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21st Century Innovation in Music Education Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of the Music Education Community (INTERCOME 2018), October 25-26, 2018, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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    Music is an expression of feelings of the soul conveyed through the medium of sound. But not all sounds are music. It might be said that only an organised sound or series of sounds can be called music. Thus, music is connected to the eternal and constant flow and order of the universe, to the laws and rhythms of nature. It can also be said that musical order is comparable to the natural order of the universe. There are laws of a certain nature in the natural sciences and likewise in music there are structures and procedures, or even rules, that should be followed to produce beautiful music. The International Conference "Innovations for 21st Century Music Education and Research" provided a timely opportunity to take stock of the latest developments in music education and brought together educators, researchers and members of the broader community in a welcoming forum in which they were able to express theoretical and practical views, concepts, research results and principles to help support the further development of music education.

    Improvisation as experience in music education: Context & Ideas
    L. Higgins

    The position of humans in the Karawitan lyrics of Ki Narto Sabdo: An ecocritical perspective
    S.A. Sayuti

    Ethnomusicology of The Dawn: Understanding the intergenerational impact of their song ‘Salamat’
    E.V. Lianita

    The existence of Hailee Steinfeld (‘Haiz’) fans in Indonesia: An academic perspective
    J. Francoise

    The pervasiveness of K-pop in 21st century Indonesia
    P.V. Langit, K.S. Astuti, A. Yuliyanti & R.M. Nasution

    Teaching music for communicating and sharing information in the Malian traditional society
    T. Kasse & K.S. Astuti

    Music bibliography of South Kalimantan (1978–2017)
    S. Hadi

    Differences in developing musical competencies in Indonesia, The Netherlands, and France
    K.S. Astuti, A. Armini, H. Sri Mudjilah, E.Th.M. Bijsterveld, S. Vrede & W. Veugelers

    The role of music education in promoting moral behaviour among children
    M.U. Okeke

    Music learners and the profile of music teachers in the digital world: The Nigerian scenario
    P.C. Ozoaghuta

    The influence of deep learning model on musicality and character through Dolanan songs
    K.S. Astuti, M.G. Widyastuti & HT. Silaen

    Developing instructional multimedia for learning traditional music by encyclopedia form
    N.A. Anandhita & Ishartiwi

    Multimedia Talempong Pacik learning: Virtual instrument based on Android
    B.F.F. Zerky & K.S. Astuti

    Beatbox for teaching in 21st century music education
    E.P. Grandena & A.N. Machfauzia

    The effects of applying games in music class on character and learning achievements
    H. Praptomo & T.H. Retnowati

    Learning through an interactive multimedia CD to strengthen musicality and character values
    T. Dwipa & K.S. Astuti

    Gamolan multimedia: An innovative media for traditional musical instrument learning
    I.K.S.S. Putra & A.N. Machfauzia

    MIDI as a medium for improving student’s vocal abilities in the choir learning
    F. Pagga & K.S. Astuti

    Experimenting Sing, Sign and Play method in an elementary school to improve musical learning
    R.L. Ulfa & A.N. Machfauzia

    The implementation of the Suzuki method in Tingkilan music extracurricular learning
    S.N. Hikmah & S. Pradoko

    An effort to increase learning outcomes in musical scale teaching using the ‘PILKABE’ strategy

    Keroncong multimedia: An alternative music learning media
    D.A.P. Anggara & A.N. Machfauzia

    Bringing 21st century music skills to the curriculum through interdisciplinary study
    A. Mustikawati & K.S. Astuti

    The impact of the UK curriculum on the musicality of Indonesian students
    Priyadi & K.S. Astuti

    Increasing sight-reading ability through implementation of the Super Sight-Reading Secrets programme
    Z.A.W. Putra & K.S. Astuti

    The effect of collaborative learning on the Rinding Gumbeng music skills and appreciation
    V.E. Dewi

    Vocal learning efforts to increase music teachers’ abilities in Panti Dewi kindergarten
    P.P Rusdewanti, D. Kristianingsih & D. Jogjaningrum

    Comparison of cognitive and improvisational learning models on music students’ learning
    Y Widiyanto & K.S. Astuti

    The effectiveness of vocal learning using the drill learning method
    N.R.D. Arini & H.S. Mudjilah

    Early inculcation of character values through children’s songs
    H.Y. Wicaksono, Agustianto & Y.J. Fitria

    Effect of a backing track on improvement of students’ electric guitar playing skills
    A. Suprayogi & K.S. Astuti

    How music education can contribute to moral development and citizenship?
    W. Veugelers & J. Terlingen

    Musical ability effect on interpersonal intelligence, empathy and self-confidence
    C.H.K. Adi & Sutiyono

    A revitalization of Lubuklinggau folk songs to engraft the patriotism
    A. Fadlilah & K.S. Astuti

    Gandang Tambua & Tasa: Elements of music and relevance to character education
    M. Afdhal & A.N. Machfauzia

