Source:New York, NY : Routledge,, United States, p.1 online resource (xviii, 197 pages) : (2021)
Keywords:(OCoLC)fst01071443, (OCoLC)fst01107642, bisacsh, fast, Instruction and study, Instruction and study., MUSIC / General, Popular music, School music
Includes bibliographical references and index.Foundations of Popular Music Pedagogies -- INSTRUMENT TECHNIQUES. Introduction to Guitar, Bass, and Ukulele ; Guitar ; Electric Bass ; Ukulele ; Keyboard ; Drum Kit ; Vocals -- MUSIC TECHNOLOGY. Apps and Software ; Digital Audio Workstations ; Live Sound and Recording -- PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER. Making the Band ; Songwriting, Improvisation, and Arranging ; Hip Hop."Popular Music Pedagogies: A Practical Guide for Music Teachers provides readers with a solid foundation of playing and teaching a variety of instruments and technologies, and then examines how these elements work together in a comprehensive school music program. With individual chapters designed to stand independently, instructors can adapt this guide to a range of learning abilities and teaching situations by combining the pedagogies and methodologies presented. This textbook is an ideal resource for preservice music educators enrolled in popular music education, modern band, or secondary general methods coursework and K-12 music teachers who wish to create or expand popular music programs in their schools. The website includes play-alongs, video demonstrations, printed materials, and links to useful popular music pedagogy resources"--Matthew Clauhs, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at Ithaca College where he teaches wind methods and modern band. Bryan Powell, DMA is an Assistant Professor of Music Education and Music Technology at Montclair State University. Ann C. Clements, PhD is Professor of Music Education and Director of the Center for Pedagogy in Arts and Design at the Pennsylvania State University.Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 21, 2021).