Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning. Årbok 16
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Volume 16 of Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook includes 16 articles. The themes of the contributions represent a wide variety of interests within the Nordic music education community, including philosophy of music education, classroom teaching, students’ perspectives, teachers’ perspectives, music education as profession, choir singing, improvisation, composition, school concerts, and lullaby singing. The first three articles of this volume are based on keynote presentations read at NNMPF conference organized at Royal College of Music, Stockholm, April 23–25, 2014. The next four contributions address students’ perspectives in a variety of settings. The following three contributions focus on teachers’ perspectives. The following four texts focus on musical creativity. Then there is a philosophical paper and the concluding article is on the human Bildung potential of parents' lullaby singing. Biographical information about contributors to this volume is given at the ends of each article. The last section of the Yearbook provides an updated list of doctoral dissertations from 2014 in music education, music therapy and related areas.
Contents. - Introduction. - Musical knowledge and musical Bildung. Some reflections on a difficult relation / Jürgen Vogt. - On Heidegger’s relevance for a phenomenologically oriented music Didaktik: the unheard / Frederik Pio. - Challenges to music education research. Reflections from a Swedish perspective / Cecilia K. Hultberg. - Gender performativity through musicking: examples from a Norwegian classroom study / Silje Valde Onsrud. - Keeping it real: addressing authenticity in classroom popular music pedagogy / Aleksi Ojala and Lauri Väkevä. - “You MAY take the note home an’… well practise just that”. Children’s interaction in contextualizing music teaching / Tina Kullenberg and Monica Lindgren. - Young instrumentalists’ music literacy acquisition / Hilde Synnøve Blix. - Multicultural music education from the perspective of Swedish-speaking teachers and state authorities in Finland / Marja Heimonen and Maria Westvall. - Music teaching as a profession. On professionalism and securing the quality of music teaching in Norwegian municipal schools of music and performing arts / Anne Jordhus-Lier. - Informella stämledare. Körledares erfarenheter av samarbete mellan sångarna i körstämman / Sverker Zadig and Göran Folkestad. - ‘Musical dialoguing’: A perspective of Bakhtin’s Dialogue on musical improvisation in asymmetric relations / Karette Stensæth. - Composition in music education: a literature review of 10 years of research articles published in music education journals / Tine Grieg Viig. - Arts-based research in music education – general concepts and potential cases / Torill Vist. - Skolekonsertene og skolekonteksten: Mellom verkorientering og kunstdidaktikk / Kari Holdhus. - Music-related aesthetic argumentation: Confronting a theoretical model with empirical data / Christian Rolle, Lisa Knörzer and Robin Stark. - Lullaby singing and its human Bildung potential / Lisa Bonnár. - Dissertations 2014–2015. - Editor group. - Review panel