Music Education for the New Millennium: Theory and Practice Futures for Music Teaching and Learning
February 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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This volume challenges readers to think about what music means in contemporary society, and how music education can remain culturally relevant in the new millennium.
- A collection of thought-provoking philosophical perspectives on music education.
- Explores the changing ways in which music is being produced, disseminated and received.
- Considers how current phenomena such as the commoditization of music, the use of new technologies, and access to hybrid music forms, relate to music education.
- Covers themes such as pragmatism, performativity, cultural identity, emotion, autonomy and globalization.
- Asks how music teaching and learning can remain culturally relevant.