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Katie Zhukov; Margaret S. Barrett; Andrea Creech – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
The global pandemic has severely disrupted the performing arts sector, with research documenting economic, professional, and health impacts on musicians. The psychological effects of lockdowns have been recognized, but little is known regarding their impact on freelance creative collaborative artists. This qualitative case study uses a resilience…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Musicians, Theater Arts
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Daniel Mateos-Moreno; Jorge Garcia-Perals – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
While creativity is a primary focus in music education, its exploration within the realm of music studio teaching is considerably less extensive compared with other educational contexts. Moreover, the related research is predominantly focused on creativity in developing music skills. In the present study, we explore how Spanish instrumental music…
Descriptors: Music Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Music Education, Musical Instruments
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Fernando López-Calatayud; Jesús Tejada – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
Self-regulation strategies and behaviors are important aspects of instrumental music learning because they allow students to set learning goals by testing and controlling their cognition, motivation, behaviors, and emotions. This work investigates the self-regulation processes of four young instrumentalists (aged 10-11 years) in their initial…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Music Education, Learning Motivation, Musical Instruments
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Joanne Wong; Alfredo Bautista; Yan Lam Ho; Siu Hang Kong – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
The purpose of this study was to investigate Hong Kong preschool teachers' music-specific professional development (PD) preferences and analyze the potential differences among teachers with varying levels of teaching experience (beginning, experienced, and advanced). A survey was developed to assess four music-specific PD preferences: content,…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Faculty Development, Teacher Attitudes, Preferences
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Carlos Lage-Gómez; Sabine Chatelain; Roberto Cremades-Andreu – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
Creativity has been described as an indissociable component of music education, complex to conceptualize and often overgeneralized. This article provides an overview of existing research on musical creativities in secondary education between 1990 and 2020. A total of 76 articles published in peer-reviewed journals are reviewed according to PRISMA…
Descriptors: Creativity, Music Education, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes
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Elizabeth H. MacGregor – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
Although teachers and researchers frequently acknowledge that music education can benefit pupils' academic achievement, health and well-being, and social development, classroom music-making can have long-lasting, detrimental impacts. Individuals' experiences of failure, disappointment, and exclusion in the music classroom highlight an urgent need…
Descriptors: Classification, Music Education, Secondary School Teachers, Music Teachers
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Anneliese Gill; Margaret Osborne; Gary McPherson – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
Self-efficacy is a key factor in performance success, yet little is known about how music educators nurture students' self-belief within studio and class music lessons. This study explored teachers' perceptions of pedagogical priorities in the development of self-efficacy. The goal was to understand how teachers intuitively nurture students'…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Music Education, Teacher Attitudes, Music Teachers
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Heidi Westerlund; Guadalupe López-Íñiguez – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
Contemporary professional landscapes in classical music fields are rapidly changing and younger generations of musicians are confronting their creative careers, more often than not in connection to self-employment and freelancing. This narrative inquiry investigates the pathways and livelihoods of composers in a changing professional ecosystem…
Descriptors: Music Education, Music, Musical Composition, Musicians
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Emily M. Mercado; D. Michael Draut – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
The purpose of this collaborative action research project was to examine eighth- and ninth-grade female (assigned at birth) students' perspectives of their singing voice when implementing a practitioner/researcher designed curriculum titled "Supporting Adolescent Female Vocal Development: Teaching Anatomy and Physiology in the Middle School…
Descriptors: Grade 9, Grade 8, Females, Singing
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Stephanie L. R. MacArthur; Jane W. Davidson; Amanda E. Krause – Research Studies in Music Education, 2024
Practice is essential to the acquisition and development of musical skills, requiring musicians' time, investment, application, motivation, metacognitive strategies, and ability to self-regulate. Research in children's music practice indicates the type, quality, and duration of practice, along with adult support, contributes to fluency in musical…
Descriptors: Drills (Practice), Musical Instruments, Young Children, Music Education
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Merrick, Bradley; Joseph, Dawn – Research Studies in Music Education, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic forced music teachers to modify their practice as delivery moved online in education settings around the globe. This article forms part of our wider study, "Re-imaging the future: Music teaching and learning, and ICT in blended environments in Australia," that commenced in March 2021. In this article, the authors…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Music, COVID-19
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Liu, Yue – Research Studies in Music Education, 2023
The purpose of this study was to explore differences in time spent practicing and the practice strategies used by Chinese music majors according to university location, instrument played, and participant gender. A total of 154 participants who played string, woodwind, brass, and keyboard instruments, including 103 participants attending Chinese…
Descriptors: Majors (Students), Music Education, Study Abroad, Student Attitudes
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Zheng, Yuan; Leung, Bo-Wah – Research Studies in Music Education, 2023
Although creativity in music is a topic widely considered and studied among global music educators, it has received limited attention in China while quite a number of Chinese pianists have been recognized on the international stage. How do Chinese pianists and professors perceive creativity in piano performance? How would they nurture creativity…
Descriptors: Creativity, Musical Instruments, Decision Making, Epistemology
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Yang, Yang – Research Studies in Music Education, 2023
Alignment between curriculum standards and teachers' classroom instructional practices is critical in assessing curriculum implementation effectiveness and students' learning. Using a modified version of the Surveys of Enacted Curriculum (SEC) for music, this study explored the alignment between the enacted curriculum and the national curriculum…
Descriptors: Music Education, Alignment (Education), Psychomotor Skills, Individual Development
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Matsunobu, Koji – Research Studies in Music Education, 2023
Reflecting their dominance within music education, most musical instruments used in schools are of Western origin. In stark contrast, the adoption of folk instruments for the purposes of facilitating students' music-making and learning in the educational context is rarely encountered. This article reports the empirical data of a study in which a…
Descriptors: Folk Culture, Musical Instruments, Music Education, Usability
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