ポップ・ミュージシャン修業法:音楽教育の進展<br>How Popular Musicians Learn : A Way Ahead for Music Education (Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series)

ポップ・ミュージシャン修業法:音楽教育の進展
How Popular Musicians Learn : A Way Ahead for Music Education (Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 238 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780754603382
  • DDC分類 781.64071

基本説明

Examines the nature of pop musicians' informal learning practices, attitudes and values, and investigates their experiences of formal music education.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
Robert Fripp
Acknowledgements xi
What is it to be musically educated? 1 (20)
Research methods 8 (9)
Concluding thoughts 17 (4)
Skills, knowledge and self-conceptions of 21 (38)
popular musicians: the beginnings and the ends
The `beginnings' 22 (6)
Professional musicianship: the `ends' 28 (17)
Some self-conceptions of popular musicians 45 (14)
Learning to play popular music: acquiring 59 (40)
skills and knowledge
The overriding learning practice: listening 60 (16)
and copying
Peer-directed learning and group learning 76 (8)
Acquiring technique 84 (2)
Practice 86 (7)
Acquiring knowledge of technicalities 93 (3)
Summary 96 (3)
Attitudes and values in learning to play 99 (28)
popular music
Discipline and osmosis 99 (5)
Enjoyment 104(3)
Valuing musicianship 107(10)
Valuing oneself 117(4)
Attitudes to `other' music 121(3)
Summary 124(3)
Popular musicians in traditional music 127(24)
education
Classical instrumental tuition 127(8)
Traditional classroom music education 135(13)
Summary 148(3)
Popular musicians in the new music education 151(26)
Popular music instrumental tuition 151(4)
The new classroom music education 155(12)
Popular music in further and higher 167(5)
education
The musicians' views of popular music in 172(3)
formal education
Summary 175(2)
The formal and the informal: mutual 177(42)
reciprocity or a contradiction in terms?
The neglect of informal learning practices 177(8)
in formal music education
Informal learning practices, attitudes and 185(29)
values: their potential for the formal
sphere
What can teachers do? 214(5)
Appendix: Summary profiles of the musicians 219(2)
Bibliography 221(12)
Index 233