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    • Dalcroze Eurhythmics

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    • Music education

    • Music education is a field of study associated with the teaching and learning of music. It touches on all learning domains, including the psychomotor domain (the development of skills), the cognitive domain (the acquisition of knowledge), and, in particular and significant ways, the affective domain (the learner's will ... Read »


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    • Music learning theory

    • The field of music education contains a number of learning theories that specify how students learn music based on behavioral and cognitive psychology. While formal music education has roots going at least as far back as the Hebrews in Egypt or the ancient Greeks, challenges arose as music became more specialized ... Read »


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    • Online music education

    • Online music education is a recent development in the field of music education consisting of the application of new technologies associated with distance learning and online education for the purpose of teaching and learning music in an online environment mediated by computers and the internet. The origins of online m ... Read »


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    • Popular music pedagogy

    • Popular music pedagogy — alternatively called popular music education, rock music pedagogy, or rock music education — is a development in music education consisting of the systematic teaching and learning of popular music both inside and outside formal classroom settings. Popular music pedagogy tends to empha ... Read »


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    • AP Music Theory

    • Advanced Placement Music Theory (or AP Music Theory, AP Jams, AP Music, or even Music AP) is a course and examination offered in the United States by the College Board as part of the Advanced Placement Program to high school students who wish to earn credit for a college level music theory course. Some of the mate ... Read »


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    • Music appreciation

    • Music appreciation is teaching people what to listen for and how to understand what they are hearing in different types of music. In North America, music appreciation courses often focus on Western art music, commonly called "Classical music". Usually music appreciation classes involve some history lessons to explain w ... Read »


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    • Arban method

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      The Arban Method (La grande méthode complète de cornet à piston et de saxhorn par Arban) is a complete pedagogical method for students of trumpet, cornet, and other brass instruments. The original edition was published by Jean-Baptiste Arban sometime before 1859 and is currently in print. It contains hundreds ... Read »


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    • Bachelor of Music

    • Bachelor of Music is an academic degree awarded by a college, university, or conservatory upon completion of program of study in music. In the United States, it is a professional degree, and the majority of work consists of prescribed music courses and study in applied music, usually requiring proficiency in performing ... Read »


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    • Basic Concepts in Music Education

    • Basic Concepts in Music Education is a landmark work published in 1958 as the Fifty-Seventh Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. In 1954, the Music Educators National Conference (MENC) had formed its Commission on Basic Concepts in an attempt to seek a more soundly-based philosophical foundation ... Read »


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    • Bicinium

    • In music of the Renaissance and early Baroque eras, a bicinium (pl. bicinia) was a composition for only two parts, especially one for the purpose of teaching counterpoint or singing. The term has had two usages in music history: The term was first used in Poland, by Jan z Lublina in a treatise of 1540. Volumes of bic ... Read »


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    • Birdland, A History of Jazz

    • Birdland is a Danish animated television series produced and directed by Jannik Hastrup. A flamingo couple dance under the moon at night, only to awaken a grumpy parrot who steals a crescent moon. The birds fight over the moon over the course of the episode, until the parrot gets the moon only to turn out to be th ... Read »


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    • The Biscuit Brothers

    • The Biscuit Brothers is a half-hour Emmy-award winning television program produced in Austin, Texas. It first went on the air in Austin, Texas in 2004 and then premiered nationwide in 2005. The show uses a mixture of live-action, puppetry, and animation to teach music and cultural communication through music to childre ... Read »


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    • California College of Music

    • California College of Music (abbreviated CCM) is a contemporary popular music school in Pasadena, in Los Angeles County, California. It opened its doors in 1998 as the Pasadena International Music Academy, and changed its name to California College of Music in 2008. It currently offers six-quarter Associate of Arts deg ... Read »


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    • Pat Carey (musician)

    • Pat Carey (musician)

      Patrick Leonard Carey (born 1960) is an award-winning Canadian baritone and tenor saxophonist, clarinetist, vocalist and is best known for his longstanding association with the Downchild Blues Band. Pat Carey, originally from The Pas, Manitoba, was born into a musical family. At the age of six he began his early m ... Read »


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    • Chord Board

    • The Chord Board is a color-coded slide rule that displays the notes necessary to form or transpose chords in music. The multi-colored chart is a 2-octave piano keyboard with numbered note positions ~ and a center slide that displays the notes. Created on the island of Oahu, Hawaii and registered in 1979 by Martin H. Sa ... Read »


