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2017, Oxford handbooks, ISBN 9780190244736, xviii, 672 pages
Music has been a vital part of leisure activity across time and cultures. Contemporary commodification, commercialization, and consumerism, however, have... 
Social aspects | Music as recreation | Music
Book
2017, Oxford handbooks, ISBN 0199372136, xxx, 700 pages
"Few aspects of daily existence are untouched by technology. Learning and teaching music are no exceptions and arguably have been impacted as much or more than... 
Music | Technological innovations | Instruction and study
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Canadian winds, ISSN 1703-5295, 04/2019, Volume 17, Issue 2, pp. 12 - 16
... who found ourselves conducting "recreational" wind bands (Roger two ensembles, Lynn three) in the Toronto area. While most (but not all) players were university-aged... 
Participation | Music teachers | Theory | Secondary schools | Musical performances | Teaching | Learning | Bands | Music education | Students | Instrumental music | Skills | Lave, Jean
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09/2017, 1, Oxford Handbooks, ISBN 9780199372133
This introduction provides, first, an elaboration on the handbook’s premise, which seeks to trouble notions of authority and expertise by celebrating the... 
music teacher educators | authority | credentialing | perspective | stakeholders | professional development | learning and teaching
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02/2017, 1, Oxford Handbooks, ISBN 0190244704
This chapter sets out the editors’ rationale for the book, and walks readers through the structure of this rich, multifaceted, and interdisciplinary volume... 
perspectives | motivation | music making | leisure | structure | interdisciplinary
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Canadian Music Educator, ISSN 0008-4549, 2006, Volume 48, Issue 2, pp. 34 - 39
A study is presented that explores issues that emphasize the role of adults in community music making. Community music represents an area of unrealized... 
Continuing Education | Musical Sound Sources | Educational Change | Music Teachers | Adult education | Outreach | Music Education | Community Music | Artistic development | Musicianship | Musicians | Music Instruction
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Canadian Music Educator, ISSN 0008-4549, 03/2018, Volume 59, Issue 3, pp. 12 - 21
[...]Dr. Gary MacPherson provided an autobiographical perspective on the conference theme, "Life's Journey through Music." [...]I heard amazing examples of... 
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Canadian music educator, ISSN 0008-4549, 12/2006, Volume 48, Issue 2, p. 34
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