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NOTES
1 John Alaskan, 'CMC Has a Story,' Music across Canada, vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1963), 10.
2 The MEAs of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia have all undertaken commissioning projects.
3 The Performing Rights Organization of Canada (PROCAN) and the Composers, Authors and Publishers Association of Canada (CAPAC), prior to their amalgamation into the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN), each produced promotional material.
4 Curriculum documents at times are issued in publications that include all the program guidelines for a certain grade level or even several grade levels. The document then may be designed so that each section is complete in itself as a description of objectives, instructional techniques, and resources for a specific subject area. Such a publication can be described as an omnibus curriculum document. Prince Edward Island's A Style for Every Child is an example of an omnibus document. We analysed each of the three music sections of this document as a distinct curriculum, and enumerated each section separately in our analysis.
5 CMERC is a network of music education researchers from across Canada. Established in 1989, it is located at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. The Music Education Data Project was begun by Lee Bartel and Patricia Shand
in 1988 with financial support from the Institute for Canadian Music at the University of Toronto. The music curriculum document content analysis research described in this article is one of the main investigations of the Music Education Data Project, now under the auspices of CMERC.
6 We gratefully acknowledge the contributions made by David Melhorn-Boe, Angela Jones, Esther Leung, Bram Abramson, and students in the undergraduate and graduate classes in music education research during the 1990 fall term.
7 This number must be qualified by the fact that this document was issued for the province's anglophone school boards.
8 'Canadian Music for Education,' Music across Canada, vol. 1, no. 4 (May 1963), 12.


BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Music Curriculum Documents Published by Provincial Ministries and Departments of Education

Alberta Department of Education

Junior High School Curriculum Guide: Choral Music, 1988.
Junior High School Curriculum Guide: General Music, 1988.
Junior High School Curriculum Guide: Instrumental Music, 1988.

British Columbia Ministry of Education
Elementary Fine Arts: Curriculum Guide/Resource Book, 1985.
Secondary Music (8-12): A Guide/Resource Book for Teachers, 1980.

Manitoba Department of Education

High School Choral Repertoire List: Supplement to the Music 105, 205, 305
(Choral) Interim Guide, 198?
Music 105, 205, 305 (Band) Interim Guide, 1983. Music 105, 205, 305 (Choral) Interim Guide, 1983.
Music 105, 205, 305 (Guitar) Interim Guide, 1983. Music. 105, 205, 305 (Strings/Orchestra) Interim Guide, 1983.

New Brunswick Department of Education
Music for All: A Curriculum Guide for Elementary Music Education, Grades I-VI, 1984.

Newfoundland Department of Education
Choral Performance 1103, 2103, 3103, 1983.
Choral Performance 1203, 2103, 3203 Appendix D: Evaluation Guidelines, 1984.
Elementary Music: Curriculum and Teaching Guide, 1985.
Games and Movement for Newfoundland Primary Schools: A Supplement to the Primary Music Guide, 1983.
A Guide for Aural Training: The Exploration of Rhythm, Intervals, Melody and Harmony, 1982.
Instrumental Performance 1104, 2104, 3104, 1983.
Intermediate Music: Curriculum and Teaching Guide, 1988.
Music 1200, 1982.
Music 2100: Theory and Aural Training, 1982.
Music History 2101, 1982. Music History 3102, 1982. Primary Music: A Teaching Guide, 1983.

Nova Scotia Department of Education
Music 5 to 9, 1980.

Ontario Ministry of Education
Curriculum Guideline — Music — Intermediate and Senior Divisions, 1990.
Music is Special, Children are Special, 1981.
Music, Senior Division: Curriculum Ideas for Teachers, 1983.

Prince Edward Island Department of Education
A Style for Every Child: Program of Studies and Related Information for Schools of PEI, 1986.

Quebec Department of Education
Curriculum Guide — Secondary School Music, 1986.
Elementary School Curriculum: Art (Drama, Visual Art, Dance, Music), 1985.
Elementary School Curriculum Guide: Music, First Cycle, 1985.
Elementary School Curriculum Guide: Music, Second Cycle, 1985.
Guide pedagogique, Primaire: Musicjue, ter cycle, 1982.
Guide pedagogique, Primaire: Musicjue, 2e cycle, 1982.
Guide pedagogique, Secondaire: Musique, 1983.
Programme d'études, Primaire: Art (Art dramatique, arts plasticjues, danse, musicjue), 1981.
Programme d'etudes, Secondaire: Musicjue, 1981.
Secondary School Curriculum: Music, 1984.

Saskatchewan Department of Education
Curriculum Guide for Division II, Year i (Grade 4), 1981.
Curriculum Guide for Division II, Year 2 (Grade 5), 1981.

2. Other Books and Articles

Adaskin, John. 'CMC Has a Story,' Music across Canada, vol. i, no. (Feb. 1963),8-10.
Brown, Glen. 'The John Adaskin Project — A History,' The Recorder, vol. 29, no. 4 (June 1987), 151-160.
Canadian Music Centre. Report on the John Adaskin Project Policy Conference. Toronto, 1968.
'The John Adaskin Project: Towards New Music in Education,' Canadian Composer, 23 (Nov. 1967).
Orr, Colleen. 'John Adaskin Project: A History and Evaluation,' unpublished thesis, U of Western Ontario, 1977.
[Schafer, R. Murray], 'Canadian Music for Education,' Music across Canada, vol. 1,
no. 4 (May 1963), 10-12.
Shand, Patricia. 'The Composer in the Classroom,' Musicanada, no. 39 (June 1979), 18-19.
Shand, Patricia. 'In Search of Our Own Music,' The Canadian Music Educator, vol. 17 (Winter 1976), 7 ff.
Shand, Patricia. 'The John Adaskin Project (Canadian Music for Schools),' The Canadian Music Educator, vol. 27, no. 3 (March 1986), 33-9.