes two compact discs.

Azzara, Christopher D., Richard F. Grunow, and Edwin E. Gordon. Creativity in Improvisation, Book 1: Treble Clef. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. Includes compact disc and Creativity in Improvisation: Getting Started (1998).

________. Creativity in Improvisation, Book 2: Treble Clef. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. Includes compact disc.

Balázs, Béla. A kékszakállu herceg vára. Budapest: Pesti Szalon Könyvkiadó, 1993.

________. Prince Bluebeard’s Castle: The Book of the Opera Composed by Béla Bartók. Translated by Thomas Ország-Land. London: Universal Edition, 1980.

Balázs, István.  A Musical Guide to Hungary. Budapest: Corvina Books, 1992.

Bamberger, Jeanne. The Mind Behind the Musical Ear: How Children Develop Musical Intelligence. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991.

Benner, Charles H. Teaching Performing Groups. From Research to the Music Classroom, no. 2. Washington, DC: MENC, 1972. (Two copies)

Bentley, Arnold. “Fixed or Movable Do?” Journal of Research in Music Education7, no. 2 (Fall 1959):163-168.   (Article of Interest shelved with general books)

Bentley, Arnold. "Monotones": A Comparison with "Normal" Singers in Terms of Incidence and Musical Abilities. Music Education Research Papers, no. 1. London: Novello, 1968.

________. Musical Ability in Children and Its Measurement. London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1966.

________. Musical Ability in Children and Its Measurement. New York: October House, 1966.

Bernstein, Leonard. The Unanswered Question: Six Talks at Harvard. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1976.

Biferali, Silvia. Il Bambino e La Musica. Milan: Edizione Curci, 2010.

Billingham, Lisa A. The Complete Conductor’s Guide to Laban Movement Theory. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2009.

Birge, Edward Bailey. History of Public School Music in the United States. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1928.

Bluestine, Eric. The Ways Children Learn Music: An Introduction and Practical Guide to Music Learning Theory. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1995. (Two copies)

________. The Ways Children Learn Music: An Introduction and Practical Guide to Music Learning Theory, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2000. (Three copies)

Bolton, Beth M. Katangaroo: Songs with Words. Philadelphia: Bestbael Music, 2010.

Bolton, Beth M. Musicianship: Developing Audiation. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Bestbael Music, 2010.

Britton, Lesley. Montessori Play and Learn: A Parents' Guide to Purposeful Play from Two to Six. New York: Crown Publishers, 1992.

Brommer, Hermann. Gengenbach, 4th ed. München: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 1989.

Brophy, Timothy. Assessing the Developing Child Musician: A Guide for General Music Teachers. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2000.

Brophy, Timothy S., ed. Assessment in Music Education: Integrating Curriculum, Theory, and Practice. Proceedings of the 2007 Symposium on Assessment in Music Education held at the University of Florida. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008. (Two copies)

Brown, Merrill. “The Optimum Length of the Musical Aptitude Profile Subtests.” Journal of Research in Music Education17, no. 2 (Summer 1969): 2240-247.   (Article of interest shelved with general books.)

Bruner, Jerome. The Process of Education: A Searching Discussion of School Education Opening New Paths to Learning and Teaching. New York: Vintage, 1963.

Buck, Percy C. Psychology for Musicians. London: Oxford University Press, 1961.

Budd, Malcolm. Music and the Emotions. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1985.

Burnam, Tom. The Dictionary of Misinformation. New York:Crowell, 1975.

Campbell, Mark Robin, ed. On Musicality and Milestones: Selected Writings of Marilyn Pflederer Zimmerman with Contributions from the Profession. Champaign, IL: Crouse Printing, 2002.

Carr, Maureen. Stravinsky’s Histoire du Soldat: A Facsimile of the Sketches. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2005.

Carter, Ronald, et al. Teaching Music through Performance in Jazz. Compiled and edited by Richard Miles and Ronald Carter. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008.

China Conservatory of Music. The 40th Anniversary of China Conservatory of Music, 1964-2004.

Cohen, Albert. Étienne Loulié: Elements or Principles of Music. New York:Institue of Medieval Music, 1965.          

Coleman, Satis N. Creative Music for Children. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1922.

Colwell, Richard. A Critique of Research Studies in Music Education. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1969.

________. The Evaluation of Music Teaching and Learning. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1970.

________. The Theory of Expectation Applied to Musical Listening. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1966.

Cowden, Robert L.  Review of “The Effectiveness of Musical and Nonmusical Measures as Predictors of Success in Beginning Instrumental Music Classes”, by George Harrison Webber. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education 49 (Winter 1976): 36-39.  Article of interest shelved with general books)

Creston, Paul. Rational Metric Notation. Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press, 1979.

