Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning. Årbok 17
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Volume 17 of Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook includes ten articles and two research notes. The themes of the contributions represent a wide variety of interests within the Nordic music education community, including philosophy of music education, research methodology, social inclusion, music education in cultural schools, music education in early childhood, musical meaning and experience, and music teacher’s conceptualizations of quality. Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook has been published since 1997 by the Norwegian Academy of Music, and with an editorial group from member institutions of the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education. Earlier volumes have open access at the archive Brage (brage.bibsys.no). As any other scholarly journal, Nordic Research in Music Education Yearbook depends on the work of peer reviewers. A list of scholars who are currently contributing to the Yearbook as peer reviewers can be found at the end of the volume. The last section of the Yearbook provides an updated list of doctoral dissertations from 2015–16 in music education and related areas.
Contents. - Introduction. - The musical present: A polyphonic philosophical investigation / Sven Bjerstedt, Hanne Fossum, Susanna Leijonhufvud & Lia Lonnert. - Ricoeurs teori om fortellingens trefoldige mimesis og narrativ tilnærming til musikkpedagogisk forskningspraksis / Anna-Lena Østern & Elin Angelo. - The construction of social inclusion through music education: Two Swedish ethnographic studies of the El Sistema programme / Monica Lindgren, Åsa Bergman & Eva Sæther. - Musicship: didactic considerations of music activity in preschool / Ylva Holmberg. - Rethinking music activities in preschool. Exploring links between conceptions of the child and conceptions of music / Maria Wassrin. - “It’s you—not the music”: musical skills in group interventions in multicultural kindergartens / Nora Bilalovic Kulset. - Kroppsliga representationer för musikaliskt meningsskapande i sångundervisning / Ragnhild Sandberg Jurström. - The birth of a Denkstil: Transformations of Swedish music teachers’ conceptions of quality when assessing students’ compositions against new grading criteria / Olle Zandén. - Kulturskolelæreres kunnskapsgrunnlag, illustrert ved instrumentallærerne / Wenche Waagen. - Facets of experience—Interviews on music and emotion in encounter with Frede Nielsen’s theory on multifaceted meanings in music experience / Torill Vist. - Research notes --- Dissertation review: Johan Nyberg’s Music Education as an Adventure of Knowledge: Student and Teacher Experience as Conceptualizations of Musical Knowledge, Learning, and Teaching / Randall Everett Allsup. - Artist or researcher? Tradition or innovation? Challenges for performing musician and arts education in Europe / Eva Georgii-Hemming, Elin Angelo, Stefan Gies, Karin Johansson, Christian Rolle, Øivind Varkøy. - Dissertations 2015–16. - Editor group. - Review panel