influence of choral works by Canadian women on senior female secondary students in Ontario

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Choral music -- Instruction and study -- Ontario., Women composers -- Canada., Sex discrimination against women -- Ontario., Sexism in education -- Ontario., Composition (Music) -- Instruction and study -- Ontario., Student aspirations -- Ontario., Women -- Education (Secondary) -- Ont
Statementby Mary Annette Cousens.
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ISBN 100612291537

Choral Music Composed by Influence of choral works by Canadian women on senior female secondary students in Ontario book Women A project curated by Choir Alberta. View the featured composers. Learn more about the project. Make a donation. This website is a project of Choir Alberta intended to showcase the choral music composed and arranged by 30 Canadian women.

It is designed to serve as a resource for conductors and music. Ontario artists, and fifty-one percent of cultural workers in Ontario, are female. This is slightly. higher. than the total population of Ontario of % female, % male.

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Eighty-one percent of the members of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) are women and, in many ways, the history of women teachers reflects the struggles of all Canadian women. Women in the paid workforce face challenges. They get pregnant. They do more work at home including child care and elder care.

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The story of female composers of choral music begins just before the dawn of the Baroque era, when a lone madrigalist and a handful of ambitious nuns began creating the first polyphonic secular and sacred music written by women. Women Composers of Choral Music before Although there is evidence of compositional activity by women in the.

Bywomen had tipped the scale and become the majority, and the gap has been widening ever since. Females accounted for about three quarters of the growth in enrolment during the '80s and '90s. (A nearly identical shift has taken place in the United States.) Today, 59 per cent of Canadian undergrads are women.

By Ricky O’Bannon [email protected] According to a survey of the 22 largest American orchestras, women composers accounted for only percent of the total pieces performed in the concert season. Perhaps more worrying, however, is that women composers only accounted for percent of performances of works by those living composers who are writing the pieces that may.

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