Cunningham, Luvern. “Directions for the Future in Education.” Current Issues in Music Education4 (1967): 72-75.   (Article of interest shelved with general books)

Człowiek - muzyka - psychologia (Man - music - psychology): Książka dedykowana Professor Marii Manturzewskiej (Festschrift). Warsaw: Akademia Muzyczna im. Fryderyka Chopina, 2000.

Dadak-Kozicka, J. Katarzyna. Polska Muzyka Ludowa w Początkach Edukacji z Prac Nad Polską Adaptacja ,Kodàlya . Warszawa, 1990.

Davies, John Booth. The Psychology of Music. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1978.

Dell, Cecily. A Primer for Movement Description: Using Effort-Shape and Supplementary Concepts. New York: Dance Notation Bureau Press, 1977.

dePaola, Tomie. The Legend of the Bluebonnet. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1983. Inscribed: "To the Gordon Institute Library! When your students (especially 18 mo. olds) have a break from their audiation—Please read this to them! Chere Reneau, on behalf of our Texas musicians."

Deutsch, Diana, ed. The Psychology of Music. Series in Cognition and Perception. New York: Academic Press, 1982.

Deutsch, Herb. Moog Opus 3 Owner’s Manual. Buffalo, NY: Moog Music, 1980.

Dias, Pedro. History and Art Heritage in Coimbra. 3rd ed. (revised and extended) Minerva, 1997.

Doerr, Evelyn. Rudolf Laban: The Dancer of the Crystal.  Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2008.

Dostoevski, Fyodor. The Grand Inquisitor on the Nature of Man. Translated by Constance Garrett. With introduction by William Hubben. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1948.

Dowling, W. Jay, and Dane L. Harwood. Music Cognition. Orlando, FL: Academic Press, 1986.

Duerksen, George L. Teaching Instrumental Music. From Research to the Music Classroom, no. 3. Washington, DC: MENC, 1972. (Two copies)

Ebel, Robert L. Essentials of Educational Measurement. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1972.

Eble, Kenneth E. The Recognition and Evaluation of Teaching. Salt Lake City, UT: Project to Improve College Teaching, 1971.

Ecker, David, ed. Qualitative Evaluation in the Arts. New York: New York University, 1981.

Eisner, Elliot W. Cognition and Curriculum: A Basis for Deciding What to Teach. New York: Longman, 1982.

Ely, Mark C., and Amy E. Rashkin. Dictionary of Music Education: A Handbook of Terminology. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2005.

Entsminger, Deen E. Nostalgic Afterthoughts.  Plymouth Choral Series.  Fort Lauderdale, FL: Plymouth Music Co., 1983.   Includes a Letter from Deen thanking Dr. Gordon for helping him discover the sound within him. 

Eősze, László. Zoltán Kodály: His Life in Pictures and Documents. Budapest: Kossuth Printing House, 1982.

Epperson, Gordon. The Musical Symbol: A Study of the Philosophic Theory of Music. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 1967.

Farnsworth, Charles Hubert. Education Through Music. New York: American Book Company, 1909.

________. Short Studies in Musical Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1930.

Farnsworth, Paul R. The Social Psychology of Music. New York: The Dryden Press, 1958.

________. The Social Psychology of Music, 2d ed. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 1969.

Faulds, Bruce. The Perception of Pitch in Music: A Technical Report. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 1959.

Feldenkrais, Moshe. The Elusive Obvious. Capitola, CA: Meta Publications, 1981.

Ferguson, Donald N. The Why of Music. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1969.

Filharmonia Pomorska. Bydgoszcz: The Pomeranian Philharmonic of I. J. Paderewski, n.d.

Flanagan, John C., et al. Design for a Study of American Youth. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962.

Flanagan, John C., et al. Studies of the American High School. Project Talent Monograph Series. n.p.: U.S. Office of Education, 1962.

Fleming, William. Arts & Ideas. 7th ed. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1986. 

Fonder, Mark, ed. The Grandmaster Series: Collected Thoughts of Leaders in Twentieth Century Music Education. n.p.: The National Association for Music Education, 2003.

Fowler, Charles, ed. The Crane Symposium: Toward an Understanding of the Teaching and Learning of Music Performance. Potsdam, NY: Potsdam College of the State University of New York, 1988.

Franklin, Erik. Music Education: Psychology and Method. London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1972.

________. Tonality as a Basis for the Study of Musical Talent. Göteborg: Gumperts Förlag, 1956. Inscribed by the author: "Mr. Hiller with compliments...the Author."

Fresco, Grazia Honegger, ed. I bambini, che belle persone!: Uno sguardo attento e rispettoso sul mondo incantato dell’infanzia con la guida di Maria Montessori. Como: Centro Nascita Montessori, 1995.

