Music education in Africa : concept, process, and practice /

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

p.1 online resource : (2019)

ISBN:

9780429201592 (ebook) :

Other Number:

10.4324/9780429201592

Mots-clés:

Africa., Education and state, Instruction and study, Music, Social aspects

Notes:

<P>Introduction Interrogation of 'Africanising the Music Classroom' <I>Emily Achieng' Akuno </I><B>Part I Concepts in Musical Arts </B>Chapter 1 Africa-sensed Musical Arts Studies and Transmission: Advancing indigenous epistemological integrity within global knowledge imperatives <I>Professor Meki Nzewi, Chapter 2 Emerging Musical Arts Solutions: A discourse for Africa and World Unity</I> AdeOluwa Okunade, Chapter 3 Negotiating Space for Indigenous Kenyan Music Practices in the Contemporary Classroom <I>Rose A. Omolo-Ongati,</I> Chapter 4 Towards a Theory of Music Communication for African Music Practice and Music Education: A Critique of Shannon and Weaver's Transmission Model <I>Evelyne Mushira, </I>Chapter 5The Performance of Life: Bringing ethnographic experience into the classroom <I>G. Mumbua Kioko </I><B>Part II Musical Arts Processes </B>Chapter 6 Africanising Assessment: Developing generic cross-cultural assessment standards <I>Renee Human </I>Chapter 7 Teaching and Assessing African Music and Dance Performance in Higher Education in South Africa <I>Patricia Achieng' Opondo </I>Chapter 8<I> </I>Challenges and Innovations in Africanising Music in the Classroom: A Kenyan experience <I>Mellitus N. Wanyama </I>Chapter 9 Africanising the music classroom: An examination of the FET Phase curriculum in South Africa <I>Nolwazi Ndamase </I>Chapter 10 Developing Musicianship and Vocal Performance in Kenya: Towards a Quest for Relevance <I>Cleniece Owino and Sylvester Makobi, </I>Chapter 11 Ensemble Performance in Kenyan Music Education: An assessment of its potentiality in Africanising music education <I>Elizabeth Achieng' Andang'o, </I>Chapter 12 Karimojong Indigenous Education versus the Non-Formal Education Curriculum and Contemporary Forces of Change <I>Peter Ekadu-Ereu </I><B>Part III Music Education Practice </B>Chapter 13 Challenges Facing African Music Studies amidst a Contemporary Music Culture: Towards new methodologies for African Music <I>Jessee Wanderi </I>Chapter 14 Cultural Structures and Art Forms in Music Education<I> Bridget Chinouriri and Dr Atinuke Adenike Idamoyibo</I> 15 The Impact of Changes in Ghana's Approach to Basic School Arts Education on Teacher Education <I>Akosua Ado </I>Chapter 16 Intensifying Culture into Teaching of Music through folksongs <I>Sunday Oludele Babalola and IfeOluwa Adeleke O. Olorunsogo Nigeria </I>Chapter 17 Composing from indigenous African musical paradigms in the African schools <I>Christian </I>Onyeji Chapter 18 Examining African Children's Musical Arts Experiences as Learning Resource for children <I>Fred O. Atoh, Virginia N. Onyara, Perminus Matiure, Zimbabwe and Zenda Nell </I>Chapter 19 Traditional Musical Play Narratives and Songs: Socio-cultural perspectives for pedagogical consideration in children's education <I>Bibian Kalinde and Julius Kyakuwa </I>Chapter 20 Traditional Music Instruments in Contemporary Education in Kenya<I> John Kilyungu Katuli </I>Chapter 21 Africanising the Music Classroom through Technology: The case of Uganda<I> Benon Kigozi </I>Postlude: Singing Africa <I>Emily Achieng' Akuno</I></P>Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed.