Quelle:Wilfrid Laurier University Press,, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, p.1 online resource (2021)
Schlüsselwörter:(OCoLC)fst00871098, (OCoLC)fst01030444, Community music, fast, History and criticism., Music, Social aspects, Social aspects.
Includes bibliographical references and index."Historically, music study has centred on the conservatory, which privileges the study of the Western European canon and Western European practice. The Eurocentric way music has been studied has excluded communities that are considered to be marginalized in one or more ways despite that the majority of human experiences with music is found outside of that realm. Community music has emerged as a counter-narrative to the hegemonic music canon: it seeks to increase the participation of those living on the boundaries. Community Music at the Boundaries explores music and music-making on those edges. 'The real power of community music,' writes Roger Mantie in the foreword, 'lies not in the fiction of trying to eliminate boundaries (or pretending they don't exist), but in embracing the challenge of 'walking' them.' Contributions from scholars and researchers, music practitioners, and administrators examine the intersection of music and communities in a variety of music-making forms: ensembles, university and police choirs, bands, prison performing groups, youth music groups, instrument classes, symphonies, drum circles, and musical direction and performance. Some of the topics explored in the volume include education and change, music and Indigenous communities, health and wellness, music by incarcerated persons, and cultural identity. By shining a light on boundaries, this volume provides a wealth of international perspectives and knowledge about the ways that music enhances lives."--Access to content denied by publisher. Description cannot be verified. Title from digital cover (viewed on April 29, 2021).Foreword: On the scholarship of boundary walking / Roger Mantie -- Introduction / Lee Willingham -- Part I, Community music : walking the boundaries of contexts and borders. The problem of community : what does it really mean to be inclusive? / Deanna Yerichuk and Justis Krar. Words of choice : challenging a discourse of disadvantage and social change in community music / Kathleen Turner. Collaborative musical experiences with urban families experiencing homelessness in the United States / Lindsey G. Castellano. Mind the gap! / Dave Camlin. The borders are open : community music in higher education / Glen Carruthers -- Part II, Community music : walking the boundaries of education, ensembles, and changing paradigms. Do, review, improve : establishing a framework for quality delivery within the community music sector / Phil Mullen. A music educator's journey toward addressing gender barriers in music education (a non-researcher's research and what happened next) / Elizabeth Parker-Cook. Music-making opportunities for children from underserved populations : impact and transformations through community youth orchestras / Christine D'Alexander. Time to face the music? : possibilities for community music with older adults / Donald D. Coffman and William M. Dabback. And the melody lingers on : building social capital through community music participation / Annie Mitchell. Mindfulness and empathetic considerations for music ensemble directing / Brent Rowan. Musica per tutti : community music as meaningful, emancipatory, and affirming alternatives to formal music education in Italy / Antonella Coppi and Johann van der Sandt. Music tehcnology as an intuitive and inclusive pathway to musical thinking, learning, and doing / Gena Greher. Dreaming big with the Regent Park School of Music / Richard Marsella. Creative community composition / Pete Moser -- Part III, Community music : seeking relationships with indigenous communities. Community music at the cultural interface : what the experiences of working alongside First Peoples can bring to our understandings of community music / Brydie-Leigh Bartleet. Song as the catalyst that promotes envisioning ethical spaces / Kelly Laurila. The sacred canoe : the search for truth and reconciliation through cultural partnership / Glenn Marais -- Part IV, Community music : walking the boundaries of health and wellness. Processing refugee journey and promoting self-healing with music and art / Heidi Ahonen. Musical identities, personal identities : performance for children with disabilities / Elizabeth Mitchell. Music care and the aging population : the Room 217 story / Bev Foster. Finding our music, strengthening care : a case for baseline music care training / Sarah Pearson. The Circle of Music intergenerational choir : bridging the generations / Sasha JudelsonPart V, Community music : walking the boundaries of prisons. Life within these walls : community music-making as a bridge of healing and transformation in prison contexts / Mary Cohen, Johnathan Kana, and Richard Winemiller. Creative conversations with Justice and Arts Scotland / Kirstin Anderson. Exploring the boundaries of community music : tales of a piano journey inside a female prison / Inês Lamela, Paulo Rodrigues, and Grac̦a Mota. "The song bird house" : clinical applications of music therapy as a central source of "community" in a women's federal prison / Rebekah Jordan-Miller -- Part VI, Community music : walking the boundaries of cultural identity. At the panyard, in the calypso tent, on the soca stage : exploring "ideal" identity through community music activities during Carnival in Grenada, West Indies / Danielle Sirek. Reclaiming worship : community music practices and their application to the music-making in the Anabaptist Mennonite Church / Brandon Leis. "If you don't change you get left behind: ' playing in the Banda Italiana Musicale Vincenzo Bellini in Melbourne, Australia / Jane Southcott and Leon de Bruin. Remembering a hard life with joy : music-making among Korean elders / Elisha Jo Heesun, Kari K. Veblen, and Patrick J. Potter. Music as gift : ethical exchange through intercultural improvisation / Gerard Yun -- Postscript / Lee Higgins.
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