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date: 18 February 2020

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This chapter brings forth the ideas of savoring, commodification, and learning within a multimedia, multiarts environment as food for thought for music educators working toward engaging learners in the technological space of music. First, the chapter presents the concept of savoring, with attention to the development of aesthetic experiences by critically scaffolding and facilitating musical activities for digital learners and engaging them musically amid their growing hunger for technological music commodities. Second, it recommends paying attention to popular music and glocalized representations and being cognizant of marginalized musical cultural voices because of the proliferation of commodified musics. Third, it discusses the provision for multimedia and multiarts experiences and activities within the music classroom.

Keywords: savoring, commodification, multimedia, multiarts, digital learners

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