Routledge Music Companions: The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology, and Education

Editors: King, Andrew, Himonides, Evangelos and Ruthmann, S. Alex
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 978-1-13-892138-2
Category: Arts & Leisure - Music
Image Count: 28
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Sept 2021
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The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology, and Education is a comprehensive resource that draws together burgeoning research on the use of technology in music education around the world. This companion considers technology, musicianship, and pedagogy from a philosophical, theoretical, and empirically-driven perspective, offering an essential overview of current scholarship while providing support for future research.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Preface
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Part I: Contexts
  • 1. Digital Aletheia: Technology, Culture and the Arts in Education - Andrew Burn
  • 2. Instrument Technology: Bones, Tones, Phones, and Beyond - Tae Hong Park
  • 3. Cognition and Technology for Instrumental Music Learning - Marc Leman and Luc Nijs
  • 4. Learning from Live Coding - Pamela Burnard, Franziska Florack, Alan F. Blackwell, Samuel Aaron and Carrie Anne Philbin
  • 5. The Sounds of Music - Leigh Landy
  • 6. For What It's Worth - Teresa Dillon
  • 7. Gendered Perspectives - Victoria Armstrong
  • 8. Technology, SEN and EY - Evangelos Himonides, Adam Ockelford and Angela Voyajolu
  • 9. ICT in Music Education - William I. Bauer and Hiromichi Mito
  • Part II: Real Worlds
  • 10. Game Technology in the Music Classroom - Andrew Brown
  • 11. Audio and Education - Kyle P. Snyder
  • 12. Music Production: Education and Industry - Andrew King
  • 13. The Painting of Sound - Jonathan Savage
  • 14. Improvisation - Matthew Sansom
  • 15. The Laptop Orchestra - Ge Wang
  • 16. Popular Music and Technology in the Secondary School - Bradley Merrick
  • 17. Young Children's Potentialities as Music-Makers - Vicky Charisi
  • 18. Young Offenders - Jennie Henley
  • 19. Multimodal Environments for Learning - Serena Zanolla, Antonio Camurri, Corrado Canepa, Paolo Coletta, and Gualtiero Volpe
  • Part III: Virtual Worlds
  • 20. Media - Jordan Mroziak
  • 21. Social Networks as Agency in Music Learning - Janice Waldron
  • 22. Musical Making - Eric Rosenbaum
  • 23. Video Games - Evan S. Tobias and Jared O'Leary
  • 24. Transnational Collaboration - Andrea Giráldez and David Carabias
  • 25. Virtual Choirs - David Howard
  • 26. Researching Virtual Music Worlds - Kari Veblen and Nathan B. Kruse
  • Part IV: Developing and Supporting Musicianship
  • 27. TPACK and Music Teacher Education - Marina Gall
  • 28. Technology and Group Teaching - Cynthia Stephens-Himonides and Martha Hilley
  • 29. Professional Development for Music Teachers - Samuel Leong
  • 30. Music Therapy - Adam Patrick Bell
  • 31. Research Training - Paul Draper
  • 32. Creative Interaction - Al McNichol, Michael Clarke and Lesley-Anne Pearson
  • 33. Harmony and Technology-Enhanced Learning - Simon Holland
  • 34. Preserving Music Cultural Heritage - Federica Bressan and Sergio Canazza
  • 35. Disruptive Performance Technologies - Clint Randles
  • 36. Beyond the Classroom - Cynthia Stephens-Himonides and Martha Hilley
  • 37. Music Technology and Response Measurement - Evangelos Himonides