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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A case study of music instruction according to E. Willems’ pedagogy in children with intellectual disabilities: Its impacts on music abilities and language skills Smolej Fritz, Barbara
2019
os-31 2 p. 243-256
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2 A conceptual study of spirituality in selected writings of Émile Jaques-Dalcroze Habron, John
2017
os-31 2 p. 175-188
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3 A credo of music pedagogy Olsson, Bengt
2005
os-31 2 p. 121-123
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4 Adapting choral singing experiences for older adults: The implications of sensory, perceptual, and cognitive changes Yinger, Olivia Swedberg
2014
os-31 2 p. 203-212
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5 Advocacy for music education: ten tips to protect and strengthen your music program Lehman, Paul
2005
os-31 2 p. 175-178
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6 Aiming for the singing teacher: An applied study on preservice kindergarten teachers’ singing skills development within a music methods course Neokleous, Rania
2015
os-31 2 p. 163-180
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7 An analysis of the elementary school music teaching course in Turkey Özgül, Ilhan
2009
os-31 2 p. 116-127
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8 An analysis of undergraduate motivations, perceptions of value and concerns in pursuing higher popular music performance education Hall, Rich
2019
os-31 2 p. 327-341
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9 An ethnomusicological perspective Nettl, Bruno
2005
os-31 2 p. 131-133
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10 A new way to play music together: The Continuator in the classroom Ferrari, Laura
2014
os-31 2 p. 171-184
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11 An investigation of postsecondary violin instructors’ remedial pedagogy: A case study Mio, Vanessa A.
2018
os-31 2 p. 297-308
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12 Associations between training, employment, and motivational styles of Brazilian instrumental music teachers Figueiredo, Edson Antônio de Freitas
2019
os-31 2 p. 198-209
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13 A superannuated physicist’s attempts to master music theory: Resolving cognitive conflicts and a paradigm clash Page-Shipp, Roy
2014
os-31 2 p. 159-170
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14 A survey on Weifang teachers’ attitudes toward teaching Chinese folk music Han, Ruochen
2017
os-31 2 p. 202-215
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15 A worthy function for music in education Walker, Robert
2005
os-31 2 p. 135-138
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16 Bendik and Aarolilja: An example of arts partnership material for schools? Oltedal, Elizabeth
2011
os-31 2 p. 191-204
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17 Benefits, challenges, characteristics and instructional approaches in an El Sistema inspired after-school string program developed as a university–school partnership in the United States Hopkins, Michael
2017
os-31 2 p. 239-258
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18 Beyond the cover version: encouraging student performers to produce original interpretations of popular songs Blom, Diana
2006
os-31 2 p. 159-167
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19 Book Review: Bridging the gap: Popular music and music education Snell, Karen
2006
os-31 2 p. 188-189
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20 Book Review: The popular music teaching handbook: An educator's guide to music-related print resources Snell, Karen
2006
os-31 2 p. 190-191
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21 Book Review: True confessions: Social efficacy, popular culture, and the struggle in schools Snell, Karen
2006
os-31 2 p. 191-192
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22 Bridging the gap: Harp teachers on teaching orchestral playing Lonnert, Lia
2019
os-31 2 p. 210-225
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23 Children need music Gruhn, Wilfried
2005
os-31 2 p. 99-101
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24 Children’s voices: quotes from children about music and its importance 2005
os-31 2 p. 179-181
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25 Cèilidh culture and higher education Sheridan, Mark
2008
os-31 2 p. 147-159
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26 Comments from the Co-Editors Brittin, Ruth
2018
os-31 2 p. 127
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27 Comments from the Editors 2016
os-31 2 p. 133-134
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28 Community music as music education: on the educational potential of community music Koopman, Constantijn
2007
os-31 2 p. 151-163
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29 Contemporary music student expectations of musicianship training needs Hannan, Michael
2006
os-31 2 p. 148-158
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30 Correlations between teacher turnover and specific non-pecuniary school characteristics among secondary band and choral programs in a large urban district Robinson, Nicole R.
