中图分类号：J609.2 文献标识码：A DOI：10.3969/j.issn1003-7721.2013.01.000
St. Mary’s Hall and Music Education of “Christian Woman”
Abstract: The St. Mary’s Hall was founded in Shanghai in the end of nineteenth century. The purpose of the American Episcopal Church established St. Mary’s Hall was that to “train qualified Christian woman”, thus to set up the music section including the courses of instrument and singing in the school according to the original intention of running school. Based on clarifying the school music educational activities and combining the development course of the music society in the school, the article further explained, analyzed its music education playing an important role in the process of the Western music had come into the China and music exchange between China and Western in the early 20th century, as well as its contribution to the Chinese women’s music education.
Key Words: St. Mary’s Hall (1881~1952), music section, music society, women’s music education