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Vision 2020: The Housewright Symposium on the Future of Music Education

The Housewright Symposium on the Future of Music Education
  • ISBN-13: 9781475859003
  • Publisher: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
    Imprint: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
  • Author: Clifford Madsen
  • Price: AUD $51.99
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  • Local release date: 27/12/2020
  • Format: Paperback (231.00mm X 155.00mm) 242 pages Weight: 372g
  • Categories: Music [AV]Reference works [GBC]Education [JN]
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The Housewright Symposium on the Future of Music Education, held at Florida State University in Tallahassee in 1999, assembled 175 music educators, industry representatives, community arts leaders, and students to speculate about what music education might look like in 2020 and the directions the field might take. Participant presentations were published in 2000 as the book Vision 2020, and the current reprint shares the ideas of the likes of Wiley Housewright, Clifford Madsen, Judith Jellison, and other illuminati of music teaching and learning. The contributors to this book asked leading questions about the value of music education, its place in the curriculum, and its possible futures. Many preservice music teachers in the intervening twenty years read chapters like "Why Study Music?" or "How Can All People Continue to Be Involved in Music Education?"-questions whose answers are as relevant today as they were at the end of the last century. As music education moves into a new phase with the current pandemic, the topics considered in this publication are of increasing importance to the discussion. An introduction by two successive presidents of the National Association for Music Education, Kathleen D. Sanz of Florida and Mackie V. Spradley of Texas, place this work in the context of the present day and look at future directions of the profession.
CLIFFORD MADSEN, the Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Music, is Coordinator of Music Education/Music Therapy/Contemporary Media and teaches in the areas of music education, music therapy, research, and psychology of music. He serves on various international and national editorial and research boards and is widely published throughout scholarly journals in music education and therapy. In addition, he has authored and co-authored many books and is perhaps best known for Teaching/Discipline: A Positive Approach for Educational Development, Experimental Research in Music, Competency Based Music Education, Applications of Research in Music Behavior, and Vision 2020: The Housewright Symposium on the Future of Music Education. Dr. Madsen received the bachelor's and master's degrees from Brigham Young University and the Ph.D. from The Florida State University. He was appointed to the FSU faculty in 1961
Preface Clifford K. Madsen Introduction Kathleen D. Sanz and Mackie V. Spradley MENC: FROM TANGLEWOOD TO THE PRESENT Michael L. Mark WHY DO HUMANS VALUE MUSIC? Commission Author: Bennett Reimer Commission Members: John Buccheri Karl Bruhn Roy E. Ernst Terese M. Volk Iris Yob Response: Robert Glidden WHY STUDY MUSIC? Commission Author: J. Terry Gates Commission Members: Ed Calle Jennifer Davidson Jack Heller Daniel Scheuerer David Shrader Larry Wiliams Response: Samuel Hope HOW CAN THE SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE CALLED FOR IN THE NATIONAL STANDARDS BEST BE TAUGHT? Commission Author: Paul Lehman Commission Members: William Anderson Ronald Brandt Kimberly Burns Willie Hill Will Schmid Regina Zakrajsek Response: Jane Walters HOW CAN ALL PEOPLE CONTINUE TO BE INVOLVED IN MEANINGFUL MUSIC PARTICIPATION? Commission Author: Judith A. Jellison Commission Members: Chelcy Bowles James Byo Richard Chronister Craig Johnson Anne Miller Marvelene Moore Response: Warrick L. Carter HOW WILL SOCIETAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES AFFECT THE TEACHING OF MUSIC? Commission Author: Carlesta Elliott Spearman Commission Members: Hal Abeles Donna Brink Fox Alexandria Holloway Gerald Kember Brian Moore Response: Sandy Feldstein WHAT SHOULD BE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SCHOOLS AND OTHER SOURCES OF MUSIC LEARNING? Commission Author: Cornelia Yarbrough Commission Members: Wilma Benson Robert A. Cutietta Randall DeWitt Jeffrey Kimpton Michael L. Mark Richard Zellner Response: Richard Bell THE HOUSEWRIGHT DECLARATION Authors Participants
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