Guidelines for college teaching of music theory
John D. White's comprehensive approach to music education is updated here in the second edition of Guidelines for College Teaching of Music Theory. The text demonstrates presentation styles for developing aural, keyboard, and writing skills as well as examining the theoretical and pedagogical conventions of musical education. Twenty years after the publication of the first edition, this revised second edition responds to the new trends in pedagogical study, highlights the transcendence of the canon by international music styles and popular music, and takes a fresh look at the current state of American academia. Features an additional chapter by William E. Lake on the benefits of technology in the classroom.
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Melodic Aural Skills
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