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Author by : Massimiliano Guido Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-01-06 Publisher by : Taylor & Francis ISBN : 9781317048947 File Size : 55,5 Mb Total Download : 936
In recent years, scholars and musicians have become increasingly interested in the revival of musical improvisation as it was known in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. This historically informed practice is now supplanting the late Romantic view of improvised music as a rhapsodic endeavour—a musical blossoming out of the capricious genius of the player—that dominated throughout the twentieth century. In the Renaissance and Baroque eras, composing in the mind (alla mente) had an important didactic function. For several categories of musicians, the teaching of counterpoint happened almos
Author by : Ajay Heble Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-02-19 Publisher by : Routledge ISBN : 9781317569930 File Size : 46,8 Mb Total Download : 942
This book offers compelling new perspectives on the revolutionary potential of improvisation pedagogy. Bringing together contributions from leading musicians, scholars, and teachers from around the world, the volume articulates how improvisation can breathe new life into old curricula; how it can help teachers and students to communicate more effectively; how it can break down damaging ideological boundaries between classrooms and communities; and how it can help students become more thoughtful, engaged, and activist global citizens. In the last two decades, a growing number of music educators
Author by : Edwin H Case Professor of American Music George E Lewis Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-09-19 Publisher by : Oxford University Press ISBN : 9780195370935 File Size : 44,5 Mb Total Download : 364
Improvisation informs a vast array of human activity, from creative practices in art, dance, music, and literature to everyday conversation and the relationships to natural and built environments that surround and sustain us. The two volumes of the Oxford Handbook of Critical Improvisation Studies gather scholarship on improvisation from an immense range of perspectives, with contributions from more than sixty scholars working in architecture, anthropology, art history, computer science, cognitive science, cultural studies, dance, economics, education, ethnomusicology, film, gender studies, hi
Author by : Ailbhe Kenny Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-04-28 Publisher by : Routledge ISBN : 9781317163459 File Size : 45,9 Mb Total Download : 739
Every day people come together to make music. Whether amateur or professional, young or old, jazz enthusiasts or rock stars, what is common to all of these musical groups is the potential to create communities of musical practice (CoMP). Such communities are created through practices: ways of engaging, rules, membership, roles, identities and learning that is both shared through collective musical endeavour and situated within certain sociocultural contexts. Ailbhe Kenny investigates CoMP as a rich model for community engagement, musical participation and transformation in music education. Thi