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Norton Guide to Teaching Music Theory

edited by Rachel Lumsden (Florida State University), Jeffrey Swinkin (University of Oklahoma)
Format
Book
Published
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2018]
Edition
First edition
Language
English
Variant Title
Teaching music theory
ISBN
9780393624397, 0393624390
Summary
The ultimate resource for music theory teachers and pedagogy classes. Featuring twenty-three essays by outstanding teacher-scholars on topics ranging from feminist pedagogy to Schenkerian theory, The Norton Guide to Teaching Music Theory is a comprehensive resource for music theory pedagogy. With a range of pedagogical perspectives, this cutting-edge volume serves as an invaluable reference for theory teachers. The text explores the full range of topics typically covered in theory pedagogy courses and incorporates the latest research. Every chapter engages with both the theory and practice of teaching. - Back cover.
Contents
  • The practice of music theory, and music theory versus practice / L. Poundie Burstein
  • Teaching historical counterpoint / Peter Schubert
  • Managing the big picture : adventures in classical form / Seth Monahan
  • Finding one's place : music scrambles and formal function / Alan Gosman
  • Integrating Schenkerian concepts with the undergraduate theory curriculum / Sarah Marlowe
  • Ten tips for teaching post-tonal theory / Joseph N. Straus
  • Teaching mathematical techniques in music theory / Julian Hook
  • Teaching music theory through a cognitive lens / Janet Bourne
  • Engaging the moving body in the music theory/aural skills classroom / Diane Urista
  • Teaching post-tonal aural skills / Brian Alegant
  • Pedagogical pianism in the music theory classroom / Michael Callahan
  • Activating aural imagery through keyboard harmony / Roger Graybill
  • Connecting analysis and performance through music theory pedagogy / Daphne Leong
  • Pop-rock pedagogy : composition, performance, transcription, and analysis in the undergraduate theory core / Brad Osborn
  • Jazz theory's pragmatics / Chris Stover
  • Considering race and ethnicity in the music theory classroom / Ellie M. Hisama
  • Teaching world music in the music theory core / Jane Piper Clendinning
  • Teaching music theory with video / Anna Gawboy
  • Incorporating writing into music theory courses / Lynne Rogers
  • Enriching classroom discussions : some strategies from feminist pedagogy / Rachel Lumsden
  • Engaging first-year music theory students through UDL (Universal Design for Learning) / Jeffrey L. Gillespie
  • Teaching by example : experiential dimensions of the theory classroom / Jeffrey Swinkin
  • What I know now : reflections on music theory pedagogy / Elizabeth West Marvin.
Description
xv, 384 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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