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Arts-Based Educational Research in Community Music  

Peter Gouzouasis and Danny Bakan

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Apr 2018
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Feb 2018
This chapter, written creatively as a scripted conversation between a professor and a doctoral student, asks how researchers might study music-making in a plethora of community music ... More

Becoming a Community Musician: A Situated Approach to Curriculum, Content, and Assessment  

Dave Camlin and Katherine Zesersen

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Apr 2018
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Feb 2018
In this chapter, we outline an approach to training in community music that is congruent with its pluralistic and diverse character. From the situated perspective of Sage Gateshead, a ... More

Community Music in Higher Education  

Lee Willingham and Glen Carruthers

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Apr 2018
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Feb 2018
The establishment of community music courses and degree programs in universities gives rise to discourse about the fundamental principles of community music. Can community music flourish ... More

Community Music Practice: Intervention through Facilitation  

Gillian Howell, Lee Higgins, and Brydie-Leigh Bartleet

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Feb 2017
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Jan 2017
Many people have become disengaged from music making owing to the commercialization and commodification of music practices. This chapter examines a distinctive response to that ... More

Entering into an Indigenous Cypher: Indigenous Music-Dance Making Sings to Western Leisure  

Karen Fox

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Feb 2017
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Jan 2017
Although music-dance making would seem, intuitively, to be part of leisure studies, music and dance very seldom appear beyond the simple form of “activity” and rarely as music-dance ... More

Inclusive Popular Music Education?  

Alexis A. Kallio and Lauri Vakeva

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Sep 2017
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Jul 2017
This chapter surveys the history of popular music education in Nordic countries and explores scenarios for possible interpretations, resulting in a rich and informed critique of the field. ... More

Leisure Grooves: An Open Letter to Charles Keil  

Roger Mantie

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Feb 2017
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Jan 2017
Charles Keil enjoyed a long and illustrious self-styled career as an activist, musician, educator, and “applied sociomusicologist.” His many investigations included urban blues music, the ... More

A University Commitment to Collaborations with Local Musical Communities  

Patricia Shehan Campbell and Shannon Dudley

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Apr 2018
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Feb 2018
Working from the premise that the study of music in a hermetic academic environment is no longer a viable model, and that university music programmes must connect to the vibrant musical ... More

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