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Community Music Today

ISBN-10: 1607093200
ISBN-13: 9781607093206
Edition: 2012
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Book details

Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
Publication date: 1/24/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 300
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.760
Language: English

Musician, educator, researcher, and advocate, Carol Beynon serves as the vice provost of graduate and post-doctoral studies at the University of Western Ontario. She is co-artistic director of the award-winning Amabile Boys Choirs. Her research interests include Canadian music education, arts education, teacher identity, and gender issues.Kari Veblen, the associate dean of graduate studies and research at the Don Wright Faculty of Music, University of Western Ontario, teaches cultural perspectives in music education, elementary methods, and graduate courses. Musician and educator, Veblen studies international trends in community music.

List of Figures and Tables
Foreword
Acknowledgments
The Tapestry: Introducing Community Music
Community Music in Global Context
Community Music in North America: Historical Foundations
Community Music in the United Kingdom
Community Music in the Nordic Countries: Politics, Research, Programs, and Educational Significance
Community Music in Africa: Perspectives from South Africa, Kenya, and Eritrea
Community Music in Australia and New Zealand Aotearoa
Community Music in East Asia
Interconnections
Intergenerational Music Learning in Community and Schools
Music Learning as a Lifespan Endeavor
Community Music through Authentic Engagement: Bridging Community, School, University, and Arts Groups
Digital Communities: Sharing, Teaching, Exploring
Marginalized Musics and Communities
Marginalized Communities: Reaching Those Falling Outside Socially Accepted Norms
Personal Growth through Music: Oakdale Prison's Community Choir and Community Music for Homeless Populations in New York City
Reaching out to Participants Who Are Challenged
Diverse Communities, Inclusive Practice
Performing Ensembles: Artistry, Advocacy, and Social Justice
Community Choirs: Expressions of Identity through Vocal Performance
Instrumental Ensembles: Community Case Studies from Brazil and the United States
Expressing Faith through Vocal Performance
Community Music and Sustainability Worldwide: Ecosystems of Engaged Music Making
Resources in Community Music
About the Contributors

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