Froseth, James O. “Using MAP Scores in the Instruction of Beginning  Students in Instrumental Music.” Journal of Research in Music Education19, no. 1 (Spring 1971): 98-105.   (Article of interest shelved with general books)

Fyk, Janina. Melodic Intonation, Psychoacoustics, and the Violin. Translated by Joanna Ciecierska. Poland: Organon, 1995.

Gabrielsson, Alf. Music Psychology: A Survey of Problems and Current Research Activities. Reprint of Basic Musical Functions and Musical Ability, no. 32. Stockholm: Royal Swedish Academy of Music, 1981.

Gagne, Robert M. The Conditions of Learning. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965.

Gaston, E Thayer. “A Rationale for Research in Music Education.” Current Issues in Music Education3 (1967): 1-3.  (Article of interest shelved with general books)

Gawryłkiewiczowa, Mirosława. Nutka Milutka: O literach opowiada. Bydgoszcz: Wydawnictwo Pamela Records, 1998. See audio cassette, Box 4. Inscribed by the author.

Gawryłkiewiczowa, Mirosława, and Ewa A. Zwolińska, eds. Retrośpiewnik: Polskich Gordonowców. Bydgoszcz: Wydawnictwo KRESKA, 2006. Inscribed by the editors.

Getzels, Jacob W., and Philip W. Jackson. Creativity and Intelligence: Explorations with Gifted Students. London: John Wiley & Sons, 1962.

Glenn, Neal, and Robert Glidden. The Development of Content and Materials for a Music Literature Course in the Senior High School. Cooperative Research Project No. H243. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1966.

Gordon, Edwin E. "6 Books by Edwin E. Gordon." Chicago: GIA Publications. Includes CD with audio commentary. Holdings:

Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns. 1997.

Study Guide for Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns. 1997.

A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children. 1997.

Introduction to Research and the Psychology of Music. 1998.

Rhythm: Contrasting the Implications of Audiation and Notation. 2000.

Preparatory Audiation, Audiation, and Music Learning Theory: A Handbook of a Comprehensive Music Learning Sequence. 2001.

________. Advanced Measures of Music Audiation. Manual. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1989. (Four copies)

________. The Advanced Measures of Music Audiation and the Instrument Timbre Preference Test: Three Research Studies. GIA Monograph Series. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1991. (Four copies)

________. Am I Musical?: Discover Your Music Potential. Music Audiation Games for Adults and Children Ages 7 and Up. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2003.

________. Apollonian Apostles:Conversations About the Nature, Measurement, and Implications of Music Aptitudes. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2009. (Three copies)

_________. l’Apprendimento musicale del bambino dalla nascita all’eta prescolre. Milano: Edizioni Curci, 2003.  Italian translation of Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children.

________. Ascolta tu. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2003. Italian edition by Edizioni Curci, 2005. Includes compact disc. Italian translation of Am I Musical.

________. Audie: A Game for Understanding and Analyzing Your Child’s Music Potential. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1989. Includes game sheets.

________. The Aural/Visual Experience of Music Literacy: Reading & Writing Music Notation. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2004.

________. Awakening Newborns, Children, and Adults to the World of Audiation: A Sequential Guide. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2007. (Two copies)

________. BUFFALO Music Learning Theory: Resolutions and Beyond. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2006.

________. Clarity by Comparison and Relationship: A Bedtime Reader for Music Educators. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008.

________. A Comparison of Scores on the 1971 and 1993 Editions of the Iowa Tests of Music Literacy: Implications for Music Education. With Selecting an Appropriate String Instrument for Study Using the Instrument Timbre Preference Test. GIML Monograph Series, no. 1. West Berne, NY: GIML, 1994. (Two copies)

_________. Continuing Studies in Music Aptitudes. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2004. (Seven copies)

________. Corybantic Conversations: Imagined Encounters between Dalcroze, Kodály, Laban, Mason, Orff, Seashore, and Suzuki. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008.

________. Designing Objective Research in Music Education: Fundamental Considerations. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1986. (Two copies)

________. Developmental and Stabilized Music Aptitudes: Further Evidence of the Duality. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2002. (Two copies)

________. Discovering Music from the Inside Out: An Autobiography. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2006. (Three copies)

_________. Essential Preparation for Beginning Instrumental Music Instruction. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2010.  (Eight copies)

 ________. Factor Analytic Study of Tonal and Rhythmic Patterns: A Factor Analytic Description of Tonal and Rhythm Patterns and Objective Evidence of Pattern Difficulty Level and Growth Rate. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1978.

__________. Guidebook for the Instrument Timbre Preference Test. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008. (Eighteen copies)

________. Guiding Your Child's Musical Development: Birth Through Age Five. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1991. Includes audio cassette, Box 3.

