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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

  • Other Work

    • 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