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ORCHESTRATING THE SOUND OF MUSIC:ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A UNIVERSITY MUSIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

FREDERICKSON, KAREN,DUANE DATES AND ROBERTA LAMB

ORCHESTRATING THE SOUND OF MUSIC:ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A UNIVERSITY MUSIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

by FREDERICKSON, KAREN,DUANE DATES AND ROBERTA LAMB

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ORCHESTRATING THE SOUND OF MUSIC:ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A UNIVERSITY MUSIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM by FREDERICKSON, KAREN,DUANE DATES AND ROBERTA LAMB Download PDF EPUB FB2

Orchestrating the Sound of Music: Analysis and Design of a University Music Education Curriculum. Frederickson, Karen; Bates, Duane; Lamb, Roberta A research project examined the music education curriculum of Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario, Canada) through a research model that provided adequate, broadly based evidence from diverse but relevant Cited by: 1.

The purpose was to evaluate the existing curriculum and then design and implement a revised curriculum that would be more effective and appropriate in both content and process. A committee devised a research plan to discover the factors used to determine a quality music education program and a quality music educator.

Orchestrating the sound of music: Analysis and design of a University music education curriculum. Karen Frederickson, Duane Bates, and Roberta Lamb. Queen's University School of Music Kingston, Ontario Canada K7L 3N6. 71m. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, California, AprilctJ.

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During this time, we have come to an increasingly refined understanding of the ways the brain processes sound. It remains the case, however, that not all sound is music, and in this course we will investigate how musical sound is organized to make it musical, and how this organization reflects the capacities of the human mind.

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