________. Harmonic Improvisation for Adult Musicians. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2005.

________. Harmonic Improvisation Readiness Record. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1996. (Three copies)

________. Harmonic Improvisation Readiness Record and Rhythm Improvisation Readiness Record. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1998.

________. How Children Learn When They Learn Music. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1967. View

________. How Children Learn When They Learn Music. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1968. View

________. Improvisation in the Music Classroom: Sequential Learning. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2003. (Two copies)

________. Intermediate Measures of Music Audiation: A Music Aptitude Test for First, Second, Third, and Fourth Grade Children. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1982.

________. Introduction to Research and the Psychology of Music. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1998.

________. An Investigation of the Objective Validity of Music Audiation Games. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2004.

________Iowa Tests of Music Literacy. Manual. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1970.

________. Iowa Tests of Music Literacy, rev. ed. Manual. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1991. (Five copies)

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Reference Handbook for Using Learning Sequence Activities, 3d rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2001. (Two copies)

________. Learning Sequence and Patterns in Music. n.p.: Tometic Associates, 1976. (Two copies)

________. Learning Sequence and Patterns in Music, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1977. (Two copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1980. (Three copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns, 1984 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1984. (Two copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns, 1988 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1988. (Two copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns, 1993 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1993. (Three copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns, 1997 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. (Two copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns, 2003 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2003. (Four copies)

________. Learning Sequences in Music: A Contemporary Music Learning Theory, 2007 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2007, 2012.

________. Learning Theory, Patterns, and Music. Buffalo, NY: Tometic Associates, 1975.

________. The Manifestation of Developmental Music Aptitude in the Audiation of "Same" and "Different" as Sound in Music. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1981. (Two copies)

________. Manual for the Instrument Timbre Preference Test. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1984.

________. More Songs and Chants Without Words. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2000.

 ________. Music Aptitude and Related Tests: An Introduction. Chicago: GIA Publications,2001.  (Four copies)

_________. Music Education: The Forgotten Past, Troubled Present, and Unknown Future. Special Edition. Norristown, PA: GIML Audeates, 1997.

________. Music Education Doctoral Study for the 21st Century. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2011. (Eight copies)

________. Music Education Research: Taking a Panoptic Measure of Reality. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2005.

________. A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1990. (Three copies)

________. A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children, 1997 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. (Three copies)

________. A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children (in Chinese). Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. Chinese edition by Psychological Publishing Co., 1999. (Two copies)

________. A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children (in Korean).  Translated by Helen K. Yi. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. Korean edition by IEC Music English, 2000.

________. A Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children, 2003 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2003.

________. Musical Aptitude Profile. Manual. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1965. (Four copies)

________. Musical Aptitude Profile. Manual. Chicago: Riverside Publishing Co., 1988. (Two copies)

________. Musical Aptitude Profile. Manual. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1995. (Two copies)

________. Musikalische Begabung: Beschaffenheit, Beschre`ibung, Messung und Bewertung. Musikpädagogik: Forschung und Lehre, ed. Sigrid Abel-Struth, vol. 25. Mainz: Schott, 1986. (Two copies) Translation of Nature, Description, Measurement, and Evaluation of Music Aptitudes by Edwin Gordon.

________. The Nature, Description, Measurement, and Evaluation of Music Aptitudes. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1987. (Two copies)

________. Pattern Sequence and Learning in Music. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1978. (Two copies)

________. Podstawowa miara słuchu muzycznego i Średnia miara słuchu muzycznego. Warszawa: Akademia Muzyczna im. Fryderyka Chopina Centrum Edukacji Artystycznej, 1999. (Four copies) Polish translation of:Manual for the Primary Measures of Music Audiation, and the Intermediate Measures of Music Audiation.

________.Podstawy Teorii Uczenia się Muzyki Według Edwina E. Gordona. Materiały z III Seminarium Gordonowskiego held in Zamość, 2-12 August 1998. Bydgoszcz: Wydawnictwo Uczelniane WSP, 2000. (Translation of Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children)

________. Possible Impossibilities in Undergraduate Music Education. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2010.

________. Predictive Validity Studies of IMMA and ITPT: A Two-Year Longitudinal Predictive Validity Study of the Instrument Timbre Preference Test and the Intermediate Measures of Music Audiation. GIA Monograph Series. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1989. (Two copies)

________. Predictive Validity Study of AMMA: A One-Year Longitudinal Predictive Validity Study of the Advanced Measures of Music Audiation. GIA Monograph Series. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1990. (Three copies)

________. Preparatory Audiation, Audiation, and Music Learning Theory: A Handbook of a Comprehensive Music Learning Sequence. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2001.

