Larry Peterson, Professor Emeritus, Music History and Literature
Professor Emeritus, Music History and Literature
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
In 1991, 1997 and 2000 Larry W. Peterson was cited in three
national publications for outstanding uses of technology in creative
work and teaching. He is also the recipient of the 1991 Masters Of
Innovation Award, second place, Zenith Data Systems, and in 1987 the
National Endowment for the Humanities funded his "Music and Technology"
seminar at Dartmouth College. Dr. Peterson has been a visiting scholar
at the following universities: University of Georgia, Appalachian State
University and Lancaster University in Great Britain. In 1986 Dr.
Peterson’s team won national awards for the University of Delaware's
Music Videodisc Series, including a Gold CINDY Award from Association of
Visual Communicators, and a University of Nebraska Merit Award. The
series was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Dr.
Peterson’s work is published by The American Institute of Musicology, The Journal of Bisexuality, Messiaen's Language of Mystical Love, The Journal of the Music Library Association, Musicus: Computer Applications in Music Education, The Choral Journal, MusDisc, Institute for Academic Technology, Institute for Academic Technology Briefings, ATMI Newsletter, NATS Bulletin (Journal of the National Association of Teachers of Singing), Music Educators National Conference, and Opera Index Series.
His multimedia programs to teach opera were shown on television twice.
Dr. Peterson was selected a Woodrow Wilson Scholar in 1971 and was the
faculty head of the Sexuality-Gender Program until his retirement. In
retirement, Dr. Peterson continues to teach an opera course (Musc103 or
104, SGST/WOMS 208 (Current Issues in Sexuality-Gender) or SGST/WOMS 301
His Professional Listings:American Keyboard Artists (1st ed.)Distinguished Church Musicians in the United States (1st ed., 1994)International Who's Who in Music (10th-13th eds.)International Who's Who in Music and Musicians Directory (12th ed.)Journal of Bisexuality, founding and current member of the BoardMen of Achievement (7th-16th eds.)Who's Who in America (48th ed.)Who's Who in American Education (1st-5th eds.)Who's Who in American Music (2nd ed.)Who's Who in Society (1987)Who's Who in the East (24th, 25th eds.)Who's Who in the World (12th ed., 1995-96)
MIT - Music Dictionary - Choral Music - Music Resources - CD NOW - Nortan Company Site for Analytical Materials
Music Education Search Site - Music Search Engine
Di Capo - Washington DC - New York City Opera - Baltimore Opera Company - Metropolitan Opera Company - Opera America - Academy of Vocal Arts - Opera Company of Philadelphia - Opera Delaware - Curtis Institute Opera, Philadelphia
Rainbow Chorale of Delaware - Primarily A Capella
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