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The child as musician : a handbook of musical development

Author: Gary McPherson
Publisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second edition, first published in paperbackView all editions and formats

The new edition of 'The Child as Musician' celebrates the richness and diversity of the many different ways in which children can engage in and interact with music. It presents theory - both cutting  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary McPherson
ISBN: 9780198817154 0198817150 9780198744443 0198744447
OCLC Number: 1019895456
Description: xxiii, 671 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, Notenbeispiele
Contents: Section 1: Development1: Richard Parncutt: Prenatal Development2: Sandra E. Trehub and Franziska Dege?: Reflections on Infants as Musical Connoisseurs3: Donald A. Hodges: The Child Musician's Brain4: Susan Hallam: Musicality5: Kathleen A. Corrigall and E. Glenn Schellenberg: Music cognition in childhood6: Jackie Wiggins: Musical Agency7: Adam Ockelford: The potential impact of autism on musical developmentSection 2: Engagement8: E. Glenn Schellenberg: Music and Nonmusical Abilities9: Janet Mills & Gary E. McPherson: Musical Literacy: Reading traditional clef notation10: Chris Philpott: Musical Literacy: Music as language11: Andrew Brown: Engaging in a sound musicianship12: Emery Schubert & Gary E. McPherson: Underlying Mechanisms and Processes in the Development of Emotion Perception in Music13: David J. Elliott & Marissa Silverman: Felt Experiences of Popular Musics14: Sharon G. Davis: Children, Popular Music, and Identity15: Paul Woodford: The Child as Music Critic16: David J. Hargreaves, Adrian C. North, & Mark Tarrant: How and why do musical preferences change in childhood and adolescence?Section 3: Differences17: Paul Evans: Motivation18: Gary E. McPherson & Aaron Williamon: Building gifts into musical talents19: Judith A. Jellison: Inclusive Music Classrooms: A Universal Approach20: Costanza Preti & Katrina S. McFerran: Music and Wellbeing during Illness21: Katrina S. McFerran: Adolescent Music Is Not ProblematicSection 4: Skills22: Gary E. McPherson, Jane W. Davidson and Paul Evans: Playing an instrument23: Margaret Sarah Osborne: Building performance confidence24: Graham Welch: Singing and vocal development25: Kathryn Marsh & Susan Young: Musical play26: Pamela Burnard and Hsu-Chan Kuo: The Individual and Social Worlds of Children's Musical Creativities27: Peter Webster: Computer-Based TechnologySection 5: Contexts28: Gordon Cox: Historical Perspectives29: Frank Abrahams & Daniel Abrahams: Child as Musical Apprentice30: Patricia Shehan Campbell: Global Practices31: Alexandra Kertz-Welzel: Transcultural Childhoods32: Lee Higgins: My Voice is Important Too: Non-formal Music Experiences and Young People33: Susan A. O'Neill: Transformative Music Engagement and Musical Flourishing34: Jane W. Davidson & Robert Faulkner: The transition from adolescent to adult music learner35: Stephanie E. Pitts: Fostering lifelong engagement in music
Responsibility: edited by Gary E. McPherson.
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