Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 1

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Gary E. McPherson
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Oxford Handbooks
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Music education takes place in many contexts, both formal and informal. Be it in a school or music studio, while making music with friends or family, or even while travelling in a car, walking through a shopping mall or watching television, our myriad sonic experiences accumulate from the earliest months of life to foster our facility for making sense of the sound worlds in which we live. The Oxford Handbook of Music Education offers a comprehensive overview of the many facets of musical experience, behavior and development in relation to this diverse variety of contexts. In this first of two volumes, an international list of contributors discuss a range of key issues and concepts associated with music learning and teaching. The volume then focuses on these processes as they take place during childhood, from infancy through adolescence and primarily in the school-age years. Exploring how children across the globe learn and make music and the skills and attributes gained when they do so, these chapters examine the means through which music educators can best meet young people's musical needs. The second volume of the set brings the exploration beyond the classroom and into later life. Whether they are used individually or in tandem, the two volumes of The Oxford Handbook of Music Education update and redefine the discipline, and show how individuals across the world learn, enjoy and share the power and uniqueness of music.
Music education takes place in many contexts, both formal and informal. Be it in a school or music studio, while making music with friends or family, or even while travelling in a car, walking through a shopping mall or watching television, our myriad sonic experiences accumulate from the earliest months of life to foster our facility for making sense of the sound worlds in which we live. The Oxford Handbook of Music Education offers a comprehensive overview of the many facets of musical experience, behavior and development in relation to this diverse variety of contexts. In this first of two volumes, an international list of contributors discuss a range of key issues and concepts associated with music learning and teaching. The volume then focuses on these processes as they take place during childhood, from infancy through adolescence and primarily in the school-age years. Exploring how children across the globe learn and make music and the skills and attributes gained when they do so, these chapters examine the means through which music educators can best meet young people's musical needs. The second volume of the set brings the exploration beyond the classroom and into later life. Whether they are used individually or in tandem, the two volumes of The Oxford Handbook of Music Education update and redefine the discipline, and show how individuals across the world learn, enjoy and share the power and uniqueness of music.
Handbook Preface

Acknowledgments

External referees


Section 1: Music education and the role of music in people's lives
Section Editor: Graham F. Welch and Gary E. McPherson

Chapter 1: introduction and commentary: Music education and the role of music in people's lives
Graham F. Welch and Gary E. McPherson

Chapter 2: Music's place in education
Wayne Bowman

Chapter 3: International perspectives
Marie McCarthy

Chapter 4: A philosophy of music education
David J. Elliott

Chapter 5: Cultural diversity: Beyond 'songs from every land'
Huib Schippers and Patricia Shehan Campbell

Chapter 6: Some contributions of ethnomusicology
Bruno Nettl

Chapter 7: Musical identities mediate musical development
David J. Hargreaves, Raymond MacDonald and Dorothy Miell

Chapter 8: Supporting motivation in music education
Authors: James M. Renwick and Johnmarshall Reeve

Chapter 9: Becoming a music learner: Towards a theory of transformative music engagement
Susan A. O'Neill

Chapter 10: Initiating music programs in new contexts: In search of a democratic music education
Graça Mota and Sérgio Figueiredo

Chapter 11: Implications of neurosciences and brain research for music teaching and learning
Donald Hodges and Wilfried Gruhn


Section 2: Music learning and teaching in infancy and early childhood
Section Editor: Margaret Barrett

Chapter 12: Commentary: Music learning and teaching in infancy and early childhood
Margaret S. Barrett

Chapter 13: Musical lives of infants
Mayumi Adachi (Japan) and Sandra E. Trehub
Chapter 14: Musicality and musical culture: Sharing narratives of sound from early childhood
Colwyn Trevarthen and Stephen Malloch

Chapter 15: Music and language in early childhood development and learning
Lily Chen-Hafteck and Esther Mang

Chapter 16: Musical participation from birth to three: Towards a global perspective
Susan Young and Beatriz Ilari

Chapter 16: Creative meaning-making in infants' and young children's musical cultures
Margaret S. Barrett and Johannella Tafuri


Section 3: Music learning and teaching during childhood: Ages 5-12
Section Editor: Kathryn Marsh

Chapter 17: Commentary: Music learning and teaching during childhood: Ages 5-12
Kathryn Marsh

Chapter 18: Children's ways of learning inside and outside the classroom
Eve Harwood and Kathryn Marsh

Chapter 19: Creating in music learning contexts
Jackie Wiggins and Magne Espeland