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    • Clinic (music)

    • A musical clinic is an informal meeting with a guest musician, where a small-to-medium-sized audience questions the musician's styles and techniques and also how to improve their own skill. The musician might perform an entire piece, or demonstrate certain techniques for the audience to observe. The objective is for t ... Read »


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    • Collaborative piano

    • Collaborative piano is a discipline of music that combines piano performance, accompaniment, and music pedagogy. Andrews University Arizona State University Azusa Pacific University Ball State University Bard College Conservatory of Music Baylor University Benjamin T. Rome School of Music Binghamton Univers ... Read »


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    • Comprehensive Musicianship

    • In 1965 the Seminar on Comprehensive Musicianship was held at Northwestern University. Its purpose was to develop and implement means of improving the education of music teachers. In 1967 a symposium was held at Airlie House (a conference center) in Warrenton, Virginia to discuss means of evaluating comprehensive music ... Read »


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    • Concert Companion

    • The Concert Companion was a hand-held device intended to enhance concert experiences by presenting information that complements the music while the music is being performed. Using wireless technology, the Concert Companion delivered explanatory text, program notes and video images in real time with the music. The Conce ... Read »


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    • Dalcroze Eurhythmics

    • Dalcroze Eurhythmics, also known as the Dalcroze Method or simply eurhythmics, is one of several developmental approaches including the Kodaly Method, Orff Schulwerk and Suzuki Method used to teach music to students. Eurhythmics was developed in the early 20th century by Swiss musician and educator Émile Jaques-Dalc ... Read »


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    • Doctor of Musical Arts

    • The Doctor of Musical Arts degree (D.M.A.) is a doctoral academic degree in music. The D.M.A. combines advanced studies in an applied area of specialization (usually music performance, music composition, conducting, or music education) with graduate-level academic study in subjects such as music history, music theory, ... Read »


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    • Ear training

    • Ear training or aural skills is a skill by which musicians learn to identify, solely by hearing, pitches, intervals, melody, chords, rhythms, and other basic elements of music. The application of this skill is analogous to taking dictation in written/spoken language. As a process, ear training is in essence the inverse ... Read »


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    • Essay on the fingering of the violoncello and on the conduct of the bow

    • Essay on the fingering of the violoncello and on the conduct of the bow

      Jean-Louis Duport (4 October 1749 – 7 September 1819), sometimes known as Duport the Younger to distinguish him from his older brother (and teacher) Jean-Pierre (1741-1818), was a cellist, pedagogue, and composer. He is perhaps best known today for his 21 études for solo cello that constitute the final part ... Read »


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    • Exploring Music

    • Exploring Music

      Exploring Music is an internationally syndicated radio program featuring classical music, with commentary and analysis by host Bill McGlaughlin. It is a daily, one-hour show with a single in-depth theme each week. The show, which debuted in 2003, is produced by WFMT Radio Network. Exploring Music is in many ways the he ... Read »


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    • Faculty of Music

    • A faculty is a division within a university or college comprising one subject area, or a number of related subject areas. In American usage such divisions are generally referred to as colleges (e.g., "college of arts and sciences") or schools (e.g., "school of business"), but may also mix terminology (e.g., Harvard Uni ... Read »


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    • First Prize (music diploma)

    • A First Prize diploma in music (French: Premier Prix) is a high honor Diploma of Musical Studies, typically in performance or composition. It is awarded by European music conservatories and European-styled conservatories elsewhere. A First Prize diploma does not denote first in class, but rather, a very high level of a ... Read »


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    • Flute circle

    • A flute circle is an organization of musicians which focuses on the Native American flute. Flute circles typically meet periodically to engage in educational and recreational activities surrounding the instrument. Most flute circles offer instruction on the Native American flute, especially for flutists who are new to ... Read »


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    • Flute method

    • Flute

      In music, a Flute method is a kind of specific textbook style manual for playing the flute. It usually contains fingering charts and/or scales and numerous different exercises, sometimes also simple etudes, in different keys, in ascending order as to difficulty (= in methodical progression) or with a focus on isolated ... Read »


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    • List of former students of the Conservatoire de Paris


