My Library

University LibraryCatalogue

For faster,
Use Lean
Get it now
Don't show me again

LEADER 00000cam a22003258a 4500 
008    031208s2004    nyua          000 0 eng   
015    GBA4-Z8788 
020    0195171438|q(paperback) 
035    .b28538948 
040    UKM|beng|cUKM|dMIR|dOCLCQ 
082 04 780.71|221 
090    MT1|b.C229 2004 
100 1  Campbell, Patricia Shehan.|0
245 10 Teaching music globally :|bexperiencing music, expressing 
       culture /|cPatricia Shehan Campbell. 
264  1 New York ;|aOxford :|bOxford University Press,|c2004. 
300    xxvii, 258 pages :|billustrations ;|c21 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Global music series. 
505 00 |tCD Track List for the Accompanying Volume, Thinking 
       Musically / |rBonnie C. Wade|gxxiii --|g1.|tCultures, 
       Courses, and Classrooms|g1 --|tSurround-Sound|g1 --|tThose
       Who Can, Teach|g3 --|tLearning Styles of the World's 
       Musicians|g6 --|tLearning Styles of Students in Classrooms
       |g7 --|tOral/Aural Techniques|g9 --|tCurricular Infusions 
       of the World's Musics|g12 --|tSample Course Schedules|g14 
       --|tWorld Music Pedagogy|g26 --|tA Pathway Ahead|g27 --
       |g2.|tA Sound Awareness of Music|g30 --|tDiscovering the 
       Splendors of Sound|g32 --|tGetting the Focus on Music and 
       Culture|g36 --|tOpening the Ear I: Rhythm and Instruments
       |g40 --|tOpening the Ear II: Pitch and Form|g46 --|tLocal 
       and Global Identities|g52 --|g3.|tLearning through 
       Attentive Listening|g54 --|t"Listen-to-Learn" Phases|g54 -
       -|tAttentive Listening Experiences|g55 --|tListening from 
       Near and Far|g89 --|g4.|tLearning through Engaged 
       Listening|g91 --|tParticipatory Consciousness|g91 --
       |tEngaged Listening Experiences|g93 --|tEngaging the 
       Disengaged|g123 --|g5.|tPerformance as Enactive Listening
       |g125 --|tListening as "Means" and Method|g125 --
       |tEnactive Listening Experiences I: Straight from the CD
       |g128 --|tEnactive Listening Experiences II: In the Style 
       of the CD|g155 --|tEnactive Act of Listening|g189 --|g6.
       |tCreating "World Music"|g191 --|tCreating, Re-creating, 
       and Conserving|g192 --|tExtending What's Already There
       |g194 --|tFull-Fledged Composing and Improvising|g196 --
       |tTechniques for Creating "World Music"|g198 --|tMusic's 
       Artistic Inspirations|g210 --|tWorlds of Creative Music
       |g212 --|g7.|tMusic, Cultural Context, and Curricular 
       Integration|g214 --|tMusic-as-Music|g215 --|tMusic-as-
       Culture|g216 --|tMusic in Context|g217 --|tMusic, 
       Integrated|g223 --|tEthnomusicological Issues, Considered
520    Developed in conjunction with Thinking Musically and the 
       culture case studies in the Global Music Series, Teaching 
       Music Globally provides teachers and students of music 
       education with ideas and techniques for engaging their 
       students in the study of the world's musical cultures. 
       Offering a large selection of exercises and activities of 
       varying difficulty, this text is a guide for teachers of 
       elementary through university level students -- in band, 
       choir, general music, orchestra, and any other school 
       music classes -- who seek to establish a comprehensive 
       musical understanding for students living in a global era.
520 80 Teaching Music Globally is packaged with Thinking 
       Musically, which provides the conceptual foundation for 
       exploring music around the world. Thinking Musically 
       discusses the importance of musical instruments, 
       describing their significance in a culture's folklore, 
       religion, and history, and examines how fundamental 
       elements of music -- including rhythm, pitch, and form -- 
       vary in different musical traditions. The 80-minute audio 
       CD packaged with Thinking Musically is also referenced in 
       Teaching Music Globally. Teaching Music Globally and the 
       CD give readers the opportunity to experience steel drum 
       music from Trinidad, Irish jigs and reels, an ensemble 
       piece for Peruvian panpipes, excerpts of Mexican mariachi 
       music, gamelan music from Bali and Java, and choral pieces
       from Bulgaria, South Africa, the Pacific Islands, and the 
       African-American experience. The book and CD also include 
       Navajo social songs, an Egyptian maqam for string ensemble,
       a medieval European rota, Carmen's Habanera, and 
       percussion pieces from Brazil, China, Ghana, Japan, 
       Liberia, and Puerto Rico. The CD selections provide the 
       audio component for the numerous and varied experiences 
       incorporated throughout the text. These "attentive," 
       "engaged," and "enactive" listening, participatory, and 
       performance activities are resources for shaping the 
       musical education of students of all ages. 
650  0 Music|xInstruction and study.|0
650  0 World music|0
       sh93002569|xInstruction and study.|0
830  0 Global music series.|0
907    .b28538948 
990    MARCIVE MELB 201906 
Location Call No. Status