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Meissner, Henrique; Timmers, Renee – Music Education Research, 2019
Twenty-nine pupils (aged 8-15) took part in an improvisation test and an experimental vs. control group teaching session. The aim of the improvisation test was to explore whether participants had knowledge about the use of expressive cues to convey basic emotions in improvisations. Assessments of the improvisations by four adjudicators indicated…
Descriptors: Music Education, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Musicians
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Hurme, Tarja-Riitta; Puurtinen, Marjaana; Gruber, Hans – Music Education Research, 2019
The processes of individual and group-level regulation are important mechanisms of all collaborative learning, and we argue that recognising group-level regulatory processes would aid music educators when they guide students in collaborative settings. In music education, there is extensive research on group music-making, whereas the interest…
Descriptors: Music Education, Cooperative Learning, Group Dynamics, Group Activities
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Odendaal, Albi; Levänen, Sari; Westerlund, Heidi – Music Education Research, 2019
In recent decades there has been a proliferation of neuromyths based on oversimplifications and over-generalisations of research findings. As part of a larger project that examines the societal impacts of the arts and arts education practices, this interdisciplinary collaborative study examines the translation of recent neuromusical research into…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Neurosciences, Brain Hemisphere Functions
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Hopkins, Michael T. – Music Education Research, 2019
The purpose of this study was to apply Fautley's model-- [Faultley, Martin. 2005. "A New Model of the Group Composing Process of Lower Secondary School Students." "Music Education Research" 7 (1): 39-57. doi:10.1080/14613800500042109]of the group composing process to the analysis of a collaborative composing project in a lower…
Descriptors: Musical Composition, Group Activities, Musicians, Grade 7
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Orton, Alice; Pitts, Stephanie E. – Music Education Research, 2019
Previous research on adolescents and singing has focused on understanding the physiological changes in the voice during the age range 11-16 [Cooksey, J. M., and G. F. Welch. 2008. 'Adolescence, singing development and national curricula design.' British Journal of Music Education 15 (1): 99-119], and addressing the lack of male participation in…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Adolescent Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students
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de Bruin, Leon R. – Music Education Research, 2019
For musicians, learning to improvise requires individual and collaborative skill and knowledge that in experts is acquired over years of immersion and enculturation. Learning formally, informally or a combination of both, improvisers 'learn to learn' by evolving meta-cognitive capabilities necessary to develop and refine improvisational expertise.…
Descriptors: Music Education, Informal Education, Music Activities, Creative Activities
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Biasutti, Michele; Frate, Sara; Concina, Eleonora – Music Education Research, 2019
The study examines the professional development of in-service advanced music teachers as a result of their participation in a three-year collaborative online course. A socio-constructivist theoretical framework was used for designing and implementing the course. Participants were 24 teachers (22 teaching instrumental music and 2 vocal music)…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Music Teachers, Faculty Development
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Lagerlöf, Pernilla; Wallerstedt, Cecilia – Music Education Research, 2019
The overarching aim of this study is to problematise the image of the competent and musical child. The study highlights how attending to children's interactions during a musical practical activity may offer insights into children's musical fields of interest and help understand the learning processes children are engaged in when they are left to…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Preschool Children, Foreign Countries
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Schmidt-Jones, Catherine – Music Education Research, 2018
This paper describes the use of activity theory to compare dissimilar cases in a study of adult online music learners. The purpose of the study was to better understand the barriers that keep self-motivated users of online open education resources from experiencing successful independent learning. Eleven participants were given tutoring-style help…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Online Courses, Music Education, Adult Education
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Wai Chen, Jason Chi – Music Education Research, 2018
A cappella is a musical performance genre with a long history. Although many people compose and arrange a cappella works, the connection between a cappella and musical creativity has not yet been considered. This study examines the background of the musical creativities framework [Burnard, P. 2012. "Musical Creativities in Practice."…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Singing, Creativity, Interviews
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Viladot, Laia; Hilton, Caroline; Casals, Albert; Saunders, Jo; Carrillo, Carmen; Henley, Jennie; González-Martín, Cristina; Prat, Montserrat; Welch, Graham – Music Education Research, 2018
The relationship between music and mathematics has often been the subject of discussion, both inside and outside the field of education. As part of an exciting project on a European scale, the paper explores the changing contexts in Catalonia (Spain) and England (UK) in relation to the integrated approach to the teaching of music and mathematics.…
Descriptors: Music, Mathematics Instruction, Foreign Countries, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Shin, Jihae – Music Education Research, 2018
The purpose of this study was to examine interactions among in-service music teachers in a graduate music teacher education programme using Wenger, McDermott, and Snyder's [2002. "Cultivating Communities of Practice: A Guide to Managing Knowledge." Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press] Communities of Practice (CoPs) framework. The…
Descriptors: Music Teachers, Graduate Study, Teacher Education Programs, Music Education
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Akutsu, Taichi – Music Education Research, 2018
This study investigated the flow experience of Jiro, a 2-year-old Japanese boy, regarding his violin playing in a social context. In this study, Jiro's violin playing was videotaped at home and during musical sessions for young children and families, guided by the author as a violinist-teacher-researcher. The method adopted a single case study…
Descriptors: Young Children, Musical Instruments, Video Technology, Music Education
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Hess, Juliet – Music Education Research, 2018
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra presents a series of youth concerts each year to introduce and attract younger audiences to the symphony. Music teachers often attend these concerts with students, and the importance of such experiences is frequently emphasised and normalised. This article explores the historical roots of the following relations,…
Descriptors: Musical Instruments, Music Education, Music Teachers, Social Bias
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McQueen, Hilary; Hallam, Susan; Creech, Andrea – Music Education Research, 2018
This paper is based on the data collected from a longitudinal study of seven maintained, secondary schools in England that have adopted Musical Futures as an approach to teaching music. The research had a particular focus on key stage 3 (11-14). For the purposes of this paper, data gained from 18 music staff and 325 student interview…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Longitudinal Studies, Secondary Education, Music Education
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