The Origins And Foundations Of Music Education

Author: Gordon Cox
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441155937
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This landmark collection explores the origins and foundations of music education across five continents and considers: • the inclusion of music as part of the compulsory school curriculum in the context of the historical and political ...

Chances And Choices

Author: Stephanie Pitts
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019998669X
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Living music in schools 1923–1999. Aldershot: Ashgate. ——— (1999).
Secondary school music teachers talking. Music Education Research, 1 (1), 37–
46. Cox, G., & Stevens, R. (Eds.) (2010). The origins and foundations of music
education: crosscultural historical studies of music in compulsory schooling. New
York: Continuum. Crafts, S. D., Cavicchi, D., Keil, C., & the Music in Daily Life
Project (1993). My music. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.
Creech, A. (2010a).

Activating Diverse Musical Creativities

Author: Pamela Burnard
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472589130
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Teaching and Learning in Higher Music Education Pamela Burnard, Elizabeth
Haddon. Also available from Bloomsbury Master Class in Music Education,
edited by John Finney and Felicity Laurence Music Education with Digital
Technology, edited by John Finney and Pamela Burnard The Origins and
Foundations of Music Education, edited by Gordon Cox and Robin Stevens
Activating Diverse Musical Creativities Teaching and Learning in Higher Music
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Foundations Of Music Education

Author: Harold F. Abeles
Publisher: Schirmer
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The National Association of Schools of Music included in its Proceedings of the
49th Annual Meeting, published in March 1974, an article by Gretchen
Hieronymus, "Competency-Based Programs in Teacher Education" (p. 78). An
overview can be found in "An Analysis of the Origins of Competency-Based
Teacher Education," a doctoral dissertation by Gordon R. Meek that was
reviewed by Michael Mark in the Fall 1981 Bulletin of the Council for Research in
Music Education (p. 69).

Masterclass In Music Education

Author: John Finney
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441188606
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Music Education Cox, G. and Stevens, R. (eds) (2010), The Origins and
Foundations ofMusic Education: Cross-CulturalHistorical Studies ofMusic in
Compulsory Schooling. London: Continuum. Finney, I. and Burnard, P. (eds) (
2010),Music Education with Digital Technology. London: Continuum. Green, L. (
2008), Music, Informal Learning and the School: A New Classroom Pedagogy.
Aldershot: Ashgate. Hallam, S. and Creech, A. (eds) (2010), Music Education in
the ZIst Century in the ...

Ideologies Of Music Education

Author: James Scott Goble
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From their analyses of these samples of "primitive" music, they developed
theories about the evolution and the common aesthetic foundations of music. ... to
please females), the human being likewise becomes a singer under the stress of
sexual excitation.2 Another theory was that music and speech are the expression
of two "allied orders of feeling" both of which "find voice" through the same
muscular apparatus.3 Stumpf theorized that music had its origins in other human
activities; ...

Foundations And Frontiers Of Music Education

Author: Max Kaplan
Publisher: New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston
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All six of the nominees for the Music Education Research Council are on
university faculties.9 The university's relation to the professional world has
developed especially rapidly since World War II. Even before then, the exodus of
... of democratic, industrial America. The origins of the conservatory as a type of
trade school have been summarized by Willis Wager.10 They immediately
suggest that the roles for its teachers are clearly distinct from those of the
contemporary public school.