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|ISBN:||9780810876637 0810876639 9780810877368 0810877368|
|Description:||viii, 344 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part I: General tools. Appreciating the mix : teaching music listening skills through sound-mixing techniques / Benjamin Bierman ; Pod-logic : a guide to getting the most out of your iPod in the music classroom / Kathleen Kerstetter ; Global connections via YouTube : Internet video as a teaching and learning tool / Hope Munro Smith --
Part II: Teaching musicianship and music theory. Popular music in the college music theory class : rhythm and meter / Nancy Rosenberg ; Teaching traditional music theory with popular songs : pitch structures / Heather MacLachlan ; Using pop-culture tools to reinforce learning of basic music theory as transformations / James R. Hughes ; On the integration of aural skills and formal analysis through popular music / Keith Salley ; Musical representation in the video games Guitar hero and Rock band / Nicole Biamonte ; DDR at the crossroads : a report on a pilot study to integrate music video-game technology into the aural-skills classroom / Brent Auerbach, Bret Aarden, and Mathonwy Bostock ; Turntablism : a vehicle for connecting community and school music making and learning / Karen Snell --
Part III: Teaching music analysis and criticism. Using American Idol to introduce music criticism / James A. Grymes ; An analytic model for examining cover songs and their sources / Victoria Malawey ; Cotextuality in music video : covering and sampling in the Cover art video of "Umbrella" / Lori Burns, Tamar Dubuc, and Marc Lafrance ; Vocal practices and constructions of identity in rap : a case study of Young Jeezy's "Soul survivor" / Alyssa Woods ; Crunkology : teaching the southern hip-hop aesthetic / Ali Colleen Neff ; Mashup poetics as pedagogical practice / Wayne Marshall.
|Responsibility:||edited by Nicole Biamonte.|
As the cover implies, the essays in this collection address pop music from the 1930s to today, with a heavy emphasis on the roles of technology and the media...While the collection is directed more
- Music -- Instruction and study.
- Popular music -- Instruction and study.
- Popular culture -- Study and teaching.
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