Music The Art of Listening Loose Leaf

With Music: The Art of Listening, students practice engaging with music critically, and with an appreciative ear.

Author: Larry Worster

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 0078025176

Category: Music

Page: 416

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With Music: The Art of Listening, students practice engaging with music critically, and with an appreciative ear. Presenting music within a broadened cultural and historical context, The Art of Listening encourages students to draw on the relationships between: music and the other arts; musical characteristics of different periods; as well as Western music and various non-Western musics and concepts. Learning to appreciate music is a skill. Together with McGraw-Hill's Connect Music, The Art of Listening helps students develop that skill by encouraging them to be active and thoughtful participants in their own listening experience. Whether listening through headphones or at a live performance, The Art of Listening will develop students' ability to hone the skills required to listen to, reflect upon, and write about music.

Teaching Music Appreciation Online

Some focus on music as a world language, including both world musics and traditional Western art music history; ... Music (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage. Hoffer, C. (2015). Music listening today (5th ed., Cengage Advantage Edition).

Author: Bethanie L. Hansen

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190698393

Category: Music

Page: 256

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In this book, readers will learn practical tips and strategies to teach music appreciation online. As online education is a growing field, an increasing number of teachers trained in traditional/live methods find themselves now teaching online and potentially without mentors to assist them. Students are also changing, seeking highly engaged, relevant, and interactive learning opportunities that connect to their lives. Here, readers will find helpful guidance in planning curriculum, integrating multimedia assets, designing forum discussions, developing assignments, preparing rubrics, engaging in forum discussions, preparing, managing, and teaching, the course, providing feedback and grading, and following up with struggling and challenging students. The book can serve as a resource to those already teaching music appreciation online or as a comprehensive guide to those new to the field. Additionally, it may serve as a resource to instructors in other disciplines who seek to shift live-courses to the online format, as well as music appreciation instructors who would like to integrate digital or online components into traditional face-to-face courses. The book is organized into five major sections, designed to guide the novice online educator in depth while also appealing to the seasoned veteran through the ability to review each section as a stand-alone resource. Although some readers will desire to read from cover to cover, they will also be able to move in a non-linear manner from chapter to chapter, using chapters in modular form, in order to benefit from the sections that most apply to them at any given time.

The Oxford Handbook of Music Listening in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Music: The Art of Listening. 9th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. Forsyth, Michael. 1985. Buildings for Music: The Architect, the Musician, and the Listener from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Author: Christian Thorau

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780190466961

Category: Music

Page: 545

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An idealized image of European concert-goers has long prevailed in historical overviews of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This act of listening was considered to be an invisible and amorphous phenomenon, a naturally given mode of perception. This narrative influenced the conditions of listening from the selection of repertoire to the construction of concert halls and programmes. However, as listening moved from the concert hall to the opera house, street music, and jazz venues, new and visceral listening traditions evolved. In turn, the art of listening was shaped by phenomena of the modern era including media innovation and commercialization. This Handbook asks whether, how, and why practices of music listening changed as the audience moved from pleasure gardens and concert venues in the eighteenth century to living rooms in the twentieth century, and mobile devices in the twenty-first. Through these questions, chapters enable a differently conceived history of listening and offer an agenda for future research.

The Art of Listening in the Early Church

Stewart, Columba (2001), 'Imageless Prayer and the Theological Vision of Evagrius Ponticus', Journal of Early Christian Studies, 9/2, pp. 173–204. Stillinger, Jack (ed.) (1991), John Keats. Complete Poems (Harvard, MA: Harvard ...

Author: Carol Harrison

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191664021

Category: Religion

Page: 324

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How did people think about listening in the ancient world, and what evidence do we have of it in practice? The Christian faith came to the illiterate majority in the early Church through their ears. This proved problematic: the senses and the body had long been held in suspicion as all too temporal, mutable and distracting. Carol Harrison argues that despite profound ambivalence on these matters, in practice, the senses, and in particular the sense of hearing, were ultimately regarded as necessary - indeed salvific -constraints for fallen human beings. By examining early catechesis, preaching and prayer, she demonstrates that what illiterate early Christians heard both formed their minds and souls and, above all, enabled them to become 'literate' listeners; able not only to grasp the rule of faith but also tacitly to follow the infinite variations on it which were played out in early Christian teaching, exegesis and worship. It becomes clear that listening to the faith was less a matter of rationally appropriating facts and more an art which needed to be constantly practiced: for what was heard could not be definitively fixed and pinned down, but was ultimately the Word of the unknowable, transcendent God. This word demanded of early Christian listeners a response - to attend to its echoes, recollect and represent it, stretch out towards it source, and in the process, be transformed by it.

Music An Appreciation Brief Edition

This is achieved through step-by-step guidance as they learn the elements of music, as well as an increased number of musical selections to appreciate,and an enhanced McGraw-Hill Connect experience.

Author: Roger Kamien

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 1259870545

Category: Music

Page: 496

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Music: An Appreciation remains the time-tested solution for welcoming non-majors to the art of listening to great music. Now, Roger Kamien places a renewed focus on learning the elements of music, fostering each student’s unique path to listening and understanding. This is achieved through step-by-step guidance as they learn the elements of music, as well as an increased number of musical selections to appreciate,and an enhanced McGraw-Hill Connect experience. As the authority in the Music Appreciation course, Kamien equips students with the language, tools and listening skills required to sustain a life-long enthusiasm for music.

