These written documents remind me that Dr. Turrentine’s scholarship led to strong teaching. He had a keen ability to combine his knowledge of general and music history, music education pedagogy, research techniques and “real life” in each of his courses. These last two elements were especially evident in his graduate bibliography course, taught before the advent of the Internet, and are among the chief memories held by several generations of his former students.
"Notes from the Editor,"
Research & Issues in Music Education: Vol. 8
, Article 1.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/rime/vol8/iss1/1