2018
os-31 2 p. 270-282
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31 Current status of string teacher education at university music teacher training schools in Turkey Göktürk, Dilek
2010
os-31 2 p. 176-192
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32 Descriptions of improvisational thinking by developing jazz improvisers Norgaard, Martin
2017
os-31 2 p. 259-271
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33 Developing effective academic accommodations in higher education: A collaborative decision-making process Hsiao, Feilin
2018
os-31 2 p. 244-258
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34 Developing student autonomy in the one-to-one music lesson McPhail, Graham J.
2013
os-31 2 p. 160-172
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35 Dmitri Borisovich Kabalevsky 1904-1987 Forrest, David
2004
os-31 2 p. 149-162
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36 Drawing a line in water: Constructing the school censorship frame in popular music education Kallio, Alexis Anja
2015
os-31 2 p. 195-209
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37 Drummistic piano composition: an approach to teaching piano composition from a Nigerian cultural perspective Onyeji, Christian
2008
os-31 2 p. 161-175
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38 Earthsongs: Indigenous ways of teaching and learning Kennedy, Mary Copland
2009
os-31 2 p. 169-182
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39 Editorial Brophy, Timothy S.
2009
os-31 2 p. 91-93
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40 Editorial Brophy, Timothy S.
2012
os-31 2 p. 87-88
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41 Editorial 2011
os-31 2 p. 114-115
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42 Editorial Brophy, Timothy S.
2010
os-31 2 p. 115-116
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43 Editorial 2013
os-31 2 p. 129-129
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44 Editorial Johnson, Christopher M.
2007
os-31 2 p. 99-99
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45 Editorial Cheung, Jane
2008
os-31 2 p. 107-108
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46 Editorial Veblen, Kari
2006
os-31 2 p. 99-100
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47 Editor’s Comments Gruhn, Wilfried
2004
os-31 2 p. 91-92
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48 Editor’s comments Lindeman, Carolynn A.
2005
os-31 2 p. 91-92
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49 Educating professional musicians: lessons learned from school music Carruthers, Glen
2008
os-31 2 p. 127-135
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50 Effective partnership working in music education: Principles and practice Hallam, Richard
2011
os-31 2 p. 155-171
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51 Effect of conductor expressivity on ensemble evaluations by nonmusic majors Price, Harry E.
2016
os-31 2 p. 135-142
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52 Effects of articulation styles on perception of modulated tempos in violin excerpts Geringer, John M.
2007
os-31 2 p. 165-176
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53 Effects of the design of written music on the readability for children with dyslexia Flach, Nanke
2016
os-31 2 p. 234-246
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54 Embracing identity: An examination of non-Western music education practices in British Columbia Tuinstra, Beth
2019
os-31 2 p. 286-297
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55 Engagement and skill development through an innovative classroom music program Richmond, James
2016
os-31 2 p. 143-160
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56 Examining the long-term impact of participating in a professional development community of music teacher educators in the USA: An anchor through turbulent transitions Pellegrino, Kristen
2018
os-31 2 p. 145-159
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57 Experienced general music teachers’ instructional decision making Johnson, Daniel C.
2017
os-31 2 p. 189-201
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58 Exploring the influence of body awareness on instrumental sound Dora, Claudia
2019
os-31 2 p. 311-326
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59 Exploring the outcomes of rock and popular music instruction in high school guitar class: a case study Seifried, Scott
2006
os-31 2 p. 168-177
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60 Frank Callaway 1919-2003 Meyer, John
2004
os-31 2 p. 163-184
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61 From the museum to the music classroom: teaching the umrhubhe as an ensemble instrument Dontsa, Luvuyo
2008
os-31 2 p. 177-190
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62 Gaelic singing and oral tradition Sheridan, Mark
2011
os-31 2 p. 172-190
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63 Garage rock bands: a future model for developing musical expertise? Westerlund, Heidi
2006
os-31 2 p. 119-125
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64 Hidden in Plain Sight: A Music Therapist and Music Educator in a Public School District Smith, Jacqueline C.
