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College Music Curricula for a New Century
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College Music Curricula for a New Century

Robin D. Moore

Abstract

This volume considers what a more inclusive, dynamic, and socially engaged curriculum of musical study might look like in universities. Its goal is to create dialogue among faculty, administrators, and students about what the future of college music instruction should be and how to transition to new paradigms. Critiques and calls for reform have existed for decades, but few publications have offered concrete suggestions as to how things might be done differently. This book suggests new concepts or guiding principles that might be used to reconceive applied music education at the university lev ... More

Keywords: university musical instruction, curriculum reform, new guiding principles, music and community, music and global awareness, practical concerns of aspiring musicians, music and social justice, creative, student-driven curricula

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2017 Print ISBN-13: 9780190658397
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2017 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190658397.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Robin D. Moore, editor
The University of Texas at Austin

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Contents

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Chapter 1 Introduction

Robin D. Moore

Institutional Structures

Chapter 3 Finding a Balance

Victoria Lindsay Levine and Emily Kohut

Case Studies

Disciplinary and Professional Experiments

Chapter 10 Embodied Pedagogy

Sonia Tamar Seeman

Best Practices, New Models

Chapter 13 Progressive Trends in Curricular Change

Robin D. Moore with Juan Agudelo, Katie Chapman, Carlos Dávalos, Hannah Durham, Myranda Harris, and Creighton Moench

Chapter 14 Sample Curricular Models

Robin D. Moore with Juan Agudelo, Katie Chapman, Carlos Dávalos, Hannah Durham, Myranda Harris, and Creighton Moench

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