Musical Youth

Dr Fawzy Masaoud. { Musical Youth Dr Fawzy Masaoud. Front Cover.

Author: Dr Fawzy Masaoud

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493141432

Category: Performing Arts

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Music Youth and International Links in Post War British Fascism

Paul Du Noyer, “The Burning of Southall,” New Musical Express, 11 July 1981, 3. Ibid. Garry Fielding, The Business: Brought to Book: Loud, Proud 'N' Punk ...

Author: Ryan Shaffer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319596686

Category: History

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This book examines the domestic evolution and international connections of post-war fascists in the UK. It argues that post-war British fascism became transnational as the radicals increasingly exchanged ideas, money and culture with like-minded foreigners. Using interviews with key figures in several countries, this book traces the history of the National Front (NF) and British National Party (BNP), focusing on the political parties’ youth, music and international outreach. It explores how British fascism grew into an international movement, how fascist youth developed skinhead music as a conduit for their ideas, and how some of those key figures made international connections with people in Iraq, Libya, Syria and the United States. Moreover, it also draws from rare internal party documents, law enforcement records and membership lists to track foreign funding and the parties’ domestic electoral growth. For the first time, this book gained access to both the leadership and rank-and-file of the BNP and NF to explore its culture and international connections. In doing so, it shows the successes, failures and changes that have made British fascism a force in the international extremist subculture.

Music Learning as Youth Development

This includes the values of supporting a student-directed, popular music-infused curriculum and a new conception of Music Learning as Youth Development.

Author: Brian Kaufman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429792502

Category: Education

Page: 206

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Music Learning as Youth Development explores how music education programs can contribute to young people’s social, emotional, cognitive, and artistic capacities in the context of life-long musical development. International scholars argue that MLYD programs should focus in particular on the curiosity, energy and views of young people affecting the teachers, musicians, pedagogy, programs, and music with which young people interact. From fields of progressive music education, authors share their perspectives on approaches that can lead to new ways of enabling youth learners as they transition to adulthood. A vast range of possible outcomes arising from in-school, afterschool, and community-based music programs are examined in order to highlight the aspects of youth development that music learning is particularly well-suited to support. Following an introductory essay that provides new perspectives on pursuing lifelong musical development, the volume is features two primary sections. The first focuses on case studies exploring several programs through the lens of the transitional stages of music learning as youth development, helping the reader understand key concepts and explore challenges for creating music learning as youth development programs. The second section addresses the broad implications and policy issues of programs described, including discussing why music learning should be conceived of as critical to formative stages of youth development that can lead to a productive and fulfilling life. The conclusion synthesizes the range of perspectives provided by eight contributors and offers implications for life-long human development through music in the 21st century.

Ebony

British reggae group Musical Youth seems headed for success of famed U.S. brothers 126 THE British newspaper headlines said it all: "Young, Gifted and Black ...

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.

Youth Cultures in a Globalized World

While in the context of modern youth cultures, a musical subculture may have been formative for a long time for a whole generation (above all, swing youth ...

Author: Gerald Knapp

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030651770

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The Rotarian

He has been called an idealist, disciplinarian, musical specialist — and a man ... This was the philosophy which motivated Lester to found Musical Youth ...

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.

Global Youth

Today's musical youth have a wide-ranging, eclectic choice of listening at their disposal spanning electronic dance music, hip-hop, Indie, rock and numerous ...

Author: Pam Nilan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134198351

Category: Social Science

Page: 220

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This innovative collection of studies by international youth researchers, critically addresses questions of ‘global’ youth, incorporating material from regions as diverse as Sydney, Tehran, Dakar and Manila, and advancing our knowledge about young people around the globe. Exploring specific local youth cultures whilst mediating global mass media and consumption trends, this book traces subaltern ‘youth landscapes’ and tells subaltern ‘youth stories’ previously invisible in predominantly western youth cultural studies and theorizing. The chapters here serve as a refutation of the colonialist discourse of cultural globalization. Showcasing previously unpublished youth research from outside the English-speaking world alongside the work of well-known researchers such as Huq and Holden, these accounts of youth cultural practices highlight much that is predictably different, but also a great deal of common ground. This book goes inside creative cultural formation of youth identities to critically examine the global in the local. Bringing together an internationally diverse group of researchers, who describe and analyze youth cultures throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania, this volume presents the first comprehensive review of global youth cultures, practices and identities, and as such is a valuable read for students and researchers of youth studies, cultural studies and sociology.

Youth

United States. Office of Education. Committee on Youth Problems. sight reading , music appreciation , and the history of music . Opportunities to dance are ...

Author: United States. Office of Education. Committee on Youth Problems

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ISBN: WISC:89110593779

Category: Community life

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Music and Youth Culture in Latin America

... these shifts might help us rethink questions of music, youth, and identity. Music, Identity, and Homological Arguments Why do different social actors ...