________. Primary Measures of Music Audiation: A Music Aptitude Test for Kindergarten and Primary Grade Children. Manual. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1979. (Two copies)

________. Primary Measures of Music Audiation and the Intermediate Measures of Music Audiation: Music Aptitude Tests for Kindergarten and First, Second, Third, and Fourth Grade Children. Manual. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1986. (Three copies)

________. Psychology of Music Teaching. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1971. (Two copies)

 ________. Psychology of Music Teaching  (in Korean). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1973.

________. Rating Scales and Their Uses for Measuring and Evaluating Achievement in Music Performance. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2002. (Two copies)

 ________. Rhythm: Contrasting the Implications of Audiation and Notation. Chicago: GIA Publications,  2000. (Two copies)

________. Rhythm: Contrasting the Implications of Audiation and Notation, 2nd Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2009. (Ten copies)

_________. Roots of Music Learning Theory and Audiation.Chicago: GIA Publications, 2011.  (Two copies) View

________. Sekwencje Uczenia się w Muzyce: Umiejętności, Zawartość i Motywy. Bydgoszcz: Wydawnictwo Uczelniane, 1999. (Two copies)  Russian translation of Learning Sequences in Music, Skill, Content, and Patterns.

________. Selecting an Appropriate String Instrument for Study Using the Instrument Timbre Preference Test. With A Comparison of Scores on the 1971 and 1993 Editions of the Iowa Tests of Music Literacy: Implications for Music Education. GIML Monograph Series, no. 1. West Berne, NY: GIML, 1994. (Two copies)

________. Society and Musical Development: Another Pandora Paradox. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2010.

________. Studies in Harmonic and Rhythmic Improvisation Readiness. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2000. (Two copies)

________. Study Guide for Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1984. (Two copies)

________. Study Guide for Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns, 1997 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1997. (Six copies)

________. Study Guide for Learning Sequences in Music: A Contemporary Music Learning Theory, 2007 Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2007.

_________. Study  to Determine the Effects of Training and Practice on Drake Musical Aptitude Test Scores. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1958.  Dissertation (Original)

________. Taking a Reasonable and Honest Look at Tonal Solfege and Rhythm Solfege . Chicago: GIA Publications, 2009.

________. Taking Another Look at the Established Procedure for Scoring the Advanced Measures of Music Audiation. With Music, the Brain, and Music Learning, by Eckart Altenmüller and Wilfried Gruhn. GIML Monograph Series. Narberth, PA: GIML, 1997. (Two copies)

________. Teoria de Aprendizagem Musical: Competências, Conteúdos e Padrões. (Learning Sequences in Music: Skill, Content, and Patterns.) Translated by Paulo Maria Rodrigues. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2000.

________. Teoria de Aprendizagem Musical Para Recem-Nascidos e Criancas em Idade Pre-Escolar (Music Learning Theory for Newborn and Young Children). Translated by Paulo Maria Rodrigues. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2000. (Two copies)

________. Test Validity and Curriculum Development: Three Longitudinal Studies in Music. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2001. (Two copies)

________. A Three-Year Longitudinal Predictive Validity Study of the Musical Aptitude Profile. Studies in the Psychology of Music, vol. 5. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 1967. (Nine copies)

________. A Three-Year Study of the Musical Aptitude Profile. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2001. (Two copies)

________. Tonal and Rhythm Pattern Audiation Cassettes. Manual. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1981. (Two copies)

________. Tonal and Rhythm Patterns: An Objective Analysis (A Taxonomy of Tonal Patterns and Rhythm úPatterns and Seminal Experimental Evidence of Their Difficulty and Growth Rate). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1976. (Three copies)

_________.Untying Gordian Knots. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, 2011.

________. Umuzykalnianie Niemowląt i Małych Dzieci: Teoria i Wskazówski Praktyczne. Kraków: Wydawnictwo 'Zamiast Korepetycji,' 1997. (Three copies) Polish translation of Music Learning Theory for Newborns and Young  Children.

________. Whittled Wordscapes: Essays on Music and Life. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2008.

Gordon, Edwin E., and Andrea Apostoli. l'Apprendimento musicale del bambino dalla nascita all'età prescolare: Canti melodici e rimici senza parole. Milan: Edizioni Curci, 2004. (Three copies)

Gordon, Edwin E., et al. The Early Childhood Music Curriculum: Songs and Chants Without Words, Book. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1993. (Two copies)

Gordon, Edwin E., et al. Vaiko muzikalumo puoselejimas. Vilnius: Kronta, 1999.

Gordon, Edwin E., and Andrea Apotoli. Canti melodici e ritmici senza parole.Milano: Edizioni Curci, 2004.

