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Magrath receives teaching award. (Items of Interest).

Jane Magrath, NCTM, professor of piano pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma School of Music, was named the 2001 Irene and Julian J. Rothbaum Presidential Professor of Excellence in the Arts.

Magrath, who was selected from among ten finalists in the College of Fine Arts, will receive an award of $7,500. She is a well-known clinician, performing pianist and author.

At the 2001 MTNA National Convention in Washington, D.C., Magrath was honored with the first MTNA Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award for her book The Pianist's Guide to Standard Teaching and Performance Literature.
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Publication:American Music Teacher
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Date:Feb 1, 2002
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