Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning. Årbok 15
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The Nordic Network of Research in Music Education (NNMPF) celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2014. The network was founded in January 1994 when it launched its first Nordic conference at Schaeffergaarden in Copenhagen. Only a handful doctoral students were doing their research in music education in the Nordic countries at that time, and they were nearly all present at the conference. The doctoral students came from Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway and were all given a lot of space and time to present and discuss their work with the senior researchers in the field. The idea of establishing a Yearbook to publish Nordic music education research was presented at the Network’s second conference in Piteå in 1995, and the present Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook Vol. 15, shows the sustainability of this idea. Since 2007 the Yearbook has been ranked as one of the journals at the highest scientific levels in Norway. The present volume includes fifteen articles. The first three articles discuss various aspects of the education of and the professional practices of music teachers. The following ten articles present results from research on a variety of formal and informal music education contexts. The last two articles are philosophically oriented.
Contents. - Introduction. - Traversing the chiasm of lived teaching and learning experience: embodied practicum in music teacher education / Cecilia Ferm Thorgersen. - Profesjonsforståelse. En innfallsvinkel til å profesjonalisere det musikkpedagogiske yrkesfeltet / Elin Angelo & Eva Georgii-Hemming. - Musikundervisning som professionel praksis – en prakseologisk tilgang / Finn Holst. - Inkludering – av hva og av hvem? En problematisering av musikkpedagogisk praksis i det flerkulturelle samfunnet / Sidsel Karlsen. - “Now you see it, now you don’t” On the challenge of inclusion in the perspective of children’s everyday musical play / Ingeborg Lunde Vestad. - Maybe Gabriel wasn`t so bad after all? How educational anthropology can serve as a research approach in the field of music education / Gro Anita Kamsvåg. - Historier fra Etnia. Representasjon av kulturell annerledeshet i lærebøker i musikk for norsk ungdomskole / Anders Rønningen. - Choral Singing as Health Musicking. A Discussion on Music, Education and Health / Anne Haugland Balsnes. - The majorest third ever played—music education as an adventure of knowledge / Johan Nyberg. - The Quest for Authenticity in the Music Classroom: Sinking or Swimming? / Alexis Anja Kallio, Heidi Westerlund and Heidi Partti. - Hundre år med symfonisk outreach / Tony Valberg. - Den pædagogiske modernist. Bent Lorentzens arbejde med musik af, for og med børn / Lars Ole Bonde. - Gjensyn med Orff–Schulwerk: et bidrag til nytenkning av musikkdidaktisk analyse / Jon Helge Sætre. - Den diffusa positionen – Analys och diskussion av perspektiv på musikens och konstens ontologi / Kristina Holmberg. - Processer i sammenspil – en hermeneutisk undersøgelse som et bidrag til forståelse af det musikalske sammenspils fænomenologi / Laura Toxværd. - Dissertations 2013-2014. - Editor group.