    • Gassenhauer

    • Gassenhauer nach Hans Neusiedler (1536), commonly known as Gassenhauer (pronounced [ˈɡasn̩ˌhaʊ̯ɐ]), is a short piece from Carl Orff's Schulwerk. As the full title indicates, it is either an arrangement of, or inspired by, a much older work by the lutenist Hans Neusiedler from 1536. It (along with s ... Read »


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    • Gebrauchsmusik

    • Gebrauchsmusik (German pronunciation: [ɡəˈbʁaʊ̯ksmuˌziːk]) is a German term, meaning "utility music", for music that exists not only for its own sake, but which was composed for some specific, identifiable purpose. This purpose can be a particular historical event, like a political rally or a mi ... Read »


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    • Gordon music learning theory

    • Gordon Music Learning Theory is a model for music education based on Edwin Gordon's research on musical aptitude and achievement in the greater field of music learning theory. The theory is an explanation of music learning, based on audiation and students' individual musical differences. The theory uses the concepts of ... Read »


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    • Hip-hop based education

    • Hip-hop based education (HHBE) refers to the use of hip-hop, especially rap songs and lyrics, as curricular resources. Integrating hip-hop into academic curriculum gives youth more interest in education and promotes literacy. HHBE advocates believe that hip-hop can be used in classrooms to inspire youth to be agents o ... Read »


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    • Jazz education

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    • Kiosko

    • Kiosko was an unsold television pilot for a multicultural music education television series for children produced by KPBS television in San Diego, California. It was nominated in 2008 for an Emmy award under the Children's Program or Special Category, Pacific Southwest Chapter of the National Television Academy. The s ... Read »


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    • Kodály method


    • List of music students by teacher: A to B

    • This is a list of students of music, organized by teacher. Rosalina Sackstein Theorists Composers Other Harold Bauer This is a list of some of the notable people who studied with French music teacher Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979). Neither Boulanger nor Annette Dieudonné, her lifelon ... Read »


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    • List of music students by teacher: C to F

    • This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher. John Horman, Peter Liewen, Howard Quilling, Barbara Hirsch Citations ... Read »


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    • List of music students by teacher: G to J

    • This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher. Composers Musicologists David Grunschlag Citations ... Read »


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    • List of music students by teacher: K to M

    • This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher. University of Michigan University of Oregon Klein (1793–1832), mostly self-taught Piano assistants: Daan Manneke As well as being a prominent composer, the Frenchman Olivier Messiaen was a noted teacher of musical analysis, ha ... Read »


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    • List of music students by teacher: N to Q

    • This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher. Also known to his students as "Pak Cokro". Citations ... Read »


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    • List of music students by teacher: R to S

    • This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher. Sopranos Mezzo-sopranos Contralto Tenors Baritones Basses See University of California, San Diego Yale (while visiting professor) Ray Luke Heinrich Schütz, often called the "father of German music," (Of German music: a sympo ... Read »


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    • List of music students by teacher: T to Z

    • This is the end of a list of students of music, organized by teacher. Tomášek (1774 – 1850, also 'Tomaschek'), autodidact Citations ... Read »


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    • Master class

    • A master class is a class given to students of a particular discipline by an expert of that discipline—usually music, but also painting, drama, any of the arts, or on any other occasion where skills are being developed. The difference between a normal class and a master class is typically the setup. In a mast ... Read »


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    • Master of Music

    • The Master of Music (M.M. or M.Mus.) is, as an academic title, the first graduate degree in Music awarded by universities and music conservatories. The M.Mus. combines advanced studies in an applied area of specialization (usually music performance, composition, or conducting) with graduate-level academic study in subj ... Read »


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    • Method (music)

    • In music, a method is a kind of textbook for a specified musical instrument or a selected problem of playing a certain instrument. A method usually contains fingering charts or tablatures, etc., scales and numerous different exercises, sometimes also simple etudes, in different keys, in ascending order as to difficult ... Read »


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    • Microjazz

    • Microjazz is a long-running series of sheet music publications by New Zealand-born British pianist and composer Christopher Norton. The series is published by Boosey & Hawkes. Based on classical technique yet using popular contemporary styles such as jazz, blues, rock 'n' roll and funk, Microjazz aims to "develop musi ... Read »


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    • Educational music

    • Educational music, is a genre of music in which songs, lyrics, or other musical elements are used as a method of teaching and/or learning. It has been shown in research to promote learning. Additionally, music study in general has been shown to improve academic performance of students. Music used for learning can be i ... Read »