2018
os-31 2 p. 182-196
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65 HOW TO ADVOCATE FOR MUSIC: Personal stories of music education advocacy Hallam, Susan
2005
os-31 2 p. 144-148
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66 How trainee music teachers learn about teaching by talking to each other: An action research study Cain, Tim
2011
os-31 2 p. 141-154
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67 Improving studio music teaching through understanding learning styles Beheshti, Setareh
2009
os-31 2 p. 107-115
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68 Inclusive pedagogies in music education: a comparative study of music teachers' perspectives from four countries Burnard, Pamela
2008
os-31 2 p. 109-126
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69 Informal and non formal music experience: power, knowledge and learning in music teacher education in Chile Poblete, Carlos
2019
os-31 2 p. 272-285
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70 Informal in formal: The relationship of informal and formal learning in popular and jazz music master workshops in conservatoires Virkkula, Esa
2016
os-31 2 p. 171-185
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71 In Harmony: A technology-based music education model to enhance musical understanding and general learning skills Portowitz, Adena
2014
os-31 2 p. 242-260
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72 Instrument-making as music-making: An ethnographic study of shakuhachi students’ learning experiences Matsunobu, Koji
2013
os-31 2 p. 190-201
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73 Integrating popular music and informal music learning practices: A multiple case study of secondary school music teachers enacting change in music education Vasil, Martina
2019
os-31 2 p. 298-310
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74 Integration, contextualization and continuity: three themes for the development of effective music teacher education programmes Ballantyne, Julie
2007
os-31 2 p. 119-136
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75 Interaction in instrumental learning: the influence of interpersonal dynamics on parents Creech, Andrea
2009
os-31 2 p. 94-106
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76 Keyboard improvisation: a phenomenological study Kingscott, John
2010
os-31 2 p. 127-144
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77 Leo Kestenberg 1882-1962 Gruhn, Wilfried
2004
os-31 2 p. 103-129
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78 Lessons from Lithuania: A pedagogical approach in teaching improvisation Hedden, Debra
2017
os-31 2 p. 289-301
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79 ‘Letting go’: An auto-ethnography of higher degree supervision in music Harrison, Scott D.
2012
os-31 2 p. 99-110
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80 Levels of music performance anxiety and test anxiety of Turkish prospective music teachers in piano exams Guven, Elif
2017
os-31 2 p. 154-164
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81 Making string education culturally responsive: The musical lives of African American children Boon, Ebru Tuncer
2014
os-31 2 p. 135-146
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82 Mandarin Abstracts 2010
os-31 2 p. 204-207
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83 Mandarin Abstracts 2012
os-31 2 p. 177-180
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84 Mandarin Abstracts 2011
os-31 2 p. 205-208
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85 Mandarin abstracts 2013
os-31 2 p. 232-238
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86 Marking the passage of time (2003–2013): Reflections on ISME at its 60th anniversary McCarthy, Marie
2017
os-31 2 p. 272-288
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87 Masculinity and choral singing: An Australian perspective Powell, Sarah J.
2015
os-31 2 p. 233-243
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88 Mentoring and research supervision in music education: Perspectives of Chinese postgraduate students Leong, Samuel
2010
os-31 2 p. 145-158
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89 Mobile learning: Using application Auralbook to learn aural skills Chen, Chi Wai Jason
2015
os-31 2 p. 244-259
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90 “Modern Band” as school music: A case study Byo, James L.
2018
os-31 2 p. 259-269
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91 Musical exploration using ICT in the middle and secondary school classroom Ward, Christopher J.
2009
os-31 2 p. 154-168
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92 Musical interpretation: philosophical and practical issues Silverman, Marissa
2007
os-31 2 p. 101-117
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93 Music brings people together in postwar Kosovo Luzha, Besa
2005
os-31 2 p. 149-151
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94 Music education in Montessori schools: An exploratory study of school directors’ perceptions in the United States Rajan, Rekha S.
2017
os-31 2 p. 227-238
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95 Music education in Puerto Rican elementary schools: A study from the perspective of music teachers López-León, Ricardo
2015
os-31 2 p. 146-162
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96 Musicians as instrumental music teachers: Issues from an Australian perspective Watson, Amanda
2010
os-31 2 p. 193-203
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97 Music in education is education for life Yick-Ming, Rosanna Wong
2005
os-31 2 p. 107-109
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98 Music in essential learning frameworks in Australian schools Forrest, David
2012
os-31 2 p. 148-160
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99 Music teachers’ action research and the development of Big K knowledge Cain, Tim
2010
os-31 2 p. 159-175
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100 Music teachers and their implementation of the new Music Curriculum Standards in China Yu, Zhuo
2019
os-31 2 p. 178-197
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101 Music without a music specialist: A primary school story de Vries, Peter A.
