- Title Pages
- About the authors
- Chapter 1 Frames of reference and the origins of the study
- Chapter 2 Initial music learning and practice
- Chapter 3 Early progress in music performance
- Chapter 4 ‘For how long can you expect a child to blow into a French horn?’
- Chapter 5 From childhood participation to adulthood involvement and experiences
- Chapter 6 Anthony and Alistair: a smooth progression to talent?
- Chapter 7 Lily and Bryan: exits and entrances in musical lives
- Chapter 8 A family dynamic
- Chapter 9 Tristram: speaking about my own musical life, development, and identity
- Chapter 10 Sarah: speaking about my own musical life, development, and identity
- Chapter 11 Music in our lives: a developmental explanation
- Chapter 12 Musical transactions, the power of expression, and the self-regulation of musical development
- Music In Our Lives: Rethinking Musical Ability, Development, and Identity
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