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Questioning the music education paradigm

Author: Lee Roy Bartel
Publisher: Waterloo, ON : Canadian Music Educators' Association, 2004.
Series: Research to practice, 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A psychologically-driven interpretation of Wagner's opera, which presents the entire story as a hallucination on the part of Senta, a young woman with mental problems.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Roy Bartel
ISBN: 0920630901 9780920630907
OCLC Number: 56419096
Credits: Set design, Peter Sykora ; video director, Brian Large ; artistic supervision, Wolfgang Wagner.
Performer(s): Lisbeth Balslev, Anny Schlemm, Matti Salminen, Robert Schunk, Graham Clark, Simon Estes ; Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus ; Woldemar Nelsson, conductor.
Description: xvi, 299 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm.
Contents: Section 1. Questioning how we teach. They are not a blank score / Jennifer Buller Peters --
What kind of social climate do we create in our music classrooms? / Linda Cameron & Katie Carlisle --
From dilemmas to experience : shaping the conditions of learning / Lee Bartel & Linda Cameron --
Put the "play" back in music education / Mary Kennedy --
Music for life : contaminated by peaceful feelings / Latharine Smithrim & Rena Upitis.
Series Title: Research to practice, 2.
Responsibility: Lee R. Bartel, editor ; dedicatory foreword by Charles Leonhard.
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A psychologically-driven interpretation of Wagner's opera, which presents the entire story as a hallucination on the part of Senta, a young woman with mental problems.

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