2015
os-31 2 p. 210-221
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102 Neuroscience meets music education: Exploring the implications of neural processing models on music education practice Collins, Anita
2013
os-31 2 p. 217-231
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103 Note from the Editors Lum, Chee-Hoo
2019
os-31 2 p. 177
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104 One-to-one pedagogy: Developing a protocol for illuminating the nature of teaching in the conservatoire Carey, Gemma
2013
os-31 2 p. 148-159
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105 Online music collaboration project: Digitally mediated, deterritorialized music education Cremata, Radio
2017
os-31 2 p. 302-315
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106 Parental involvement and home environment in music: Current and former students from selected community music programs in Brazil and the United States Barnes, Gail V.
2016
os-31 2 p. 208-218
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107 Pedagogical ideas on sonic, mediated, and virtual musical landscapes: Teaching hip hop in a university classroom Dhokai, Niyati
2012
os-31 2 p. 111-119
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108 Peer learning and reflection: strategies developed by vocal students in a transforming tertiary setting Latukefu, Lotte
2009
os-31 2 p. 128-142
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109 Perceptions of playing-related discomfort/pain among tertiary string students: A general overview of contributing factors Waters, Megan
2019
os-31 2 p. 226-242
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110 “Playing it like a professional”: Approaches to ensemble direction in tertiary institutions Harrison, Scott
2013
os-31 2 p. 173-189
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111 Pop and world music in Dutch music education: two cases of authentic learning in music teacher education and secondary music education Evelein, Frits
2006
os-31 2 p. 178-187
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112 Popular music education in and for itself, and for ‘other’ music: current research in the classroom Green, Lucy
2006
os-31 2 p. 101-118
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113 Popular music in American teacher education: A glimpse into a secondary methods course Davis, Sharon G.
2011
os-31 2 p. 124-140
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114 Popular music in Malaysia: education from the outside Shah, Shahanum Mohamad
2006
os-31 2 p. 132-139
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115 Professional orchestral conductors’ use of selected teaching behaviors in rehearsal Whitaker, Jennifer A.
2017
os-31 2 p. 165-174
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116 Remote music: how it happens in Western Australia’s Pilbara Younghusband, Peter
2005
os-31 2 p. 159-163
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117 Re-thinking Western Art Music: a perspective shift for music educators Drummond, John
2010
os-31 2 p. 117-126
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118 Secondary choral directors’ multicultural teaching practices, attitudes and experiences in international schools Bennett Walling, Catherine
2016
os-31 2 p. 196-207
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119 Self-efficacy of pre-school and primary school pre-service teachers in musical ability and music teaching Burak, Sabahat
2019
os-31 2 p. 257-271
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120 Shaping interpersonal learning in the jazz improvisation lesson: Observing a dynamic systems approach de Bruin, Leon Rene
2018
os-31 2 p. 160-181
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121 Singing and cultural understanding: A music education perspective Ilari, Beatriz
2013
os-31 2 p. 202-216
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122 “Something to live for”: Weekly singing classes at a Chinese university for retirees Southcott, Jane
2018
os-31 2 p. 283-296
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123 Songcrafting: A teacher’s perspective of collaborative inquiry and creation of classroom practice Muhonen, Sari
2014
os-31 2 p. 185-202
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124 Student and instructor behaviors in online music lessons: An exploratory study Dye, Keith
2016
os-31 2 p. 161-170
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125 Student for student: Peer learning in music higher education Reid, Anna
2015
os-31 2 p. 222-232
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126 Talent development in Chinese and Swiss music students Petersen, Suse
2018
os-31 2 p. 230-243
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127 Teachers’ views of constructivist theory: A qualitative study illuminating relationships between epistemological understanding and music teaching practice Cleaver, David
2014
os-31 2 p. 228-241
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128 Teaching popular music in Finland: what's up, what's ahead? Väkevä, Lauri
2006
os-31 2 p. 126-131
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129 The danger of music education advocacy Reimer, Bennett
2005
os-31 2 p. 139-142
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130 The differences between novice and expert group-piano teaching strategies: A case study and comparison of beginning group piano classes Pike, Pamela D.
