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Valenzuela, Rafael; Codina, Nuria; Vicente Pestana, José – British Journal of Music Education, 2021
Given the differences in continuing musical after primary school, this study works with the idea that the development of music-making habits requires flow, which, in turn, depends on family musical practice. Flow is the state of mind of immersion in an intrinsically rewarding activity, which represents an optimal challenge fostering persistence…
Descriptors: Music Education, Family Environment, Music Activities, Psychological Patterns
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Shaw, Luan – British Journal of Music Education, 2021
This research, carried out across 2017-2018, investigated Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (RBC) graduates' experiences of working as instrumental teachers. A total of 31 participants (who graduated across 2012-2016 and studied an optional 'Further Pedagogy' module in their final year) responded to a questionnaire, and two were observed whilst…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, College Graduates, Music Teachers
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Mariguddi, Anna – British Journal of Music Education, 2021
This article will explore how Professor Lucy Green's model of informal learning, as advocated by Musical Futures, is perceived by those lying close to the phenomenon. Qualitative research was conducted and data collection involved semi-structured interviews with three key figures relating to the phenomenon. Case studies were then conducted in four…
Descriptors: Informal Education, Music Education, Teaching Methods, Models
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Biasutti, Michele; Concina, Eleonora – British Journal of Music Education, 2021
This pilot study analysed the learning strategies of advanced students and professional electroacoustic composers engaged in creating new musical pieces through online collaboration. The participants were divided into three groups and interacted in a virtual setting using synchronous (chat and Skype) and asynchronous tools (forum, compositional…
Descriptors: Music Education, Musical Composition, Computer Mediated Communication, Cooperative Learning
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Butler, Alison; Bylica, Kelly; Wright, Ruth – British Journal of Music Education, 2021
This paper reports on a small-scale study in an elementary school in Southern Ontario, Canada. The study investigated relationships between students' perceptions and practices of gender in popular music education with particular attention given to communication, instruments and technology and development of freedoms and constraints. The findings…
Descriptors: Music, Informal Education, Music Education, Student Attitudes
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Gubbins, Edmond – British Journal of Music Education, 2021
The structure, implementation and operation of music education at the primary level differs depending on the legislation of the education system within which the school operates. An inquiry-based project was completed over a 10-week period, with the overall aim of gaining an understanding of current teacher practice within music education in both…
Descriptors: Music Education, Elementary Education, Teaching Methods, Cultural Differences
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Griffiths, Austin – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
This study examined the nature of inclusion for female and black and minority ethnic (BME) young people in elite-level classical music in England. By contrasting the numbers of female and BME students taking part in elite youth orchestras and music schools with the representation of female and BME compositions in the professional classical music…
Descriptors: Music Education, Classical Music, Inclusion, Whites
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Millar, Stephen R.; Steiner, Artur; Caló, Francesca; Teasdale, Simon – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
Community Orientated and Opportunity Learning (COOL) Music was a 12-month collaborative project between researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University and practitioners at the Edinburgh-based social enterprise Heavy Sound. The project began in October 2017 and involved 16 sessions of participatory music making with 32 'hard-to-reach' young people…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Activities, At Risk Students, Secondary School Students
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Rumiantsev, Tamara W.; Admiraal, Wilfried F.; van der Rijst, Roeland M. – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
Musicians nowadays need to be able to work both creatively and collaboratively, often in a wider range of artistic, social and cultural contexts. A strong vision on conservatoire pedagogy is needed to reach this goal and at the same time align with the demands of higher education. At the start of the 21st century, renewal of curricula concentrated…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Musicians, Music Teachers
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Sutela, Katja; Juntunen, Marja-Leena; Ojala, Juha – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
In this article, we describe the agency development in one student with special needs through Dalcroze-based music-and-movement activities. The case study was conducted in the context of classroom music education in a special school. The data were produced via a teaching experiment (from August 2015 to March 2016), in which a group (n = 13) of 15-…
Descriptors: Music Education, Special Education, Special Schools, Movement Education
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Bate, Elizabeth – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
In June 2015, the British government presented 'the social justice case for an academic curriculum' as the justification for recent radical changes to educational policy. However, this justification failed to account for both the key changes in the newly-revised National Curriculum for Music and the place of music in the National Curriculum as a…
Descriptors: Music Education, National Curriculum, Foreign Countries, Social Justice
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Whittaker, Adam – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
The canon forming the backbone of most conceptions of Western music has been a feature of musical culture for decades, exerting an influence upon musical study in educational settings. In English school contexts, the once perceived superiority of classical music in educational terms has been substantially revised and reconsidered, opening up…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Curriculum, Knowledge Level
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Peiser, Gillian; Stanley, Grant – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
The role of extracurricular activity in higher education is receiving increasing international attention as a means for developing social and cultural resources for steering social and employment networks. The focus of this paper is on a post-1992 English university partnership with an orchestra, enabling students to attend free concerts. The…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Participation, Extracurricular Activities, Foreign Countries
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Habron, John; van der Merwe, Liesl – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
This article is a narrative inquiry of the lived spiritual experiences of students participating in Dalcroze Eurhythmics training. Previous studies have located Jaques-Dalcroze's own writings and thought within the context of spirituality and have explored the spiritual experiences of Dalcroze teachers, but students' perspectives remain to be…
Descriptors: Spiritual Development, Evidence Based Practice, Guidelines, Music Education
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Ford, Jessica L.; Vosloo, Justine; Arvinen-Barrow, Monna – British Journal of Music Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to document the lived experiences of flow during an optimal music performance. Fifteen undergraduate musicians (M[subscript age] = 19, 53% male) participated in in-depth, semi-structured interviews, where they were asked to describe an optimal performance experience. Results from an inductive qualitative analysis…
Descriptors: Music, Performance, Undergraduate Students, Musicians
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