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Autobiography Harold Bradley
Three pages of Bradley's autobiographical manuscript. The document describes from his early education, undergraduate work, studies with Philipp, to the Bradley Institute for Music Education Research.
Description of Work at Bradley Institute
Typewritten notes on the work done at the Bradley Institute. The first part of the document discusses the work of Isidor Philipp and his early career. As the document continues, Bradley begins to discuss the kinds of ...
Musical Truth - A Heritage of Artistic Integrity
A handwritten document outlining the "story of the Bradley Organization" and "the story of the history of music teaching, which, for practical purposes, began with Frederic Chopin who deeded this legacy to his pupil Mathias, ...
Manuscript - "I began University at the age of Sixteen"
The manuscript focuses on the early University education of Harold Bradley. It discusses his time studying with Isidor Philipp and the many other influences in his early music education. He remarks on the connection ...
Manuscript - The Pre-School Age Child
The manuscript discusses the program offered at the Bradley Institute for young children. The manuscript reads: "The child comes into the world compounded of the softest, most malleable of materials physical, mental, and ...
Manuscript - For Parents "The Evil of Music Lessons"
A manuscript by Harold Bradley that discusses the types of musical education and focuses on the practice of having children take music lessons. For example, Bradley states "You do not want your child to be a musician. ...
Draft Pamphlet for Teachers
A draft copy of a pamphlet created for teachers. One portion of the draft reads "Within the music programs the teacher will see the work of psychologists, physiologists, scientists, psychiatrists and distinguished musicians, ...
The School Must Make Friends with the Public
(The School, Secondary Edition, Ontario College of Education, December 1943, p 290., 1943-12)
Bradley discusses the importance of educators meeting with community members (parents). He mentions that the opportunity to form a communicative relationship with families can begin in the first grade and that this is ...
Graduation Address to Niagara Falls Collegiate-Vocational Intitute, 1961
The address give by Harold Bradley to the graduating class of the Niagara Falls Collegiate-Vocational Institute in 1961. Also, there is an accompanying article which discusses the accomplishments of Bradley's lengthy career.