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Title Questioning the music education paradigm / Lee R. Bartel, editor ; dedicatory foreword by Charles Leonhard
Published Toronto : Canadian Music Educators' Association, 2004
Waterloo, ON : Canadian Music Educators' Association, 2004

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Description xvi, 299 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
Series Research to practice ; 2
Research to practice ; 2
Contents Section 1. Questioning how we teach. They are not a blank score / Jennifer Buller Peters -- What kind of social climate do we create in our music classrooms? / Linda Cameron & Katie Carlisle -- From dilemmas to experience : shaping the conditions of learning / Lee Bartel & Linda Cameron -- Put the "play" back in music education / Mary Kennedy -- Music for life : contaminated by peaceful feelings / Latharine Smithrim & Rena Upitis
Section 2. Questioning what we teach and for what we teach. Merely listening / Bennett Reimer -- A "middle ground" : thinking about listening to music in elementary classes / Betty Hanley -- Popular music and the intolerant classroom / Yaroslav Senyshyn -- Music as a lifelong pursuit : educating for a musical life / Renate Zenker -- On behalf of the ugly in music / Richard Marsella -- Conceptualizing new music for young musicians / Bernard W. Andrews
Section 3. Questioning what is expected of teachers and how we teach them. Professional induction : programs and policies for beginning music teachers / Eric Shieh & Colleen Conway -- In the face of tradition : questioning the roles of conductors and ensemble members in school bands, choirs, and orchestras / Joseph Shively -- Teaching the masses or coaching the elite : a comparison of the challenges facing high school music and sports educators / Susan Dill Bruenger
Section 4. Questioning whom we should be teaching. Inclusive music curricula for the 21st century / Fred Seddon -- Music making for everyone / Lee Bartel
Section 5. Questioning our assumptions and structures. Reflecting on music learning and rethinking contexts / Pamela Burnard -- Relating music and affect : an alternative model for structuring music instruction / Bina John -- Swinging back the gender pendulum : addressing boys' needs in music education research and practice / Adam Adler & Scott Harrison -- Philosophy in music education : relevance, re-vision, renewal / Elizabeth Gould
Summary A psychologically-driven interpretation of Wagner's opera, which presents the entire story as a hallucination on the part of Senta, a young woman with mental problems
Notes Opera in three acts
Title in English: The Flying Dutchman
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Credits Set design, Peter Sykora ; video director, Brian Large ; artistic supervision, Wolfgang Wagner
Performer Lisbeth Balslev, Anny Schlemm, Matti Salminen, Robert Schunk, Graham Clark, Simon Estes ; Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus ; Woldemar Nelsson, conductor
Event Filmed in performance at the Bayreuth Festival in 1985
Notes DVD; PCM stereo., DTS 5.1
Sung in German; subtitles in English, French, Spanish or Chinese
Subject Music -- Instruction and study.
Operas.
Author Bartel, Lee Roy, editor
Canadian Music Educators' Association.
Bayreuther Festspiele. Chor.
Bayreuther Festspiele. Orchester.
LC no. 2005570638 2005440507
ISBN 0920630901
9780920630907
Other Titles Flying Dutchman