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Free To Be Musical

Author : Lee Higgins, president-elect, International Society for Music Education
ISBN : 9781607094999
Genre : Education
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Free to Be Musical: Group Improvisation in Music is for those who lead musical experiences in the lives of children, youth, and adults. Offering a set of experiences to inspire creative musical expression, this book will prove useful for music education majors, practicing music teachers, community musicians, and music therapists alike.

Free Improvisation A Practical Guide

Author : Tom Hall
ISBN : 9781483518381
Genre : Music
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Improvisation is a big part of our daily lives, essential to the things we love to do and the music we love to hear. Improvising together seems natural when we’re playing a game or having a conversation, yet improvising music together is often viewed as mysterious and forbidding. Free Improvisation: A Practical Guide provides a practical way for any group of people, no matter what their style of music or level of musicianship, to learn about improvising together. With over 100 improvisational exercises and invaluable instructional tips, this book is an essential tool for every musician, teacher, or music lover.

Musikp Dagogik Und Heterogenit T

Author : Jürgen Vogt
ISBN : 9783643113115
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Improvisation And Music Education

Author : Ajay Heble
ISBN : 9781317569930
Genre : Music
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This book offers compelling new perspectives on the revolutionary potential of improvisation pedagogy. Bringing together contributions from leading musicians, scholars, and teachers from around the world, the volume articulates how improvisation can breathe new life into old curricula; how it can help teachers and students to communicate more effectively; how it can break down damaging ideological boundaries between classrooms and communities; and how it can help students become more thoughtful, engaged, and activist global citizens. In the last two decades, a growing number of music educators, music education researchers, musicologists, cultural theorists, creative practitioners, and ethnomusicologists have suggested that a greater emphasis on improvisation in music performance, history, and theory classes offers enormous potential for pedagogical enrichment. This book will help educators realize that potential by exploring improvisation along a variety of trajectories. Essays offer readers both theoretical explorations of improvisation and music education from a wide array of vantage points, and practical explanations of how the theory can be implemented in real situations in communities and classrooms. It will therefore be of interest to teachers and students in numerous modes of pedagogy and fields of study, as well as students and faculty in the academic fields of music education, jazz studies, ethnomusicology, musicology, cultural studies, and popular culture studies.

Teaching Music Creatively

Author : Pamela Burnard
ISBN : 9781317285588
Genre : Education
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Fully updated in light of the latest research and practice in primary education, Teaching Music Creatively offers all teachers a comprehensive understanding of how to develop, deliver and enjoy a creative music curriculum. It is inspired by the belief that all those concerned with primary education have a deep interest in creativity and supports teachers in developing the confidence to teach and celebrate creative music teaching throughout school. With groundbreaking contributions from international experts in the field, it offers well-tested strategies for developing children’s musical creativity, knowledge, skills and understanding. This edition includes a brand new chapter on teaching interculturally, showing how children can reach their full creative potential and not be constrained by cultural stereotyping. Key topics covered include: ■ Creative teaching, and what it means to teach creatively ■ Composition, listening and notation ■ Spontaneous music-making ■ Group music and performance ■ The use of multimedia ■ Integration of music into the wider curriculum ■ Musical play ■ Assessment and planning. Teaching Music Creatively is packed with practical, innovative ideas for teaching music in a lively and imaginative way, together with the theory and background necessary to develop a comprehensive understanding of creative teaching methods. It is an invaluable resource for all those training to become primary school teachers, as well as practicing teachers looking for support and inspiration and undergraduate students of music and education.

Promising Practices In 21st Century Music Teacher Education

Author : Michele Kaschub
ISBN : 9780190206154
Genre : Music
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This book surveys emerging music and education landscapes to present a sampling of the promising practices of music teacher education that may serve as new models for the 21st century. Contributors explore the delicate balance between curriculum and pedagogy, the power structures that influence music education at all levels, the role of contemporary musical practices in teacher education, and the communication challenges that surround institutional change. Models of programs that feature in-school, out-of-school and beyond school contexts, lifespan learning perspectives, active juxtapositions of formal and informal approaches to teaching and learning, student-driven project-based fieldwork, and the purposeful employment of technology and digital media as platforms for authentic music engagement within a contemporary participatory culture are all offered as springboards for innovative practice.

Free Jazz And Free Improvisation

Author : Todd S. Jenkins
ISBN : 0313333130
Genre : Free jazz
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Community Music

Author : Lee Higgins
ISBN : 9780199777839
Genre : Music
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In Community Music: In Theory and in Practice, Lee Higgins investigates an interventional approach to music making outside of formal teaching and learning situations. Working with historical, ethnographic, and theoretical research, Higgins provides a rich resource for those who practice, advocate, teach, or study community music, music education, music therapy, ethnomusicology, and community cultural development.

Into The Maelstrom Music Improvisation And The Dream Of Freedom

Author : David Toop
ISBN : 9781441183705
Genre : Music
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In this first installment of acclaimed music writer David Toop's interdisciplinary and sweeping overview of free improvisation, Into the Maelstrom: Music, Improvisation and the Dream of Freedom: Before 1970 introduces the philosophy and practice of improvisation (both musical and otherwise) within the historical context of the post-World War II era. Neither strictly chronological, or exclusively a history, Into the Maelstrom investigates a wide range of improvisational tendencies: from surrealist automatism to stream-of-consciousness in literature and vocalization; from the free music of Percy Grainger to the free improvising groups emerging out of the early 1960s (Group Ongaku, Nuova Consonanza, MEV, AMM, the Spontaneous Music Ensemble); and from free jazz to the strands of free improvisation that sought to distance itself from jazz. In exploring the diverse ways in which spontaneity became a core value in the early twentieth century as well as free improvisation's connection to both 1960s rock (The Beatles, Cream, Pink Floyd) and the era of post-Cagean indeterminacy in composition, Toop provides a definitive and all-encompassing exploration of free improvisation up to 1970, ending with the late 1960s international developments of free music from Roscoe Mitchell in Chicago, Peter Brötzmann in Berlin and Han Bennink and Misha Mengelberg in Amsterdam.

Creative Music Making

Author : William L. Cahn
ISBN : 0415972817
Genre : Music
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Creative Music Making is designed to develop musicianship through free improvisation. Most music education programs are technique-oriented (teaching how to play an instrument) and grade-driven (how well does a student perform). Creative Music Making focuses on the creative development of musicians from all levels of experience and in all styles of music. The included audio CD gives specific classroom examples of improvisation exercises, and will aid in the understanding and implementation of a similar program. A complete syllabus is also included for a college course in creative music. Creative Music Making could serve as a text for college courses in improvisation, instrumental or vocal pedagogy, elementary and secondary music-education methods, or any performance class. Cahn demystifies the concept of creativity so that anyone should feel capable of making music. In a clear and logical way, Cahn outlines the process of teaching creativity, giving step-by-step lesson plans that can be adopted by either the teacher in a classroom setting or the performer (for self-instruction). He addresses questions that arise during the process, and gives practical guidance for the leader of a group of beginning improvisers in implementing the program. The included audio CD gives specific classroom examples of improvisation exercises, and will aid in the understanding and implementation of a similar program.

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