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Robert Stone Tangeman

Robert Stone Tangeman, American educator. Member American, International musicological societies, College Music Society, Renaissance Society American; Club: Harvard (New York City).

Background

  • Tangeman, Robert Stone was born on May 20, 1910 in New Bremen, Ohio, United States. Son of Theodore Herman and Maude Ethel (Stone) Tangeman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude, Harvard, 1932, Master of Arts, 1933, Doctor of Philosophy., 1947. Student Ecole Normale de Musique, Paris, 1933-1934. Studied with Nadia Boulanger.

    Career

    • 1 son, John Theodore. Instructor music Ohio State University, 1934-1938. Assistant professor music Indiana U., 1938-1945.

      Teaching fellow music Harvard, also Radcliffe College, 1945-1946. Head musicology Juilliard School Music, 1946-1952, faculty Town Hall adult education courses, 1949-511. Lecturer music Union Theol Seminary, 1950-1952, associate professor, 1953-1958, Harkness professor sacred music, since 1958, acting director School Sacred Music, 1960-1961, director graduate studies School Sacred Music, since 1961.

      Director New York Pro Musica, since 1962.

    Works

    • Contributor articles professional publications.

    Membership

    Member American, International musicological societies, College Music Society, Renaissance Society American. Club: Harvard (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Clementine Miller, November 22, 1951.
    • father: Theodore Herman Tangeman
    • mother: Maude Ethel (Stone) Tangeman
    • spouse: Clementine Miller
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    Born March 20, 1910
    Died September 25, 1964
    (aged 54)
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