Articles about Education

Toward a Skills-Based Curriculum: Recent Trends in Music History Pedagogy Toward a Skills-Based Curriculum: Recent Trends in Music History Pedagogy
Musica Docta (2016) Vol. 6, No. 1

The Information Age poses a crucial dilemma for musicologists. If our courses value the dissemination of knowledge as a primary goal, then we must find a way to compete with the vast oceans of knowledge at our students’ fingertips. However, ...

"Ein-Bildung"
Musik und Gottesdienst (2016) Vol. 70, No. 1, pp. 2-7

 

My Music: Julian Ovenden
Gramophone (2016) Vol. 93, pp. 130

 

What Makes Warm-Ups So Important?
The Pitch Pipe (2016) Vol. 69, No. 4, pp. 14-15

 

Presage: What Knowledge and Experience Higher Education Songwriting Students Bring to the Classroom
IASPM Journal (2015) Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 157-180

This study analyses the responses of seventy-six students from three Australian higher education institutions in New South Wales entering the songwriting classroom for the first time. While it was assumed that most students had previously composed songs, their views on, ...

Creative Conceptualisation: Nurturing Creative Practice Through the Popular Music Pedagogy of Live Recording Production
IASPM Journal (2015) Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 139-156

Record production is a major aspect of many tertiary-based popular music education programs. It is a practice that involves the capturing of an artist’s vision and is realised when that vision draws an emotional response from the listener. In professional ...