ERIC Number: ED392683
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
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Vital Connections: Young Children, Adults & Music. International Society for Music Education Early Childhood Commission Seminar (Columbus, Missouri, July 11-15, 1994).
These papers were collected from participants at a conference on young children, adults, and music. Papers include: (1) "Preschool Children's Responses to Music on Television" (Katharine Smithrim, Canada); (2) "Learning to Observe in Order to Join the Musical Activities Better to the Total Development of the Young Child" (Margre van Gestel, The Netherlands); (3) "Classroom Music for Non-Music Major Students in Kindergarten Teacher Training Fostering a Positive Attitude for Enjoyment of Music with Young Children" (Atsuko Omi, Japan); (4) "Emotional Growth through Musical Play" (Mary Stouffer, Canada); (5) "Action Research--Getting Involved" (Olive McMahon, Australia); (6) "Music as Mediator Element in the Mother-Baby Relationship" (Josette Silveria Mello Feres, Brazil); (7) "A Model for Enhancing Music Development Through the Inclusion of Informed parents and Other Primary Caregivers in Early Childhood Music Classes" (Kenneth K. Guilmartin and Lili Levinowitz, USA); (8) "Music in Early Childhood: The Search for Effective Models of Adult Participation and Interaction" (Carol Scott-Kassner, USA); (9) "Training of Early Childhood Music Educators at the Musical University in Heidelberg-Mannheim/Germany" (Maria Seeliger, Germany); (10) "Developing the Educational Connections in the Swedish Preschool: How Do We Integrate the Theories with Musical Practice?" (Berit Udden, Sweden); (11) "Effect of Pitch Relationship Between Text and Melody in Young Children's Singing" (Lily Chen, Hong Kong); (12) "Some Observations on the Singing Development of Five-Year-Olds" (Peta J. White, Desmond C. Sergeant, Graham F. Welch, England); (13) "Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Preschool Children's Spontaneous Music Behaviors" (Danette Littleton, USA); (14) "Using Jack Tales and Folk Music from Our American Appalachian Heritage to Involve the Young Learner, Including Those with Special Needs" (An Integrated Arts Approach Employing Folk Music, Folktales, and Puppets)" (Michelle Hairston, Linda High, USA); (15) "Doing What Comes Naturally: Generating A Music Curriculum for Young Children" (June Boyce-Tillman, England); (16) "Sound Mosaic: Young Children's Musical Development Program" (Eleonora Rybakova, Nikolai Kravtsov, Russia); and (17) "The Window of Opportunity" (Sheila C. Woodward, Republic of South Africa). (EH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Note: "Musical Play of Preschoolers and the Effects of Teacher-Child Relationship" by Josette Silveria Mello Feres (Brazil) is not available for ERIC reproduction.