Source:London, UK ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic,, United Kingdom ; United States , p.1 online resource. (2019)
Keywords:bisacsh, Instruction and study., Music, MUSIC / Instruction & Study / Theory., Popular music.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Cover; Contents; List of Figures; Contributors; Foreword Joe Bennett; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Popular Music Education: Perspectives and Practices Zack Moir, Bryan Powell, and Gareth Dylan Smith; Part I Conceptualizing Popular Music Education; 1 Setting the Agenda: Theorizing Popular Music Education Practice David Henson and Simon Zagorski-Thomas; 2 Popular Music Education: A Way Forward or a New Hegemony? Juliet Hess; 3 Considering Techne in Popular Music Education: Value Systems in Popular Music Curricula Mark Hunter4 Tertiary Popular Music Education: Institutions, Innovation and Tradition Gavin Carfoot and Brad Millard5 The Vanishing Stave? Considering the Value of Traditional Notation Skills in Undergraduate Popular Music Performance Degrees James Dean; Part II Musical, Creative, and Professional Development; 6 Learning Experiences of Expert Western Drummers: A Cultural Psychology Perspective Bill Bruford; 7 Breaking into a "Scene": Creating Spaces for Adolescents to Make Popular Music Sarah Gulish8 What the Masters Teach Us: Multitrack Audio Archives and Popular Music Education Kirk McNally, Toby Seay, and Paul Thompson9 Singers in Higher Education: Teaching Popular Music Vocalists Kat Reinhert; 10 The Adapted Expressive Performance Approach: Performance Techniques for Musicians with Learning Disabilities Blair Kelly; Part III Originating Popular Music; 11 Songwriting Pedagogy in Higher Education: Distance Collaboration and Reflective Teaching Practices Andrew Krikun and Stephen Ralph Matthews; 12 Of Trackers and Top-Liners: Learning Producing and Producing Learning Adam Patrick Bell13 When Is a Drummer not a Drummer? Developing Coordination, Musicianship, and Creativity through Electronic Drum Performance Bryden Stillie14 Sleepwalkers, Beware: Toward a Post-Structuralist Critique of Popular Music in Higher Education Zack Moir and John Hails; 15 Facilitating Music Video Projects in the Classroom: From YouTube to Musical Playground Christopher Cayari; Part IV Popular Music Education in Schools; 16 Music in the School: Significance and Purpose John Finney; 17 Nonformal Teaching and Informal Learning: Popular Music Education and Orff Schulwerk Martina Vasil18 Electrifying Tonality: Teaching Music Theory with the Electric Guitar Steffen Incze19 Popular Music in the Classroom: Perspectives of Preservice Music Educators Fraser Burke Gottlieb; 20 Popular Music in the High School: Crafting and Implementing a Curriculum Julie Beauregard; Part V Identity, Meaning, and Value in Popular Music Education; 21 Popular Music Education: Identity, Aesthetic Experience, and Eudaimonia Gareth Dylan Smith; 22 "I See You, Baby ...": Expressive Gesture and Nonverbal Communication in Popular Music Performance Education Liz PipeDescription based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 10, 2019).