An Index to Music in Selected Historical Anthologies of Western Art Music Part 1

9th ed. New York: Norton, 2003. (Forney-Hickman9 II) ———. The Norton Scores[: A Study Anthology]. Vol. ... 11th ed. New York: Norton, 2011. (Forney-Hickman11 II) Freedman, Richard. Anthology for Music in the Renaissance.

Author: Mara Parker

Publisher: A-R Editions, Inc.

ISBN: 9780895798749

Category: Music

Page: 395

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An Index to Music in Selected Historical Anthologies of Western Art Music is the essential reference for music history and music theory instructors for finding specific listings and details for all the pieces included in more than 140 anthologies published between 1931 and 2016. Containing over 5,000 individual listings, this concise book is an indispensable tool for teaching music history and theory. Since many anthologies exist in multiple editions, this Index provides instructors, students, and researches with the means to locate specific compositions in both print and online anthologies. This book includes listings by composer and title, as well as indexes of authors, titles, and first lines of text for music from antiquity through the early twenty-first century.

How to Teach Piano Successfully

The International Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians , 9th Edition , edited by Robert Sabin . ... 9 1 INTRODUCTORY BOOKS ON MUSIC Bernstein , Leonard . The Joy of Music . ... The Art of Listening : Developing Musical Perception .

Author: James W. Bastien


ISBN: UOM:39015009617245

Category: Piano

Page: 574

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iPad for Seniors in easy steps 9th edition covers all iPads with iPadOS 13 including iPad mini and iPad Pro

This chapter looks at listening to music and capturing and editing photos. It also covers some lifestyle apps including art, health, cookery and games. Buying Music and More Playing Music Taking Photos and Videos Photos Settings Viewing ...

Author: Nick Vandome

Publisher: In Easy Steps Limited

ISBN: 9781840788952

Category: Computers

Page: 192

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The iPad is a tablet computer that is stylish, versatile and easy to use, and is one of the most popular tablets used by all ages. The range of models has been expanded over the years so that there are now different sizes to cover all mobile computing requirements. iPad for Seniors in easy steps, 9th edition gives you all the essential information you need to know to make the most out of your iPad: · Choose the right model for you · Navigate around with Multi-Touch gestures · Customize the iPad for your needs · Master Settings and apps to stay organized · Find, download and explore exciting apps · Use your iPad to make travelling stress-free · Email, share photos and video chat for free · Access and share your music, books and videos · Stay in touch with family members · Access your documents from anywhere · Master Siri, and the new features in iPadOS 13. A handy guide for any Senior new to the iPad, presented in larger type for easier reading. Covers all iPads with iPadOS 13, including iPad mini and iPad Pro

Integrating the Expressive Arts Into Counseling Practice Second Edition

After the final song, encourage the group to come to a place of stillness, either sitting or standing. ... or how they might bring in other expressive arts (e.g., writing, art making, listening to or making music, photography, ...

Author: Suzanne Degges-White, PhD, LMHC, LPC, NCC

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826177025

Category: Psychology

Page: 344

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"When I used it, I felt it was a very valuable resource, linking work with the arts to the theoretical foundations of counseling."--Sally S. Atkins, EdD Professor Emerita Founding Director of Expressive Arts, Appalachian State "They [Students] like the activities since it helps them learn more about the counseling theory which was discussed in the Theories of Counseling class. It provides more application. Some activities are pretty detailed and class time does not allow for much practice. But, we discuss how this could be used in therapy sessions/groups... [The book] is short and very pointed in its information and use. We like it!"--Judy A. Schmidt, EdD, CRC, LPCA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Expanded and revised to reflect a broader understanding of the complementary approach to therapeutic treatment, this is the only text to integrate expressive arts counseling techniques with major theories of counseling and psychology. Substantial changes to the second edition include new chapters that address Neuroscience and Counseling, Trauma-Informed Counseling, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Mindfulness and Counseling, and Family Counseling, along with a greater emphasis on cultural and diversity considerations throughout. The book is updated with over 30 new interventions including animal-assisted and videographic interventions, and new information about the neuroscientific foundations of expressive arts therapies. Updated references in each chapter, and a suite of Instructor’s Materials also add to value of the second edition. The text integrates expressive arts therapies with 12 commonly used treatment modalities. Each chapter reviews a particular theory and describes how expressive and creative techniques can support and be easily integrated within that orientation. Over 90 field-tested, step-by-step interventions—created by leading practitioners—offer students and clinicians techniques that can be put to use immediately. New to the Second Edition: New chapters address Neuroscience and Counseling, Trauma-Informed Counseling, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Mindfulness and Counseling, and Family Counseling and the Expressive Arts. Cultural and diversity considerations in each chapter. Updated with new references. Over 30 new interventions including videography. Instructor’s materials. Key Features: Integrates expressive arts counseling techniques with 12 major theories of counseling and psychology. Presents over 90 expressive art interventions in easy, step-by-step format. Includes art, writing, bibliotherapy, drama, music, movement, dance, puppetry, and sand play. Discusses appropriate populations, settings, and diagnoses for each intervention. Includes interventions that can be put to use immediately.