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    • Teaching about practising 

      Jørgensen, Harald (Ed.) (NMH-publikasjoner;2015:5, Book; Working paper, 2015)
      Practising is essential to performance students, and as a part of their education, they must be taught how to practice with quality. This report shows some of the results from the project “Teaching of Practising”, a project ...
    • Technology and clinical improvisation – from production and playback to analysis and interpretation 

      Erkkilä, Jaakko; Ala-Ruona, Esa; Lartillot, Olivier (Series from the Centre for Music and Health;8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This article illustrates some of the ways in which music technology can be utilised in everyday clinical practice. Presently, digital devices work relatively well together regardless of manufacturer, and there are useful ...
    • Tempo fluctuations in the performance of Joseph Haydn´s Keyboard Sonata in F major, Hob. XVI:29 

      Haugbro, Lars Kristian (NMH-publikasjoner;2005: 2, Doctoral thesis, 2006)
      We know from eighteenth-century sources on performance practice that tempo fluctuations in the shape of agogic rubato, contrametric rubato and sectional changes of tempo were used extensively by performers in the late ...
    • Tempo fluctuations in the performance of Joseph Haydn´s Keyboard Sonata in F major, Hob. XVI:29 

      Haugbro, Lars Kristian (NMH-publikasjoner;2005: 2, Doctoral thesis, 2006)
      We know from eighteenth-century sources on performance practice that tempo fluctuations in the shape of agogic rubato, contrametric rubato and sectional changes of tempo were used extensively by performers in the late ...
    • The Bad Dream. Om låtskriving i computerstudio 

      Kolstad, Ian (NMH-publikasjoner;2017:1, Chapter, 2017)
      Guro og jeg møttes til musikkterapi i drøye to og et halvt år. Dette er fortellingen om Guro og hennes bruk av computerstudio som verktøy i sin egen sangskriving. Den handler om egenutvikling og styrking av kompetanse i ...
    • The Becomings of Satanist Musicianship. A study of how black metal musicians describe their learning processes 

      Thorgersen, Ketil; Wachenfeldt, Thomas von (NMH-publikasjoner;2017:8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      ABSTRACT - Research in music education has in the last decades become more attentive to musical learning through informal contexts. This article adds to the body of research by investigating the musical learning in a ...
    • The benefits of the master class. The masters’ perspective 

      Hanken, Ingrid Maria (NMH-publikasjoner;2011:2, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      The master class is well-known in Western classical music tradition. However, very little systematic research has been carried out to support the effectiveness of this particular way of teaching. Results from an interview ...
    • The birth of a Denkstil: Transformations of Swedish music teachers’ conceptions of quality when assessing students’ compositions against new grading criteria 

      Zandén, Olle (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 17, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      ABSTRACT -- The aim of this study is to investigate and describe how a new music curriculum with defined content and assessment criteria can influence music specialist teachers’ style of thinking and conceptions of musical ...
    • The Body, to make and to be in music. A phenomenological study 

      Brunström, Johanna Österling (NMH-publikasjoner;2017:8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      ABSTRACT - This article aims to explore bodily anchored dimensions of meaning in relation to four different musical contexts. How does the body take hold of the music? How does the music take hold of the body? These ...
    • The changing concept of aesthetic experience in music education 

      Fossum, Hanne; Varkøy, Øivind (NMH-publikasjoner;2013:1, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      The article’s goals are to contribute to the clarification of the term aesthetic experience used in the context of music education, and to discuss different interpretations of Kant in this context. As the musical aesthetic ...
    • The construction of social inclusion through music education: Two Swedish ethnographic studies of the El Sistema programme 

      Lindgren, Monica; Bergman, Åsa; Sæther, Eva (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 17, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      ABSTRACT -- Drawing on theories from sociology and music education, as well as closely linked disciplines, the article discusses how social inclusion is constructed in the choir and orchestra school El Sistema. The ...
    • The duty of gamelan. A gamelan pedagogue’s philosophy of work 

      Angelo, Elin (NMH-publikasjoner;2013:1, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This article is based on a thematic narrative study of a renowned Balinese gamelan musician’s philosophy of work. The aim of the article is to illuminate a viewpoint towards music and musicking that might enrich basic ...
    • The HyPer(sonal) Piano Project : towards a (per)sonal topography of grand piano and electronics [interactive pdf] 

      Qvenild, Morten (Artistic production; Research report, 2016)
      Towards a (per)sonal topography of grand piano and electronics How can I develop a grand piano with live electronics through iterated development loops in the cognitive technological environment of instrument, music, ...
    • The majorest third ever played. Music education as an adventure of knowledge 

      Nyberg, Johan (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 15, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      ABSTRACT. - The point of departure for this article is a research study (Nyberg 2011), with the purpose to investigate how students in Swedish Upper secondary school’s music programme conceptualize and communicate musical ...
    • The MUPP project : an overview 

      Danielsen, Brit Ågot Brøske; Johansen, Geir (NMH-publikasjoner;2012:7, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      The project Music Teacher Education between the Institution, the Practicum and the Profession within the Multicultural Society (MUPP) was carried out in the years 2006–2011 by seven members of the academic staff at the ...
    • The music classroom in focus. Everyday culture, identity, governance and knowledge formation 

      Ericsson, Claes; Lindgren, Monica; Nilsson, Bo (NMH-publikasjoner;2011:2, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      This article is based on a larger research project with the purpose to study how market aesthetics and student’s music culture are expressed in the Swedish music classroom. The empirical material consists of video observations ...
    • The musical identities of Danish music therapy students : a study based on musical autobiographies 

      Bonde, Lars Ole (Centre for Music and Health Publication Series;Vol:6, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Music therapists need both advanced musical and therapeutic skills to work as ‘health musicians’ in the vast area of ‘health musicking’ (Trondalen & Bonde, 2012), which ranges from working with groups in the community to ...
    • The musical present: A polyphonic philosophical investigation 

      Bjerstedt, Sven; Fossum, Hanne; Leijonhufvud, Susanna; Lonnert, Lia (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 17, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      ABSTRACT -- How can music education be enriched by the concept of time? This article is based on the assumption that the present moment, the musical ‘now’, is of the utmost importance not only to the musical performer ...
    • “The Path of Dreams": Breivik, Music, and Neo-Nazi Skinheadism 

      Teitelbaum, Benjamin (Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse;7, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      In this chapter, I consider the ways Breivik’s interest and engagement with Saga’s music can illuminate his relationship with neo-Nazism. Focusing on his main discussion of the Swedish artist—that in Chapter 3.29 of his ...
    • The poetics of a multiphonic landscape. Reflections on the project 

      Snekkestad, Torben (Artistic production; Research report, 2016)
      Abstract The project is an artistic research project focusing on the saxophone's ability to produce multiphonics (multiple sounds on an instrument considered monophonic). It is a personal artistic exploration into the ...