Author: Pablo Vila

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780199986279

Category: Music

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The book examines the ways in which music is used to advance identity claims in several Latin American countries and among Latinos in the U.S. Individual chapters address the ways in which music provides people with both enjoyment and the tools they use to understand who they are in terms of nationality, region, race, ethnicity, class, gender, and migration status."

Musical Youth

-CaribbeanBeat Magazine."Musical Youth is a beautifully crafted novel with the leitmotiv of music running throughout it. This is a powerful and credible story of young love between two likeable heroes.

Author: Joanne C. Hillhouse

Publisher: Cas

ISBN: 1733829954

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 280

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Award winning title-2nd place in the 2014 Burt Award for Caribbean Literature.#12 in Amazon Hot New Releases - Teen and Young Adult Performing Arts Fiction - in its first month of releaseFeatured in Essence Magazine February 2016There are no missteps in this tender coming-of-age romance, only an enthusiasm for love and life that reverberates triumphantly, as both Shaka and Zahara battle their demons with hope's persistent chorus.-CaribbeanBeat Magazine."Musical Youth is a beautifully crafted novel with the leitmotiv of music running throughout it. This is a powerful and credible story of young love between two likeable heroes.-Burt Award for Caribbean literature.Musical Youth is a compelling read because Hillhouse has managed to make readers really care about the characters and their struggles.-Trinidad Guardian.Music, Discovery, Love. Can one summer make the difference of a lifetime?Zahara is a loner. She's brilliant on the guitar but in everyday life she doesn't really fit in. Then she meets Shaka, himself a musical genius and the first boy who really gets her. They discover that they share a special bond, their passion for music, and Zahara finds herself a part, not just of Shaka's life, but also that of his boys, the Lion Crew. When they all get roles in a summer musical, Zahara, Shaka, and the rest of the Lion Crew use the opportunity to work on a secret project. But the Crew gets much more than they bargained for when they uncover a dark secret linking Shaka and Zahara's families and they're forced to confront some uncomfortable truths about class, colour, and relationships on the Caribbean island of Antigua.

Musical Truth

A Musical History of Modern Black Britain in 28 Songs Jeffrey Boakye ... It was also the year that 'Pass the Dutchie' was released by Musical Youth.

Author: Jeffrey Boakye

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 9780571366507

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 224

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A history book with a twist, structured around a playlist of twenty eight songs, listed chronologically. Each song is a jumping off point for deeper social, political and historical analysis, tracking key moments in Black history, and the emotional impact of both the songs and the artists who performed them. The book redefines British history, the Empire, and post colonialism, and invites readers to immerse themselves in music and think again about the narratives and key moments in history that they have been taught up to now. Targeted at upper middle grade to YA, this is a book that will also attract a much wider adult audience, which is why we are going out first in a gift format.

Vibe

... Dodd is a founding father of the Jamaican music business and progenitor of ... from Musical Youth and the Clash to Sublime and Boogie Down Productions.

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Vibe is the lifestyle guide to urban music and culture including celebrities, fashion, beauty, consumer electronics, automotive, personal care/grooming, and, always, music. Edited for a multicultural audience Vibe creates trends as much as records them.

For Fun and Profit

... In order to make "Pass the Dutchie," Letts and Musical Youth did compromise ... The youths presented the song in the context of a battle with authority ...

Author: Richard Butsch

Publisher: Temple University Press

ISBN: 0877227403

Category: Social Science

Page: 239

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Essays explore the transformation in leisure activity and its effects on class relations in American society

Youth Music and Creative Cultures

This review should focus initially on securing the best music education ... and Dance Scheme and the publicly funded national youth music ensembles.

Author: Geraldine Bloustien

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230342491

Category: Music

Page: 296

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This book offers an evocative cross-cultural exploration into the everyday lives and music practices of young people from their own broad social, cultural and ethnic perspectives. Youth from seven urban locales in Australia, the UK, the US and Europe document and reflect on their own learning processes and music activities.

Music in Youth Culture

To what extent can this array of music youth cultures be theorized as examples of “becoming-woman” in Deleuzean terms? Are they the rhizomatic and ...

Author: j. jagodzinski

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230601390

Category: Social Science

Page: 321

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Music in Youth Culture examines the fantasies of post-Oedipal youth cultures as displayed on the landscape of popular music from a post-Lacanian perspective. Jan Jagodzinski, an expert on Lacan, psychoanalysis, and education's relationship to media, maintains that a new set of signifiers is required to grasp the sliding signification of contemporary 'youth'. He discusses topics such as the figurality of noise, the perversions of the music scene by boyz/bois/boys and the hysterization of it by gurlz/girls/grrrls. Music in Youth Culture also examines the postmodern 'fan (addict)', techno music, and pop music icons. Jagodzinski raises the Lacanian question of 'an ethics of the Real' and asks educators to re-examine 'youth' culture.

News from Belgium

The " Musical Youth " movement members . has already spread to France , and it is hoped “ Musical Youth ” organizes first - class conin due course to ...

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