Teaching Music History
Mary Natvig (ed), Teaching Music History, published by Routledge in 2016. “This collection of essays seeks to…provide advice and guidance to those who teach a college-level music history or music appreciation course, be they a graduate student setting out on their teaching career, or a seasoned professor having to teach outside his or her specialty. Divided into four sections, the book covers the basic music history survey usually taken by music majors; music appreciation and introductory courses aimed at non-majors; special topic courses such as women and music, music for film and American music; and more general issues such as writing, using anthologies, and approaches to teaching in various situations. In addition to these specific areas, broader themes emerge across the essays. These include how to integrate social history and cultural context into music history teaching; the shift away from the ‘classical canon’; and how to organize a course taking into consideration time constraints and the need to appeal to students from a diverse range of backgrounds. With contributions from both teachers approaching retirement and those at the start of their careers, this volume provides a spectrum of experience which will prove valuable to all teachers of music history.” Not open source.
ed. Mary Natvig
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- keywords: essays; bibliography; pedagogy
- Listing ID: 1908
- Resource Type: Book/Text
- Audience: for instructor use
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