Gordon, Edwin E., and David G. Woods. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum. Chicago: GIA Publications, +1984. Holdings (Two copies of each):
Rhythm Register: Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8
Tonal Register: Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1990. Holdings:

Rhythm Register: Book 1 (Two copies), Book 2

Tonal Register: Book 1 (Two copies), Book 2

____. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Reference Handbook for Using Learning Sequence Activities. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1985.

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Reference Handbook for Using Learning Sequence Activities, 2d rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1992. (Two copies)

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Reference Handbook for Using Learning Sequence Activities, 3d rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2001. (Two copies)

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Song Collection (Songs 1-309). Chicago: GIA Publications, 1986.

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Song Collection (Songs 310-684). Chicago: GIA Publications, 1986.

________. Zanurz się w program nauszania muzyki: Działania w kolejności uczenia się podręcznik dla nauczycieli. Bydgoszczy: Wydawnictwo Uczelniane WSP, 1999. (Two copies)

Gordon, Edwin E., David G. Woods, and Darrel Walters. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Coordinating Classroom Activities and Learning Sequence Activities. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1988. (Three copies)

________. Jump Right In: The Music Curriculum: Learning Sequence Activities Introductory Manual. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1987. (Three copies)

Gordon, Karen Elizabeth. The Well-tempered Sentence: A Punctuation Handbook for the Innocent, the Eager, and the Doomed: Ticknor & Fields, 1983.

Gould, Stephen Jay. The Mismeasure of Man. New York: W. W. Norton and Co., 1981.

Green, Elizabeth A. H. Practicing Successfully: A Masterclass in the Musical Art. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2006.

Gruhn, Wilfried. Geschichte der Musikerziehung. Hofheim: Wolke Verlag, 1993.

________. Kinder brauchen Musik: Musikalität bei kleinen Kindern entfalten und fördern. Weinheim: Beltz Verlag, 2003.

________. "Musikalische Sprachartikulation seit Schönbergs Melodramen Pierrot Lunaire." Reprinted from Dichtung und Musik: Kaleidoskop ihrer Beziehungen, ed. Günter Schnitzler, 265-280. n.p.: Klett-Cotta, n.d.

________. Wahrnehmen & Verstehen: Untersuchungen zum Verstehensbegriff in der Musik. Taschenbücher zur Musikwissenschaft, ed. Richard Schaal, no. 107. Wilhelmshaven: Florian Noetzel Verlag, 1989. Signed by the author.

Grunow, Richard F., and Edwin E. Gordon.  Introducing Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1991.

________. Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series: Teacher’s Guide, Soprano Recorder Book One. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1987.

Grunow, Richard F., Edwin E. Gordon, and Christopher D. Azzara. Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series: Composition Book One. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2000.

________. Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series – for Winds and Percussion, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2000. Includes compact disc. Holdings:
Soprano Recorder: Book 1, Book 2
Flute: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Clarinet: Book 1 (Two copies), Book 2 (Two copies), Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Oboe: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Bassoon: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Alto Saxophone: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Tenor Saxophone: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Trumpet: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
French Horn: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Trombone: Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Baritone (B.C.): Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Baritone (T.C.): Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Tuba: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Percussion: Book 1, Book 2, Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)

________. Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series – for Winds and Percussion: Teacher’s Guide, Book 1 & 2, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2001. (Two copies)

Grunow, Richard F., et al. Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series – for Strings, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2002. Includes compact disc. Holdings:
Violin: Book 1 (Three copies), Book 2 (Two copies), Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Viola: Book 1 (Two copies), Book 2 (Two copies), Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Cello: Book 1 (Two copies), Book 2 (Two copies), Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)
Bass: Book 1 (Five copies), Book 2 (Two copies), Solo Book 1A (Two copies), Solo Book 1B (Two copies)

________. Jump Right In: The Instrumental Series – for Strings: Teacher’s Guide, Book 1 & 2, rev. ed. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2002. (Two copies)

Guilford, J. P. Psychometric Methods. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1954.

Gulliksen, Harold. Theory of Mental Tests. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1950.

Hainstock, Elizabeth G. The Essential Montessori: An Introduction to the Woman, the Writings, the Method, and the Movement. New York: The Penguin Group, 1997. 

Hamilton, Clarence G. Sound and Its Relation to Music. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1912.

Hanslick, Eduard. The Beautiful in Music. Translated by Gustav Cohen. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill, 1957.

Hargreaves, David J. The Developmental Psychology of Music. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1986.

Harms, Thelma, Richard M. Clifford, and Debby Cryer. Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale, rev. ed. New York: Teachers College Press, 1998.

