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Every child a composer
music education in an evolutionary perspective
VerfasserIn: Bannan, Nicholas
Verfasserangabe: Nicholas Bannan
Jahr: 2019
Verlag: Oxford ; Bern ; Berlin ; Wien, Peter Lang
Mediengruppe: Buch
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This book breaks new ground in drawing on evolutionary psychology in support of advocacy for music education, and the presentation of innovative musical pedagogy. The book adopts the perspective that musical experience is the birthright of all human beings through the decisive role it played in the evolution of our species, the traces of which we carry in our genes. The author draws on scientific developments in acoustics, neuroscience, linguistics, archaeology and anthropology to examine theories that have emerged powerfully during the last twenty years and which argue for the significance of the practice of music as foundational to human culture. This position is examined in parallel with research into how children learn musically, and the role that creative decision making plays in this. A series of strategies is presented that explores collective creativity which draws on vocalisation, the use of gesture, and instinctive responses to harmony to develop musical imagination.
VerfasserIn: Bannan, Nicholas
VerfasserInnenangabe: Nicholas Bannan
Jahr: 2019
Verlag: Oxford ; Bern ; Berlin ; Wien, Peter Lang
Systematik: KM.MH1, KM.MH2, KM.MO21, FS.E
Interessenkreis: Englisch [Sprache]
ISBN: 978-1-7887-4083-8
2. ISBN: 1-7887-4083-1
Beschreibung: 609 Seiten : Illustrationen, Notenbeispiele
Sprache: Englisch
Fußnote: I - Evolutionary musicology and music education Music, evolution and self-expression The vocal basis of human musicality as an evolved phenomenon Music education and creativity II - Musical learning through collective creativity Pedagogy for collective creativity: Introducing Harmony Signing Harmony Signing: Commencing with monophonic work The evolution of polyphony The basis of Harmony Signing: Three-part voice-leading Expanding the harmonic world: Journeys beyond the tonic horizon A notation system for sketching Harmony Signing operations Composing with the Primary Triads Introducing inversions Further exercises to develp scurity of location Expanding the universe via modulation: Exscursions to replacement keys New chords within the Tonic: The secodary Triads of the major scale Free(r) composition: Moving beyond homophony Minor mode signing New short-cuts to modulation, and new destinations The Pandora's box of chronmaticism: The diminished triads and other "portkeys"; modal variants and 12-note music More on 7ths and their implications, 9th chords, and enharmonic relationships Harmony Signing in four (or more) parts Creative Harmony Signing in group composition and improvisation Tje limits of Harmony Signing: What students suggest, and some further directions to explore III - Teaching composition at secondary school Creative pedagogy in practice Developing compositional strategies "What if?" analysis: Creative engagement with existing music Developing an integrated music curriculum that fully embraces creativity
Mediengruppe: Buch