Book — 1 online resource (viii, 222 pages) : illustrations. Digital: text file; PDF.
Evaluating music teacher education programmes: epistemological and methodological foundations / José Luis Aróstegui
An integrated Swedish teacher education programma in music / Gunnar Heiling
A bachelor in arts at a teacher training school in southern Mexico / Edith J. Gisneros-Cohernour
Music teacher education in Navarre: from 1995 to 2009 / Ana Laucirica
The curriculum for music educators in La Plata University, Argentina: a case study / Silvia Malbrán
Music in primary education: generalist or specialist teacher / Isabel Carneiro and Teresa Leite
Preparing music teachers in Brazil / Teresa Mateiro
Music vs. education: a report about the music teacher training programme at the University of Granada / José Luis Aróstegui
An agenda for music teacher education / Gunnar Heiling and José Luis Aróstegui.
Educating Music Teachers for the 21st Century discusses a range of teacher education programmes in music across Europe and Latin America reflecting about the shifting conditions, causes and factors in which pre-service teachers construct their musical and educational knowledge. It presents seven case studies carried out in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden in order to understand the general and specific elements of new thinking in music education, and the ways these relate to the profound changes all of these countries are experiencing, within the era of cultural globalisation. In this way, this book does not only analyse specific programmes but also seeks to explore a range of issues relating to the education of music teachers that is of interest both to scholars working within music education and music teacher training, and to a wider educational audience of readers interested in such topics as changing youth cultures, globalisation, educational evaluation and teacher education.
اسئلة واجوبة حول الثقافة الموسيقية : تشمل التكوين الموسيقي جميع المستويات : القواعد، القوال، التاريخ، الموسيقى العربية، موسيقى الشعوب، علم الصوت، فن البالي، الجاز، الموسيقى الاليكترونية، الموسيقى التصويرية
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
Book — xii, 275 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Preface-- List of abbreviations-- Part I. Translator's Introduction--
1. Why study Musica getutscht?--
2. A biography of Sebastian Virdung--
3. The publication history of Musica getutscht--
4. The offspring of Musica getutscht-- Part II. Musica Getutscht:
5. A note on the translation--
6. Sebastian Virdung's Musica getutscht-- Appendix. Transcriptions of documents pertaining to Sebastian Virdung and Musica getutscht-- Notes-- Bibliography-- Index.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Musica getutscht (Basel, 1511) is the earliest printed treatise on musical instruments in the West. Written by a priest and chapel singer named Sebastian Virdung, it provided rudimentary instruction on playing three instruments: the clavichord, the lute and the recorder. This early 'do-it-yourself' manual of instruction not only tells us about music-making in that era, it also illumines other aspects of society in the years just before the Reformation. Its author communicates in a popular style, choosing a mixture of media: a written text in the guise of an informal conversation, coupled with woodcut illustrations and visual aids. Enthusiasts of early music and its performance as well as historians of art, society and the German language will welcome Beth Bullard's substantial introduction and annotations, which help explain the text of this important work and its place in intellectual history. (source: Nielsen Book Data)