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Hilary McQueen; Esther Cavett – Music Education Research, 2024
In 2019 the Society for Music Analysis commissioned a report to find out if stakeholders in music education agreed that knowledge and/or skills in music literacy had declined for those applying to study music at university in England. The ensuing mixed methods study collected data from a range of stakeholders through interviews (N = 33),…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Stakeholders, Music
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Paul Louth – Music Education Research, 2024
The Society of Music Analysis report indicated that digital music often sits uncomfortably within a curriculum where the main focus is on the non-digital. This article takes as its starting point a broad definition of digital music as both a type of music and a way that music is represented. It will examine how digital music has altered the music…
Descriptors: Music, Literacy, Critical Literacy, Music Education
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Tom Attah; Esther Cavett; Byron Dueck; Sue Miller; Lauren Redhead – Music Education Research, 2024
This multi-authored article offers accounts of how programmes for teaching music theory within the Western-notated tradition were created in two UK higher education institutions. These accounts are followed by two more discursive reflections on the nature and purpose of music education today, advocating the importance of listening skills and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Music Theory, Higher Education
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Mary Stakelum – Music Education Research, 2024
In a report commissioned by the Society for Music Analysis to address a gap in music literacy, McQueen (2020) identified instrumental teachers as an important part of music education both within schools and in the community. This article takes as a starting point McQueen's (2020) proposal that 'it is through instrumental tuition that music…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music Education, Literacy, Music
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Rebekah Donn; Bryden Stillie; Zack Moir – Music Education Research, 2024
This article, which is intended as a contribution to wider conversations around music literacy, explores current conceptions of music literacy within the UK, using the area of aural skills training as a focus. Specifically, it considers the nature of music literacy and aural training in secondary (ages 11-18) music curricula and the role of aural…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music, Literacy, Secondary School Curriculum
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Gary Spruce – Music Education Research, 2024
This article explores some of the intersections and relationships between 'knowledge' and 'social justice' particularly as manifest in the context of English school music education. It takes as its starting point the tensions resulting from different understandings of these terms as revealed in the Society for Music Analysis's (SMA) report…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Music Education, Intersectionality, Music
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Alex Chilvers; Lu Liu – Music Education Research, 2024
A model for incorporating diverse musical content into the core conservatory aural skills curriculum is presented. We position the contemporary conservatory as a solid institution providing Western musicians with a sense of stability and heritage in an age of anxiety (Bauman's 'liquid modernity'). Despite these benefits, we argue that the…
Descriptors: Auditory Perception, Music Education, Music Techniques, Core Curriculum
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George Nicholson; Matthew Rotjan – Music Education Research, 2024
Multi-styles string education includes musical practices from close to 30 identified styles. Adding the multi-styles approach into curriculum may not be easy: Pedagogies may be different from those needed for Western classical music, the primary style most practicing teachers have studied. As such, the decision to start incorporating multi-styles…
Descriptors: Music Education, Nontraditional Education, Teaching Methods, Music Teachers
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Renli Li – Music Education Research, 2024
Within the scope of this presented study, the authors aimed to investigate the peculiarities of intercultural communication and cultural exchange based on musical knowledge, considering the exploration of the Chinese music education experience in other countries. The scholars find that the strongest relationships of Chinese musical education are…
Descriptors: Music Education, Performance, Music Activities, Asian Culture
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Paul Watt; Ben Green; Andrea Baker; Andy Bennett; Paul Long – Music Education Research, 2024
This article examines the fortunes of music education programs in rural and regional Australia. It argues that the two key national reports on music education across the nation undertaken in 2005 and 2019 have tended to focus on metropolitan and urban settings and formalised school education at the pre-tertiary level at the expense of music…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Musicians, Music Education, Rural Areas
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Katy Ieong Cheng Ho Weatherly; Vivian Fang Liu – Music Education Research, 2024
This qualitative study employed Gagné Integrative Model of Talent Development as a conceptual framework to explore the perspectives of nine Asian American parents on their musically talented children in Western classical music culture in the United States. Musically talented children, defined by [Gagné, François, and Gary E. McPherson. 2016,…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Parents, Parent Attitudes, Music Education
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Karolina Fredriksson; Olle Zandén; Cecilia Wallerstedt – Music Education Research, 2024
This article reports a meta-synthesis of 14 qualitative studies on how teachers can support students' musical learning. The aim of the article is twofold: to (1) contribute to empirically grounded knowledge in music education, and (2) advance the methodological development of meta-synthesis in qualitative research. All included studies have a…
Descriptors: Music Education, Teacher Student Relationship, Scaffolding (Teaching Technique), Perspective Taking
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Olivia Urbaniak; Helen F. Mitchell – Music Education Research, 2024
Top performers create stage magic through their command of nonverbal communication. While students aspire to the highest levels of performance, they may be unprepared for the intricacies of professional stagecraft. This study trials an experiential learning workshop about optimising nonverbal communication on the concert stage. Five emerging music…
Descriptors: Music Education, Nonverbal Communication, Personal Autonomy, Experiential Learning
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Raisa Foster; Katja Sutela – Music Education Research, 2024
Collective cultural transformation is needed to save the Earth from the growing effects of the human-caused environmental problems. Music education, too, can take part in preparing future generations with the knowledge and skills needed to address the world's complex challenges and create a more sustainable future. Approaching music education from…
Descriptors: Music Education, Cultural Context, Climate, Climate Control
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Rebekah Donn; Daniel Elphick – Music Education Research, 2024
This review provides a summary and discussion of the 'Music Literacy' strand (day 1) of the Society for Music Analysis's OxMAC conference (University of Oxford, July 2023). The review highlights how the ever-expanding range of musics currently studied in higher education calls for an increasingly multifaceted understanding of the term 'music…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Music, Literacy, Educational Technology
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