Source:Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group,, New York, United States, p.xix, 159 pages : (2023)
Mots-clés:(OCoLC)fst01896513, Aspect politique., Aspect social., Choral music, Culturally relevant pedagogy., Étude et enseignement, fast, Instruction and study, Music, Musique, Musique chorale, Pédagogie culturellement adaptée., Political aspects., Social aspects.
"Routledge Focus"-- from cover.Includes bibliographical references and index.Musicking people -- Disrupting practice -- Empowering song -- Sounding bodies -- Narrating selves -- Dancing stories -- Painting dreams"Empowering Song: Music Education from the Margins weaves together subversive pedagogy and theories of resistance with community music education and choral music, inspiring professionals to revisit and reconsider their pedagogical practices and approaches. The authors' unique insight into some of the most marginalized and justice-deprived contexts in the world-prisons, refugee shelters, detention facilities, and migrant encampments-breeds evocative and compassionate enquiry, laying the theoretical groundwork for pedagogical practices while detailing the many facets of choral leadership. Presenting an orientation to healing informed by theory, Empowering Song explores the ways in which music education might take on the challenging questions of cultural responsiveness within the context of justice, seeking to change not only how choral music is led but also our conceptions of why it should matter to all"--
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