Gustave J. Stoeckel, Yale pioneer in music

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Stoeckel, Gustave Jacob, 1819-1907, Yale School of Music, Music -- Connecticut -- New

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Statementby David Stanley Smith.
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Gustave J. Stoeckel, Yale pioneer in music by David Stanley Smith,Yale University Press, H. Milford, Oxford university press edition, in English. Stoeckel, Gustav Jakob, ; Yale School of Music; Music — Connecticut — New Haven; Composers — United States — Biography; Bibliographic references "List of original compositions by Dr.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David Stanley Smith, Gustav Jakob Stoeckel. 34 THE YALE UNIVERSITY THE JOHN HERRICK JACKSON MUSIC LIBRARY IN THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC LIBRARY of Music has existed at Yale for almost as long as a faculty has offered instruction Yale pioneer in music book music.

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Stoeckel: Yale Pioneer in Music (New Haven: Yale University Press, ) Gustav Jakob Stoeckel, Yale’s first music professor, was born in Maikammer, in southwestern Germany, in He was trained in music, and held positions as a high school principal and church organist. The Gustav Jakob Stoeckel Papers in the Irving S.

Gilmore Music Library of Yale University. Biographical / Historical Gustav Jakob Stoeckel (or Gustave Jacob Stoeckel, as his name was usually spelled in America) was born in Maikammer in the Bavarian Palatinate on November 9, He was educated in the Palatinate's two.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gustave Jakob Stoeckel (November 9, – ) was a longtime music instructor and college organist at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Smith, David Stanley, Gustave J.

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StoeckelFormat: Paperback. Gustave Jakob Stoeckel ( - ca. ) was a longtime music instructor and college organist at Yale University in New Haven, in Bavaria, Stoeckel came to the United States inand joined the University in when he was appointed organist of Yale College Chapel.

Yale University Catalogue Yale University Publications Yale University Catalogue, and theHigher Education Commons This Book is brought to you for free and open access by the Yale University Publications at EliScholar – A Digital Platform for Scholarly Publishing at GUSTAVE J. STOECKEL, Instructor in Vocal Music.

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Yale gave him the degree of Mus. in Dr. Stoeckel has published a collection of sacred music for mixed voices (New York, ), and “College Hymn-Book” for male voices (); besides compositions for the piano, songs, and overtures and symphonies for orchestra.

In Gustave Stoeckel (–), who had been a church musician in his native Germany, Yale acquired an energetic organist, choirmaster, and leader of the Beethoven Glee Club, the forerunner of Yale’s famed singing association. Stoeckel taught both in the College and in Yale Divinity School.

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Almost songs in this fine collection of standards from the Yale Glee Club, one of the earliest such singing groups in the country. Now in it's 16th edition the book includes many of the classic arrangements of Dr. Stoeckel, the great instigator of collegiate singing groups in the 19th century.

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STOECKEL.tus. Instructor in Vocal Music. 13i. The Yale Corporation then voted to separate the music program from Yale College in November of that year, and two cochairs succeeded Gustave Stoeckel. Samuel Simons Sanford, a pianist, was appointed professor of applied music, and Horatio Parker, an outstanding composer and church musician, was named Battell Professor of the Theory of Music.

munificence from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoeckel. Stoeckel is the eon of Dr. Gustave J. Stoeckel, formerly professor of music at Yale University. Mrs. Stoeckel is the daughter of Judge Battell, founder of the chair of music at Yale.

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Smith's. My wife’s great-aunt, Julia Flynn Tenney (–) was a student at Grove Hall Seminary in New Haven during – In Juneshe earned a music diploma from Yale from studies with Gustave J.

Stoeckel, Professor of Music. David Egloff ’59MS Susan Tenney Egloff ’60MS Oberlin, OH. [ PDF] - Harry Rowe Shelley (June 8, – Septem )[1] was an American composer, organist (church and concert), and professor of music.

Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Shelley studied with Gustave J. Stoeckel at Yale College, Dudley Buck, Max (Wilhelm Carl) Vogrich, and Antonín Dvořák in New York, and completed his musical education in London and Paris. According to his New.Harry Rowe Shelley (June 8, – Septem )[1] was an American composer, organist (church and concert), and professor of music.

Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Shelley studied with Gustave J. Stoeckel at Yale College, Dudley Buck, Max (Wilhelm Carl) Vogrich, and Antonín Dvořák in New York, and completed his musical education in London and Paris.Inthe Yale Corporation appointed Gustave Stoeckel to supervise the Collegesm sical activities; his duties would eventually include directing music in the Yale chapel and teaching non-credit courses.

A "Musical Department" was established in to provide formal academic instruction in music; Stoeckel.