Harrington, Charles J. “An Investigation of the Primary Level Musical Aptitude Profile for Use with Second and Third Grade Students. “ Journal of Research in Music Education7, no. 4 (Winter 1969): 359-368.  (Article of interest shelved with general books)

Harrison, Carole S., Edward P. Asmus, and Richard T. Serpe. “Effects of Musical Aptitude, Academic Ability, and Motivation on Aural Skills.” Journal of Research in Music Education42, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 131-144. (Article of interest shelved with general books) 

Hartshorn, William C., ed. Music for the Academically Talented Student in the Secondary School. Washington, DC: MENC, 1960.

Heiks, James, ed. Alice Parker's Hand-Me-Down Songs. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2005.

Heim, Alyn. Rehearsal Warmups for Band Chorus Orchestra. Chicago: GIA Publications, 1981.

Helmholtz, Hermann L. F. On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music. Translated by Alexander J. Ellis. New York: Dover Publications, 1954.

Herboly-Kocsár, Ildikó. Teaching of Polyphony, Harmony and Form in Elementary School. Translated by Alexander Farkas. Kecskemét: Petőfi Nyomda, 1984.

Hess, Lisa M. Learning in a Musical Key: Insight for Theology in Performative Mode. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2011.

Hickman, A. T. Electronic Apparatus for Music Research. Music Education Research Papers, no. 3. London: Novello, 1968. (Two copies)

Hillway, Tyrus. Handbook of Educational Research. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1969.

Hodges, Donald A., ed. Handbook of Music Psychology. Lawrence, KS: National Association for Music Therapy, 1980.

Horner, V. Music Education: The Background of Research and Opinion. Hawthorn: Australian Council for Educational Research, 1965.

Houle, George. Meter in Music, 1600-1800: Performance, Perception, and Notation. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1987.

Howell, Peter, Ian Cross, and Robert West, eds. Musical Structure and Cognition. London: Academic Press, 1985.

Howes, Frank. The Borderland of Music and Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1927.

Huck, Schuyler W., William H. Cormier, and William G. Bounds, Jr. Reading Statistics and Research. New York: Harper & Row, 1974.

Huff, Darrell. How to Lie with Statistics. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1954.

Hutter, Clemens M. The Hohensalzburg Fortress. Translated by Lawrence Brazier. Salzburg: Salzburg State Board of Tourism, Spring 2003.

Isaac, Stephen, and William B. Michael. Handbook in Research and Evaluation, 3d ed. For Education and the Behavioral Sciences. San Diego: Educational and Industrial Testing Services, 1995.

Jacoby, Heinrich. Jenseits von “Musikalisch” und “Unmusikalisch”: Die Befreiung der schöpferischen Kräft dargestellt am Beispiele der Musik, ed. Sophie Ludwig. Hamburg: Christians, 1984. Includes photocopied timeline of Jacoby's life.

Jacques-Dalcroze, Emile. Rhythm, Music and Education. London: Riverside Press, 1967.

________. Rhythmic Solfege. n.p.: R. Abramson, 1975.

Jordan, James. Evoking Sound: The Choral Conductor’s Aural Tutor: Training the Ear to Diagnose Vocal Problems. A Companion to The Choral Warm-Up. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2006. Includes two compact discs.

_______. Evoking Sound: Fundamentals of Choral Conducting. 2nd Edition. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2009.

________. The Conductor’s Gesture: A Practical Application of Rudolf von Labans’s Movement Language. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2011.

________. The Musician's Walk: An Ethical Labyrinth. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2006.

Jordan, James with Mark Moliterno and Nova Thomas. The Musician’s Breath: The Role of Breathing in Human Expression.Chicago:GIA Publications, 2011.

The Julliard Report on Teaching the Literature and Materials of Music. New York: W. W. Norton, 1953.

Kamińska, Barbara. Kompetencje wokalne dzieci i młodzieży - ich poziom, rozwój i uwarunkowania. Warszawa: Akademia Muzyczna im. Fryderyka Chopina, 1997. Inscribed by the author: "To Professor Edwin E. Gordon with my best wishes. Barbara Kamińska. Zamość, August 1998."

Kataryńczuk-Mania, Lidia, ed. Innowacje pedagogiczne w edukacji muzycznej dzieci i młodzieży. Zielona Góra: Wyższa Szkoła Pedagogiczna im. Tadeusza Ketarbińskiego, 2000. Inscribed: "Prof. Edwin E. Gordon, Thank you for being our teacher, master, guide, and friend. Thank you for showing us how we should love what we do. Bydgoszcz, 26.08.2001." Multiple signatures.

Keetman, Gunild. Elementaria: First Acquaintance with Orff-Schulwerk. London: Schott, 1970.

Kellogg, Rhoda, with Scott O’Dell. The Psychology of Children’s Art. n.p.: CRM, 1967.

