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Carole Joan Flatau, American editor.


Flatau, Carole Joan was born on January 21, 1935 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States. Daughter of John Fredrick Wilhelm and Dorothy Catherine A. (Eichstedt) Paulson.


Bachelor of Science, Valley City State College, 1960.


Secretary, Barnes County Extension Office, Valley City, North Dakota, 1952-1954; independent music teacher, Valley City, 1954-1985; publicity director, Glover Music Village, Suffolk, Virginia, 1984; director keyboard publications, Warner Brothers Publs. United States, Inc., Miami, Florida, since 1985. Freelance pianist, organist, Valley City, 1952-1985, Miami, since 1985.

Mem.nat. advising committee National Black Music Colloquim, Washington, 1979. Church musician, North Dakota, southern Florida, since 1954. Weekly columnist Valley City Times Record, since 1983.

Member Nova Singers.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals, composer numerous keyboard pieces, since 1985.


Officer Community Concert Association, Valley City, 1966-1985. Founder Bach Chorale Society, 1985. Member Republican Women, since 1956.

Member Miami Music Teachers Association (secretary 1986-1987, vice president 1987-1989), Florida State Music Teachers Association (chairman publicity committee 1987-1989), North Dakota Music Teachers Association, Federation Music Clubs, National Guild Piano Teachers, Music Teachers National Association (national executive board 1980-1984, national public relations chairman 1984-1988), National Conference on Piano Pedagogy (chair music liaison committee since 1988), International Kazoo Society of America (secretary).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, sewing, traveling, cooking.


Married Donald Edward Flatau, March 6, 1954. Children: Christine F. Meyers, Neil E., Carrie F. Kraft, Alan G.

John Fredrick Wilhelm Paulson

Dorothy Catherine A. (Eichstedt) Paulson

Donald Edward Flatau

Christine F. Meyers Flatau

Neil E. Flatau

Alan G. Flatau

Carrie F. Kraft Flatau