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Teaching instrumental music : contemporary perspectives and pedagogies / edited by Bryan Powell, Kristen Pellegrino, and Quincy C. Hilliard.

Other author/creatorPowell, Bryan, editor.
Other author/creatorPellegrino, Kristen, editor.
Other author/creatorHilliard, Quincy C., 1954- editor.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2024]
Copyright Notice ©2024
Descriptionxv, 590 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents pt. 1. Teaching and learning. Transferable pedagogical concepts ; Learning to teach : preservice teacher experiences ; How students learn ; Proactive and reactive classroom management strategies ; Teaching executive skills, musical skills, and artistic skills ; Teaching notation in instrumental music ; Planning (lesson planning and curriculum) & assessment ; Strategies for planning, building, and managing music programs ; Student motivation ; Technology in instrumental music instruction ; Care, communication, and connection in instrumental learning spaces ; Peer-assisted learning in the instrumental music ensemble ; Teaching instruments to students with disabilities ; Teaching for social impact through fluidity in the 21st century instrumental ensemble ; Applications of arranging and transcribing for ensembles ; Instrumental substations : rescoring for small bands and limited instrumentation ; Advocating for the arts: what every future music educator should know -- pt. 2. Popular music and non-traditional. Pedagogical considerations for teaching modern band students ; Pedagogies for teaching ukulele in popular music education ; Pedagogies for teaching guitar in popular music education ; Pedagogies for teaching electric bass in popular music education ; Pedagogies for teaching keyboard in popular music education ; Pedagogies for teaching drum set in popular music education ; Pedagogies for teaching vocalists in popular music ensembles ; Culturally relevant pedagogy in modern band --
Contents pt. 3. Teaching strings. Pedagogical considerations for teaching string students ; Pedagogies for teaching right hand to string players ; Pedagogies for teaching left-hand position, intonation, and instrument tuning to string players ; Pedagogies for teaching shifting and vibrato to string players ; Building and maintaining a successful orchestra program ; Culturally responsive teaching in school orchestras -- pt. 4. Teaching woodwinds. Pedagogical considerations for teaching woodwind students ; Pedagogies for teaching flute ; Pedagogies for teaching clarinet ; Pedagogies for teaching oboe ; Pedagogies for teaching bassoon ; Pedagogies for teaching saxophone -- pt. 5. Teaching brass. Pedagogical considerations for teaching brass students ; Pedagogies for teaching horn ; Pedagogies for teaching trumpet ; Pedagogies for teaching trombone ; Pedagogies for teaching baritone/tuba ; Culturally relevant pedagogy in band -- pt. 6. Teaching percussion. Pedagogical considerations for teaching percussion students ; Pedagogies for teaching pitched and non-pitched orchestral percussion ; Pedagogies for teaching latin percussion ; Pedagogies for teaching steel pan and steel bands -- pt. 7. Ensemble rehearsal techniques. Modern band rehearsal techniques ; Concert band rehearsal techniques ; Jazz band rehearsal techniques ; Marching band rehearsal techniques ; String and orchestra rehearsal strategies ; Mariachi ensemble rehearsal techniques ; Musical theatre pit orchestra preparation and performance.
Abstract "This book focuses on the process of learning to teach music to children using instruments. It brings the field of instrumental music into the contemporary world of school music by keeping all the important aspects of previous texts (i.e., a focus on pedagogical techniques of each instrument) while broadening beyond the instruments themselves to consider the foundational musicianship and types of learner-centered classroom interactions needed for all students to enjoy playing an instrument. The project's authors represent a variety of perspectives, embodying different racial, gender, and sexual identities usually underrepresented in the field of instrumental music education"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 555-567) and index.
Issued in other formOnline version: Teaching instrumental music [1.] New York City : Oxford University Press, 2023 9780190099732
LCCN 2023007354
ISBN9780190099725 (paperback)

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