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Pérez-Moreno, Jessica; Carrillo, Carmen – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
This study examines the impact made by music education on a sample of Catalan citizens who studied this subject during their compulsory schooling. A biographical narrative methodology was used to investigate a broad spectrum of the participants' school musical experiences and to analyze the impact that music education has had on different aspects…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Outcomes of Education, Biographies
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Campayo-Muñoz, Emilia; Cabedo-Mas, Alberto; Hargreaves, David – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
This study is based on the premise that emotional skills--comprised of an intrapersonal dimension and an interpersonal dimension--help to achieve personal balance, which in turn can enhance performance. Following from this premise, the improvement of music students' emotional skills might have a positive effect on their musical performance. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Interpersonal Competence, Emotional Development
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Akutsu, Taichi – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
This study, followed by an historical review of Shinichi Suzuki's work, investigated the contemporary and critical issues surrounding the Suzuki Method in Japan. First, the author compared textbooks and recordings of the Suzuki Violin School Volume 1, the Japanese version, published in 1970s to the present edition in Japan. In addition, the study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Teaching Methods, Textbooks
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Niknafs, Nasim – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Even though scholars have pointedly embraced ethical matters in music education within the global context, there has been relatively little attention paid to the concept of cosmopolitanism. While keeping in mind that the concept of cosmopolitanism is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon that can be read and implemented in many ways, the aim of…
Descriptors: Music Education, Collectivism, Cultural Pluralism, Ethics
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Chen, Jason Chi Wai – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
This pilot study focuses on the use of mobile tablets to allow secondary students to compose in class with the application "GarageBand." The empirical research has two aims: to demonstrate the possibility of using mobile tablets as a composing device, and to examine professional practices for using mobile technologies in music learning.…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Secondary School Students, Musical Composition
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Bayley, Jonathan G.; Waldron, Janice – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
This study is the third and final part of a longitudinal ethnographic investigation of music learning and teaching of the Online Academy of Irish Music (OAIM), an Irish music "school" situated in both online (www.oaim.ie) and offline (Doolin, County Clare, Ireland) contexts. We first examined the online OAIM through teacher narratives in…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Music Education, Electronic Learning, Foreign Countries
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Swart, Inette – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
This article focuses on the role of access to music education as an agent of social change and as an important way of empowering previously disadvantaged learners, putting this forward as an argument against the proposed downscaling of music in schools as advocated by the government. This narrative inquiry shed light on the perceptions of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Access to Education, Disadvantaged Youth
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Walling, Catherine Bennett – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of four US music educators during and after a 3-week adult choir camp in South Africa. Findings reveal that the camp positively influenced music teacher understandings and practices, both during and after the exchange. Throughout the camp, participants navigated race, privilege and prejudice…
Descriptors: Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Programs, Foreign Countries, Music Teachers
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Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh; Grant, Catherine; Mani, Charulatha; Tomlinson, Vanessa – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Music higher education institutions are increasingly recognising the educational value of intercultural learning experiences. Delivering such learning experiences in a way that provides music students with a rich cultural and musical learning experience, rather than a superficial one, can be a challenging task, particularly in the case of…
Descriptors: Music Education, Higher Education, Cultural Awareness, Study Abroad
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Davies, Janet – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Tertiary music students show patterns of playing-related musculoskeletal disorders (PRMDs) similar to professionals, indicating the need for effective education in management and prevention during student years. When problems occur, music students are most likely to seek advice from their instrumental teachers; therefore, it is important for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Music Education, Movement Education
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Kwon, Seulgi; Choi, Boungho; Park, Soowon – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Students' subjective well-being is not only an important prerequisite for positive development but also a desired outcome of education. Music concert attendance could be a critical factor in enhancing students' subjective well-being. This study investigates the effect of music concert attendance on subjective well-being through an examination of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Middle School Students, Music Activities, Attendance Patterns
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Joseph, Dawn; Nethsinghe, Rohan; Cabedo-Mas, Alberto – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Establishing strong connections between universities within initial teacher education (ITE) programs not only takes time, but it also presents opportunities and challenges. Tertiary music educators are called to prepare ITE students/pre-service teachers to be culturally responsive. This article forms part of our wider study "See, Listen and…
Descriptors: Singing, Cultural Awareness, Music Education, Preservice Teachers
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de Bruin, Leon R.; Williamson, Paul; Wilson, Emily – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
The one-to-one teacher-student relationship is a common learning configuration within jazz education. However, opportunities to learn through engagement in ensemble performances and industry-level recording opportunities with esteemed jazz performers are rare classroom environments the tertiary jazz music institutions offer. This qualitative study…
Descriptors: Music, Experiential Learning, Music Education, Foreign Countries
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Duran, David; Ribosa, Jesús; Sánchez, Giovanni – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Peer tutoring in music education is an under-researched but burgeoning area of study. This study aims to assess the effects of the same-age peer tutoring project Ritmos en dos on rhythm reading fluency and comprehension. For this purpose, 24 students from the third grade of secondary education participated in the project. This research utilises a…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Music Education, Teaching Methods, Reading Fluency
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Robinson, Jennifer – International Journal of Music Education, 2020
Veteran teachers are defined as having over 15 years' teaching experience. This research introduces a new career stage of 'super veteran' for music teachers that have worked for 30 plus years and seeks to identify the influences on, and contributions of, Australian secondary school music teachers of this career stage. This article reports on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, Music Teachers, Experienced Teachers
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