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Title The Routledge companion to music theory pedagogy / edited by Leigh VanHandel.
Imprint New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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Description 1 online resource (xv, 498 pages)
Series Routledge music companions
Routledge music companions.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Bio/Hist Note Leigh VanHandel is Associate Professor of Music Theory at Michigan State University.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 24, 2020).
Subject Music theory -- Instruction and study.
Music theory -- Instruction and study -- Outlines, syllabi, etc.
Genre Outlines and syllabi.
Contents Intro -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Supplemental Materials -- Part I Fundamentals -- 1 Music Theory and Working Memory -- 2 Putting the Music in "Music Fundamentals" -- 3 A Cornucopia of Accidentals -- 4 Contouring as a Powerful Tool for Pitch Awareness -- 5 Incorporating Melodicas into the Music Theory Classroom -- 6 Music Fundamentals Games -- Part II Rhythm and Meter -- 7 Introducing Musical Meter through Perception -- 8 Starting from Scratch: Representing Meter Using Simple Programming Tools
9 "Computer Programmed With Just One Finger": Transcribing Rap Beats with the Roland TR-808 -- 10 Rebeaming Rhythms: Helping Students "Feel" the Need for Correct Beaming -- 11 Clapping for Credit: A Pedagogical Application of Reich's Clapping Music -- 12 Hindustani Tāl: Non-Western Explorations of Meter -- Part III Core Curriculum -- 13 Small-Scale Improvisation in the Music Theory Classroom -- 14 The Cognitive and Communicative Constraints of Part-Writing -- 15 Voice-Leading Detectives -- 16 Harmonic Sequences Simplified: The First Week of Instruction -- 17 Grading the Song
18 Finding the Implied Polyphony in the Minuet II from Bach's Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major -- 19 Using Tendency Tones to Teach the Morphology and Syntax of Chromatic Harmony -- 20 Apply Yourself! An Active Learning Lesson Plan for Introducing Secondary Dominants -- 21 Plot Twists: Narrative Pivots and the Enharmonic Augmented-Sixth Chord -- 22 Chromatic Mediants through the Context of Film Music -- 23 How to Analyze Chromatic Lament-Bass Harmonizations (Without Tears) -- 24 Introduction to Common-Tone Diminished-Seventh Chords
25 "It's an N, bro": Teaching Enharmonic Reinterpretations of Fully Diminished Seventh Chords by Ear -- Part IV Aural Skills -- 26 Defending the Straw Man: Modulation, Solmization, and What to Do with a Brain -- 27 Speaking Music -- 28 Finding Your Way Home: Methods for Finding Tonic -- 29 Error Detection in Aural Skills Classes -- 30 In Search of Hidden Treasures: An Exercise in Symphonic Hearing -- 31 An Aural Skills Introduction to Twelve-Tone Music: Dallapiccola's "Vespro, Tutto Riporti" -- Part V Post-Tonal Theory
32 Setting Sets Aside: Prioritizing Motive, Text, and Diversity in Post-Tonal Analysis Courses -- 33 Teaching and Learning Early Twentieth-Century Techniques at the Keyboard -- 34 Starting the Twentieth Century with a Bang!: A Lesson Plan for Whole-Tone Scales in Tosca -- 35 Twentieth-Century Polymodality: Scalar Layering, Chromatic Mismatch, and Symmetry -- 36 Twelve-Tone Study Using Symbols in Dallapiccola's "Fregi," from Quaderno Musicale di Annalibera -- 37 Integral Serialism -- Analysis of Gerhard, String Quartet No. 1, mvt. 3
Summary "Today's music theory instructors face a changing environment, one where the traditional lecture format is in decline. The Routledge Companion to Music Theory Pedagogy addresses this change head-on, featuring battle-tested lesson plans alongside theoretical discussions of music theory curriculum and course design. With the modern student in mind, scholars are developing creative new approaches to teaching music theory, encouraging active student participation within contemporary contexts such as flipped classrooms, music industry programs, and popular music studies. This volume takes a unique approach to provide resources for both the conceptual and pragmatic sides of music theory pedagogy. Each section includes thematic 'anchor' chapters that address key issues, accompanied by short 'topics' chapters offering applied examples that instructors can readily adopt in their own teaching. In eight parts, leading pedagogues from across North America explore how to most effectively teach the core elements of the music theory curriculum: Fundamentals, Rhythm and Meter, Core Curriculum, Aural Skills, Post-Tonal Theory, Form, Popular Music, Who, What, and How We Teach A broad musical repertoire demonstrates formal principles that transcend the Western canon, catering to a diverse student body with diverse musical goals. Reflecting growing interest in the field, and with an emphasis on easy implementation, The Routledge Companion to Music Theory Pedagogy presents strategies and challenges to illustrate and inspire, in a comprehensive resource for all teachers of music theory"-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author VanHandel, Leigh, editor.
Other Title Print version: Routledge companion to music theory pedagogy. [First edition.]. New York : Routledge, 2020 9781138585010