Chapter 20: Meaningful connections in a comprehensive approach to the music curriculum
Janet R. Barrett and Kari K. Veblen

Chapter 21: Multiple worlds of childhood: Culture and the classroom
Chee-Hoo Lum and Kathryn Marsh

Chapter 22: Music education in the generalist classroom
Neryl Jeanneret and George DeGraffenreid

Chapter 23: Instrumental ensemble learning and performance in primary school
Sharon G. Davis (USA)


Section 4: Music learning and teaching during adolescence: Ages 12-18
Section Editor: Oscar Odena and Gary Spruce

Chapter 24: Commentary: Music learning and teaching during adolescence: Ages 12-18
Gary Spruce and Oscar Odena

Chapter 25: Teaching, learning and curriculum content
Chris Philpott and Ruth Wright

Chapter 26: Youth culture and secondary education
Randall Everett Allsup, Heidi Westerlund and Eric Shieh

Chapter 27: Assessment in the secondary music classroom
Martin Fautley and Richard Colwell

Chapter 28: The community music facilitator and school music education
Lee Higgins and Brydie-Leigh Bartleet

Chapter 29: Creativity in the secondary music classroom
Oscar Odena

Chapter 30: Technology in the lives and schools of adolescents
S. Alex Ruthmann and Steven C. Dillon



Section 5: Vocal and Choral Music
Section Editor: John Nix

Chapter 31: Commentary: Vocal and choral music
John Nix

Chapter 32: Solo voice pedagogy
Jean Callaghan, Shirlee Emmons and Lisa Popeil

Chapter 33: Group and ensemble vocal music
Sten Ternström, Harald Jers and John Nix

Chapter 34: The young singer
Ken Phillips , Jenevora Williams and Robert Edwin

Chapter 35: The older singer
Robert T. Sataloff and Jane Davidson

Chapter 36: Voice health and vocal education
John Nix and Nelson Roy


Section 6: Instrumental Music
Section Editor - Susan Hallam

Chapter 37: Commentary: Instrumental music
Susan Hallam

Chapter 38: Processes of instrumental learning: The development of musical expertise
Susan Hallam and Alfredo Bautista

Chapter 39: Practice
Andreas C. Lehmann and Harald Jorgensen

Chapter 40: The changing face of individual instrumental tuition: Value, purpose and potential
Andrea Creech and Helena Gaunt

Chapter 41: Building musicianship in the instrumental classroom
Robert A. Duke and James L. Byo

Chapter 42: Psychological and physiological aspects of learning to perform
Ioulia Papageorgi and Reinhard Kopiez

Chapter 43: Musical instrument learning, music ensembles, and musicianship in a global and digital age
Frederick Seddon and Michael Webb

Chapter 44: The role of bodily movement in learning and performing music: Applications for education
Jane Davidson


Section 7: Ensembles
Section Editor - Jere T. Humphreys

Chapter 45: Commentary: Ensembles
Jere T. Humphreys

Chapter 46: The sociology and policy of ensembles
John W. Richmond

Chapter 47: North American school ensembles
William R. Lee with Michael D. Worthy

Chapter 48: Once from the top: Reframing the role of the conductor in ensemble teaching
Steven J. Morrison and Steven M. Demorest

Chapter 49: Community music ensembles
Don Coffman and Lee Higgins

Chapter 50: Youth orchestras
Margaret Kartomi

Chapter 51: Popular music ensembles
Carlos Xavier Rodriguez

Chapter 52: Pathways to learning and teaching Indigenous and World Music ensembles
Robert Burke and Sam Evans
Music education takes place in many contexts, both formal and informal. Be it in a school or music studio, while making music with friends or family, or even while travelling in a car, walking through a shopping mall or watching television, our myriad sonic experiences accumulate from the earliest months of life to foster our facility for making sense of the sound worlds in which we live. The Oxford Handbook of Music Education offers a comprehensive overview of the many facets of musical experience, behavior and development in relation to this diverse variety of contexts. In this first of two volumes, an international list of contributors discuss a range of key issues and concepts associated with music learning and teaching. The volume then focuses on these processes as they take place during childhood, from infancy through adolescence and primarily in the school-age years. Exploring how children across the globe learn and make music and the skills and attributes gained when they do so, these chapters examine the means through which music educators can best meet young people's musical needs. The second volume of the set brings the exploration beyond the classroom and into later life. Whether they are used individually or in tandem, the two volumes of The Oxford Handbook of Music Education update and redefine the discipline, and show how individuals across the world learn, enjoy and share the power and uniqueness of music.

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