Kemp, Anthony E. The Musical Temperament: Psychology and Personality of Musicians. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996. Inscribed by the author: "To Edwin, with fond memories of our significant meeting at Reading which I still hope will be repeated before too long. As you will see in these pages I remain indebted to you for all your work in audiation. Warmest wishes, Tony. University of Reading, February 1997."

Kemp, Anthony, ed. Some Approaches to Research in Music Education. Reading: IMSE, 1992. Inscribed by the editor: "To Edwin, with warmest wishes. Tony Kemp, October 1993."

Kerman, Joseph. Contemplating Music: Challenges to Musicology. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1985.

Kilpatrick, William Heard. A Reconstructed Theory of the Educative Process. New York: Columbia University, 1935.

Klohr, Paul R., “Curriculum in a Climate of Change.” Current  Issues in Music Education v.2 (1964): 1-9.  (Article of interest shelved with general books)

A Kodály Intézet IV., Jubileumi Évkönyve (Year-Book of the Kodály Institute, IV) 1975 – 2000. Kecskemét: Kodály Intézet, 2001.

Komada, Wiesława. Kanony. Zielona Góra: Ośrodek Doskonalenia Nauczycieli, 1997.

Krbaťa, Peter. Psychológia Hudby: Pre Hudobnikov. Presov: Matús music, 1994. 

Krone, Beatrice Perham. Teaching Music in the Elementary School. Chicago: Progressive Education Association, 1941.

Kwalwasser, Jacob. Exploring the Musical Mind. New York: Coleman-Ross Co., 1955.

________. Problems in Public School Music. New York: M. Witmark and Sons, 1932.

________. Tests and Measurements in Music. Boston: C. C. Birchard and Co., 1927.

Laban, Rudolf. Modern Educational Dance. London: Macdonald & Evans, 1948.

Lange, Diane M. Together in Harmony: Combining Orff Schulwerk and Music Learning Theory. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2005. (Two copies)

Larson, Ruth Crewdson. Studies on Seashore's "Measures of Musical Talent." Series on Aims and Progress of Research vol. 2, no. 6. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa, 1 March 1930.

Lawrence, Lynne. Montessori Read & Write: A Parents’ Guide to Literacy for Children. New York: Three Rivers Press, 1998.

Lee, Robert E. “An Investigation of the Use of the Musical Aptitude Profile with College and University Freshman Music Students.” Journal of Research in Music Education15, no. 4 (Winter 1967): 278-288. (Article of interest shelved with general books)   

Lehman, Paul R. Tests and Measurements in Music. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1968. (Two copies)

Leichtentritt, Hugo. Music, History, and Ideas. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1961.

Lewis, Don. "The Construction of a Timbre Test." Reprinted from The Psychological Record 3, no. 9 (June 1939): 115-136. (February 1937). Mutilated copy.  (Article of interest shelved with general books)

_________. “Pitch: Its Definition and Physical Determinants.” Reprinted from Iowa Studies in the Psychology of Music4 (February 1937):[346]-373.   (Article of interest shelved with general books)

Lewis, Don, Milton Cowan, and Grant Fairbanks. "Pitch and Frequency Modulation." Reprinted from Journal of Experimental Psychology27, no. 1 (July 1940):23-36.   (Article of interest shelved with general books)

Lillard, Paula Polk. Montessori in the Classroom: A Teacher's Account of How Children Really Learn, rev. ed. New York: Schocken Books, 1997.

________. Montessori Today: A Comprehensive Approach to Education from Birth to Adulthood. New York: Schocken Books, 1996.

Lindquist, E. F. Design and Analysis of Experiments in Psychology and Education. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1953.

________. Educational Measurement. Washington, DC: American Council on Education, 1961.

Liszt ferenc arcai: Fotóportrék. Budapest: Múzsák közmuvelodési kiadó, n.d.

Lowe, Marilyn, and Michael Brill, with Edwin E. Gordon. Music Moves for Piano: Boogies and Blues. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2004. (Two copies)

________. Music Moves for Piano: Music Moves for Two. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2004. Holdings (Two copies of each):
Book 1
Book 2

Lowe, Marilyn, with Edwin E. Gordon. Music Moves for Piano. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2004. Holdings (Two copies of each):
Preparatory Book
Teacher's Guide, Preparatory Book
Book 1
Teacher's Lesson Plans, Book 1
Book 2
Teacher's Lesson Plans, Book 2

Lundin, Robert W.  An Objective Psychology of Music. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1953.

________. An Objective Psychology of Music, 2d ed. New York: The Ronald Press Co., 1967.

________. An Objective Psychology of Music, 3d ed. Malabar, FL: Robert E. Krieger Co., 1985.

Lyman, Howard B. Test Scores and What They Mean. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1963.

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