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    • Music advocacy

    • Music education is a field of study associated with the teaching and learning of music. It touches on all learning domains, including the psychomotor domain (the development of skills), the cognitive domain (the acquisition of knowledge), and, in particular and significant ways, the affective domain (the learner's will ... Read »


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    • Music education for young children

    • Music education for young children is an educational program introducing children in a playful manner to singing, speech, music, motion and organology. It is a subarea of music education. There are many benefits that music provides for children as they continue to grow. The benefits that young children acquire thr ... Read »


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    • Music examination

    • Music examinations are a method of formally assessing the accomplishments of pupils learning musical instruments. These are called grades. Although there are music examinations available to school and university students alongside other regular qualifications and assessments, there are also a number of independent bod ... Read »


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    • Music jury

    • A music jury is a final performance by a music student for a panel of jurors, usually consisting of faculty of the institution. Students attend private lessons throughout the year, and they perform at the end of a semester or the year, to illustrate progress before the panel. Both cited references no longer exist. ... Read »


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    • Music lesson

    • Music lessons are a type of formal instruction in playing a musical instrument or singing. Typically, a student taking music lessons meets a music teacher for one-on-one training sessions ranging from 30 minutes to one hour in length over a period of weeks or years. For vocal lessons, teachers show students how to sit ... Read »


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    • Music Medals

    • Music Medals are QCA-accredited music assessments and teaching resources offered by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and aimed at younger learners. They are available to all schools and Music Services that register as Music Medals Partners. There are five progressive levels available - Copper, Bronze ... Read »


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    • Music-related memory

    • Musical memory refers to the ability to remember music-related information, such as melodic content and other progressions of tones or pitches. The differences found between linguistic memory and musical memory have led researchers to theorize that musical memory is encoded differently from language and may constitute ... Read »


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    • Musikalisches Würfelspiel


    • Numerical sight-singing

    • Numerical sight-singing, an alternative to the solfege system of sight-singing, is a musical notation system that numbers the diatonic scale with the numbers one through eight (or, alternately, one to seven, with the octave again being one). In this system, 1 is always the root or origin, but the scale being represent ... Read »


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    • Orff Schulwerk

    • The Orff Schulwerk, or simply the Orff Approach, is a developmental approach used in music education. It combines music, movement, drama, and speech into lessons that are similar to child's world of play. It was developed by the German composer Carl Orff (1895–1982) and colleague Gunild Keetman during the 1920s. C ... Read »


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    • Orgelkids

    • Orgelkids (Dutch, "organkids") is an educational project meant to familiarize and educate children with the pipe organ musical instrument. The project was initiated in the Netherlands in 2009 by Lydia Vroegindeweij and is directed towards cultural legacy and music education. Initially the project consisted of a website ... Read »


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    • Piano pedagogy

    • Piano pedagogy is the study of the teaching of piano playing. Whereas the professional field of music education pertains to the teaching of music in school classrooms or group settings, piano pedagogy focuses on the teaching of musical skills to individual piano students. This is often done via private or semiprivate i ... Read »


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    • Playing by ear

    • "Playing by ear" is a term describing the ability of an instrumental musician to reproduce a piece of music they have heard, without having observed another musician play it or having seen the sheet music notation. It is the most common way to learn to play a musical instrument in cultures and musical that do not use m ... Read »


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    • Psalmist movement

    • Psalmist movement is a term that covers a period of mass musical education in Britain having its roots in the dissenting congregational church singing organisations of late 18th century in regional Scotland and Northern England, which, by the mid-19th century, was to become a vibrant metropolitan cultural institution, ... Read »


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    • Recorder (educational uses)

    • The recorder is a woodwind musical instrument of the family which includes the tin whistle. The recorder is end-blown and the mouth of the instrument is constricted by a wooden plug, known as a block or fipple. It is distinguished from other members of the family by having holes for seven fingers (the lower one or two ... Read »


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    • Research in Music Education

    • In A Guide to Research in Music Education, Phelps, Ferrara and Goolsby define research as the identification and isolation of a problem into a workable plan; the implementation of that plan to collect the data needed; and the synthesis, interpretation and presentation of the collected information into some format which ... Read »


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    • Rhythm band

    • The rhythm band is one of the primary methods of introducing children to playing music. Children are given maracas, tambourines, bells, rhythm sticks and other idiophones with which to beat out a simple rhythm while the teacher plays a song, usually on the piano. Alternatively, the teacher does not play a melody but al ... Read »