2014
os-31 2 p. 213-227
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131 The effects of language on English language learners’ music preferences Gosselin, Pei-Ying Lin
2017
os-31 2 p. 216-226
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132 The five improvisation ‘brains’: A pedagogical model for jazz improvisation at high school and the undergraduate level Monk, Augusto
2012
os-31 2 p. 89-98
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133 The history of Korean school music education Choi, Mi-Young
2007
os-31 2 p. 137-149
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134 The impact of formal and informal learning on students’ improvisational processes Augustyniak, Sylvana
2014
os-31 2 p. 147-158
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135 The music materials in early childhood education: A descriptive study in Galicia (Spain) Rodríguez, Jesús Rodríguez
2017
os-31 2 p. 139-153
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136 The nature of music Peretz, Isabelle
2005
os-31 2 p. 103-105
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137 The pedagogical value of Léo Brouwer’s Études Simples: A perspective on preserving an exquisite, yet neglected custom Kronenberg, Clive W.
2013
os-31 2 p. 130-147
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138 The role of initial attack and performer expertise on instrument identification Cassidy, Jane W.
2016
os-31 2 p. 186-195
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139 The role of parents in the perfectionistic tendencies of university music students Botha, Madaleen
2018
os-31 2 p. 217-229
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140 The use of gestural modes to enhance expressive conducting at all levels of entering behavior through the use of illustrators, affect displays and regulators Mathers, Andrew
2009
os-31 2 p. 143-153
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141 Toward authentic electronic music in the curriculum: Connecting teaching to current compositional practices Martin, Jeffrey
2012
os-31 2 p. 120-132
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142 Toward hip-hop pedagogies for music education Kruse, Adam J.
2016
os-31 2 p. 247-260
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143 To what question(s) is music education advocacy the answer? Bowman, Wayne
2005
os-31 2 p. 125-129
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144 Troubling Whiteness: Music education and the “messiness” of equity work Hess, Juliet
2018
os-31 2 p. 128-144
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145 Turning experience into learning: Educational contributions of collaborative peer songwriting during music therapy training Baker, Felicity
2012
os-31 2 p. 133-147
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146 Using rap and Jamaican dance hall music in the secondary music classroom Minott, Mark
2008
os-31 2 p. 137-145
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147 Using technology to engage third-age (retired) leisure learners: A case study of a third-age MIDI piano ensemble Pike, Pamela D.
2011
os-31 2 p. 116-123
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148 Using the elements of cooperative learning in school band classes in the United States Whitener, John L.
2016
os-31 2 p. 219-233
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149 Vernacular music-making and education O'flynn, John
2006
os-31 2 p. 140-147
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150 We are musical Welch, Graham F.
2005
os-31 2 p. 117-120
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151 What are you doing the rest of your life? A profile of Jazz/Contemporary Voice graduates Bartlett, Irene
2018
os-31 2 p. 197-216
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152 What ISME believes: advocacy for music education 2005
os-31 2 p. 183-184
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153 WHERE AND WHAT: Resources, tips and support information for music education advocacy Leung, Bo Wah
2005
os-31 2 p. 166-174
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154 Why Chinese people play Western classical music: Transcultural roots of music philosophy Huang, Hao
2012
os-31 2 p. 161-176
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155 WHY MUSIC? Essays on the importance of music education and advocacy Mark, Michael L.
2005
os-31 2 p. 94-98
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156 Why study music? Hodges, Donald A.
2005
os-31 2 p. 111-115
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157 With the eye and the ear—analytical and intuitive approaches in piano playing by Finnish teacher candidates Ketovuori, Mikko
2015
os-31 2 p. 133-145
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158 Work ethic, motivation, and parental influences in Chinese and North American children learning to play the piano Comeau, Gilles
2015
os-31 2 p. 181-194
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159 World sounds through universal fellowship: linking African sounds through collaborative networking Klopper, Christopher
2005
os-31 2 p. 153-158
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160 50 Years of ISME: Four Honorary Presidents - Some Reflections on the Past, Present and Future Elliott, David J.
2004
os-31 2 p. 93-101
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161 Zoltán Kodály 1882-1967 Ittzés, Mihály
2004
os-31 2 p. 131-147
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