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1 Applying The Theory Of Linguistic Relativity To Music: An Initial Exploration
Caitlin Mannion; State University of New York at Potsdam, NY, U.S.A. Elvira Sanatullova-Allison; ST....
Language and music are essential facets of the human experience and, as such, are unique in being ubiquitous throughout cultures. This paper is a new attempt to apply the theory of linguistic relativi...
2 Assessment of musical knowledge from a life-world- phenomenological perspective– challenges of conceptualising and communication
Cecilia Ferm Thorgersen; School of Music Ingesund,
The article functions as a contribution to the current discussion about assessment that takes place in several educational settings, at several levels. In those contexts the idea of how different qual...
3 Callas: the conflict for Epidaurus
Georgia Kondyli; Department of Musical Technology and Acoustics Technological Educational Institute ...
The objective of this article is to explore situations that are intimately related to Callas' concerts in Epidaurus. Callas, who had left Greece in 1945 to go to the United States, and hadn't been bac...
4 Creativity in music education: Inspiring creative mediation in pedagogic practice
Pamela Burnard; Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge,
This paper explores the policy trajectories of‘creativity’ (less easily measurable and frequently working outside the mainstream curriculum) and‘performativity’ (easily measura...
5 Fostering Creative Thinking - What do Primary Teachers Recommend?
Panagiotis Kampylis; 1st Directorate of Primary Education - Athens, Greece Pertti Saariluoma; Univer...
Background: The fostering of creative thinking has become a key target for Greek primary education and for music education in particular. Creativity researchers have proposed numerous recommendations ...
6 Harmony and the Oneness of Opposites: Teaching Music Theory through Aesthetic Realism
Edward Green; Manhattan School of Music,
With examples from Bach, Chopin, Stravinsky, Ellington, and Monteverdi, this paper provides an answer to the question: "What is the best way to motivate students to learn music theory?" By relating it...
7 How young children teach us to teach– Steps towards an integrative Music Education
Markus Cslovjecsek,
The understanding of learning processes has been fundamentally changed by scientific conclusions of the psychology and the neurophysiology of learning. Learning is understood as a construction process...
8 Integrating the Arts: Educational Entrepreneurship in a School Setting
Liora Bresler; University of Illinois,
What qualities make for successful integration of the arts and the so-called core curriculum? Clearly, integration requires more than scheduling changes, and results in substantial learning well beyon...
9 Perspectives of music publishing in the twenty-first century: The death of the editor?
Christina Georgiou; Scientific Collaborator of the Department of Arts, European University Cyprus,
The article begins with an exploration of recent technological advances, such as the evolution of hardware/software, the digitization of literary material and the booming expansion of the world-wide-w...
10 Risks and prromises of ICT for Music Education
Jose Luis Arostegui; Music Education Department, University of Granada,
This article discusses about the conditions influencing the usage of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the music classroom. Peter Webster (2002) considers three circumstances all...