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Music Learning TodayDigital Pedagogy for Creating, Performing, and Responding to Music$
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William I. Bauer

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780199890590

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199890590.001.0001

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Responding to Music

Responding to Music

(p.101) Chapter 5 Responding to Music
Music Learning Today

William I. Bauer

Oxford University Press

Grounded in the research and best practice literature, chapter 5 discusses concepts and skills, pedagogies, and technologies related to human response to music. All people respond to music in a variety of ways. Music educators strive to develop students’ abilities to listen to and describe music, analyze and evaluate it, understand its historical and cultural contexts, and appreciate its relationships to other disciplines, including other art forms. Numerous technological tools are capable of supporting student learning in these aspects of music. They may also provide a means to respond to musical stimuli. By aligning musical outcomes related to responding to music with appropriate pedagogies and supporting technologies, music educators can assist students in their continuing development of knowledge and skills essential for meaningful, lifelong involvement with music.

Keywords:   respond, responding, music, music education, listen, listening, theory, history, culture, world musics

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