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    • S.P.I.T. (music)

    • S.P.I.T. or sometimes simply called SPIT is a methodology, or specific way of learning musical improvisation. The letters S.P.I.T. is an acronym for Scale, Pattern, Inversion, and Triad and usually pertains to the first four chord types which include Major 7, Dominant 7, Minor 7, and Half-Diminished expressed in all tw ... Read »


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    • List of university and college schools of music

    • This is a list of university and college schools of music by country. For the main article about university and college schools of music, see music school. http://music.suda.edu.cn/cn/]] Wynton house of music Music Society Of Nigeria, MUSON 8/9 marina, Onikan Lagos, Nigeria Uganda Music Academy https://www.face ... Read »


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    • Music school

    • A music school is an educational institution specialized in the study, training and research of music. Such an institution can also be known as a school of music, music academy, music faculty, college of music, music department (of a larger institution), conservatory or conservatoire. Instruction includes training in t ... Read »


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    • School band

    • A school band is a group of student musicians who rehearse and perform instrumental music together. A concert band is usually under the direction of one or more conductors (band directors). A school band consists of woodwind instruments, brass instruments and percussion instruments, although upper level bands may also ... Read »


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    • Singing Matters

    • Singing Matters by Patrick Allen (music educator), which won the Times Educational Supplement/Educational Publishers Council Secondary Schoolbook Award in 1999, is the most influential and widely used classroom singing resource in the United Kingdom. Published by Heinemann in 1997 it broke new ground in the following w ... Read »


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    • Singing school

    • O, tell me young friends, while the morning's fair and cool, O where, tell me where, shall I find your singing school. You'll find it under the tall oak where the leaves do shake and blow, You'll find a half hundred a-singing faw, sol, [law]. A singing school is a school in which students are taught to sightread vocal ... Read »


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    • SIUC School of Music

    • SIUC School of Music

      The Southern Illinois University (SIUC) School of Music aka SOM is part of the College of Liberal Arts, and a focal point of cultural learning and activity at SIUC. Housed in Altgeld Hall (built in 1896), the Old Baptist Foundation Building and Shryock Auditorium, the School of Music is central to the campus both geogr ... Read »


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    • Sonic postcards

    • Sonic Postcards was an educational sound art recording project first conducted within UK primary schools in which children recorded their local environment and constructed short "sonic postcard" musique concrète pieces. Sonic Postcards was awarded the New Statesman New Media Award for education in 2006. It was run b ... Read »


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    • Suzuki method

    • The Suzuki method is an internationally known music curriculum & teaching philosophy dating from the mid-20th century, created by Japanese violinist and pedagogue Shinichi Suzuki (1898–1998). The method aims to create an environment for learning music which parallels the linguistic environment of acquiring a nativ ... Read »


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    • Takadimi

    • Takadimi is a system devised by Richard Hoffman, William Pelto, and John W. White in 1996 in order to teach rhythm skills. Takadimi, while utilizing rhythmic symbols borrowed from classical South Indian carnatic music, differentiates itself from this method by focusing the syllables on meter and on western tonal rhythm ... Read »


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    • Tonal memory

    • In music, tonal memory or "aural recall" is the ability to recall a previously sounded tone. Tonal memory assists with staying in tune and may be developed through ear training. Extensive tonal memory may be recognized as an indication of potential compositional ability. Tonal memory may be used as a strategy for lear ... Read »


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    • Tonkunst

    • Tonkunst, literally "The Art of Tone", is an obsolete term in the German language applied for art music of the 19th century, and often used in music history and musical aesthetic representations. It probably originated from the need to give the music a place among the classical arts like architecture, sculpture, painti ... Read »


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    • Women in music education

    • Women in music education describes the role of women musicians, conductors, teachers and educational administrators in music education at the elementary school and secondary education levels. While music critics argued in the 1880s that "...women lacked the innate creativity to compose good music" due to "biological pr ... Read »


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    • The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra


    • Zen of Screaming

    • The Zen of Screaming is an instructional DVD by Melissa Cross, a vocal coach whose speciality is "unclean" vocal techniques such as growled or screamed found in extreme metal and other styles of music. In contrast, "clean" vocals are relatively more conventional singing techniques. The DVD is intended to help vocalist ... Read »


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