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The musical experience : rethinking music teaching and learning

Author: Janet R Barrett; Peter Richard Webster
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume addresses topics of change in music teaching and learning in the twenty-first century. Using the musical experiences that result from performance, composition, improvisation, and listening as a base, the authors provide new thinking about long-standing teaching practices.
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Additional Physical Format: Print:
Musical experience.
2014
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Janet R Barrett; Peter Richard Webster
ISBN: 9780199363063 0199363064
OCLC Number: 941534545
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Chapter 1: New Thinking for the Study of Music Teaching and Learning ; Janet R. Barrett and Peter R. Webster ; Section 1: Philosophy ; Chapter 2: Philosophical Musings: Reflections and Directions ; Betty Anne Younker ; Chapter 3: Escaping vs. Confronting Reality: Politics and Music Education in the Age of Entertainment ; Paul Woodford ; Section 2: Listening ; Chapter 4: Music Listening Vistas, Visions, and Vim ; Jody Kerchner ; Chapter 5: Life Music as a Beginning Point: Connecting with the Intuitive Listener ; Rob Dunn ; Chapter 6: Music Listening Spaces ; Carlos Xavier Rodriguez ; Section 3: Cultural Dimensions of Music Teaching and Learning ; Chapter 7: Finding Middle Ground: Music Education in Urban Settings ; Catherine Larsen ; Chapter 8: Framing Approaches to Multicultural Music Education in a Local Community ; Valerie Peters ; Chapter 9: Spaces for Student Voices: Composition in Schools and Issues of Social Justice ; Janice Smith ; Section 4: Creativity ; Chapter 10: Is a Virtual Composer in Residence an Oxymoron? ; Bruce Carter ; Chapter 11: Creative Application: A Way to Include Music Composition and Improvisation in a Comprehensive General Music Curriculum ; Lois Veenhoven Guderian ; Chapter 12: Fostering Creativity in the Performance Ensemble ; Kate Fitzpatrick ; Section 5: Evolving Roles ; Chapter 13: Reframing Leadership and the Musical Experience: The Conductor as Servant-Leader ; Ramona M. Wis ; Chapter 14: Reconsidering the Performing Ensemble Class and the Role of the Conductor/Teacher in Music Education ; David Zerull ; Section 6: Reconceptualizing Music Teacher Education ; Chapter 15: Preservice Music Teacher Education for the Conductor/Educator Role ; Margaret H. Berg ; Chapter 16: Music Education: Relevant and Meaningful ; David A. Williams ; Chapter 17: "No Actual Teaching": Expanding Preservice Music Teachers' Imaginaries of Teaching ; Teryl L. Dobbs ; Chapter 18: Building Bridges to Solve Puzzles: Strategic Curriculum Design in Music Teacher Education ; Michele Kaschub
Responsibility: Janet R. Barrett and Peter R. Webster.
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This book proposes a new concept - musical experience - as the most effective framework for navigating the shifting terrain of educational policy as it is applied to music education. It expands upon  Read more...

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