    Auditive stimulation of dance accompaniment in the Sekar Kinanti art studio as a method of increasing kinesthetic intelligence
    G.K.W. Anggraheni, K.S. Astuti, A. Husna & W.O. Wiko

    Cultivating the spirit of nationalism through the song ‘Manuk Dadali’
    S.R. Mahmudah & Sumaryadi

    The value of local wisdom in children’s song for character education
    M.Y. Putrajip, K.S. Astuti & Y. Fitrianto

    Gamelan music therapy to train the inner sensation to get the feeling of the dance
    D.A. Fajar & R. Wiharsih

    Educational values in the Erpangir Ku Lau ritual
    A.P.H. Purba & K.S. Astuti

    Moral teaching in children’s religious songs
    G. Dwiyantoro & H. Pamadhi

    Developing character values through Javanese gamelan
    A. Pranata & S. Rudiyati

    Tolerance education through a choral lesson in schools
    O. Pratama & K.S. Astuti

    The educational values in the art of Randai Sutan Budiman in Kambang Lengayang
    J. Yuliandri & A.N. Machfauzia

    Meanings in the Orang Rimba ritual honey-gathering song in Jambi, Indonesia
    D.N. Anggraini & S. Pradoko

    An analysis of Rokan hilir hymn song as a learning material for music subject in school
    A. Husna, A.M.S. Pradoko W.O Wiko & G.K.W. Anggraheni

    The relationship between folk song and people’s moral education
    A. Yunanto & H. Pamadhi

    Kuadai dance music and symbolic meaning as a medium for early childhood learning
    Hartono & R. lanjari, A.H. Saputri & B. Susetyo

    Educational values through Senjang songs in Sekayu, Musi Banyuasin Regency
    A.R. Purnamasari & S. Pradoko

    Efforts to enhance research methodology achievements through classroom interactions
    H.S. Mudjilah

    The effects of peer group behavior on attention to the gamelan among teenagers
    Y. Delvianita & Djohan

    Children’s learning of Dolanan songs in the digital era
    E. Nurhayati & K.S. Astuti

    The revivals of Haydn’s oratorio The Creation
    T. Bramantyo

    The perspective of Western music in wayang kulit gamelan
    Y.E. Susilo

    Opening melody for patet sound space on shadow puppet theatre
    H.B. Prasetya, I.K.N Putra & T.W. Widodo

    The meaning of the Koyunbaba song (Suite Für Gitarre Op.19) in Carlo Domeniconi’s work
    B. Walidaini & S.A. Sayuti

    A study of stambul II singing style in the Muntilan Keroncong Putra Kasih orchestra
    K.W.I. Cahyani & K.S. Astuti

    Malay song forms in Kuansing, Kampar and Rokan Hulu regencies, Riau Province

    The process of learning Tifa instruments in the Asmat tribe
    F.E.I. Rahayaan & K.S. Astuti

    Counter rhythmic and counter melodic methods for angklung music arrangement’s
    B.P. Korantalaga & A.M.S. Pradoko

    The implementation of canon training to increase harmony sensitivity of choir members
    F.A. Pamungkas & K.S. Astuti

    Advantages and challenges of the open-ended approach in nurturing creativity
    D. Wulandari

    ‘Aesthetic’ electoral politics: How songs are utilized in Indonesian elections

    Literature review: The effect of music therapy on labour pains
    K. Resmaniasih

    Effects of music therapy on decreasing pain in post-partum mothers with Caesarean sections (meta-analysis study)
    S. Mawaddah

    Influence of playing motion and songs on the social skills of children in early childhood
    E. Yetti & V. Anggraini

    Targeting music business opportunities in the town
    R.P Hanangun & A.G.B. Triprasetyo

    Integrating music and visual art in batik Tembe Renda
    Fathurrahman & I.K. Sunarya

    Talempong Anam Salido as an Islamic representation of Minangkabau people
    M. Irfan & A.S. Suminto

    Sasandu musical instruments as Nusa Tenggara Timur cultural arts promotion media
    W.O. Wiko, S. Pradoko, G.K.W. Anggraheni & A. Husna

    Correlation between musical imagery and guitar improvisability in Soroako’s music community
    A.C. Pasande & K.S. Astuti


    Dr. Kun Setyaning Astuti, M,Pd., is Vice Dean of the Languages and Arts Faculty, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta- Indonesia from 2012 to present. She is a lecturer at the Music Education Department and Art Education Program Study. She has a lot of experience in teaching and doing research at the national and international level in music teaching methods, development of music teaching models, and evaluation of music teaching. She has conducted international research collaboration with Utrecht University and Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, Utrecht in the Netherlands for more than 8 years. Beside that she have been doing research with conservatory of Den Haag-the Netherlands, University voor Humanistiek Utrecht, the Netherlands, and De Poitiers France. She also has observing the musical ability of several musical skills in many countries, besides her expertise on music education.

    Prof. Gary McPherson, Ph.D. is currently the Ormond Professor of Music and Director of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music at the University of Melbourne. He is a former President of the Australian and International Societies for Music Education, and has published well over 200 articles and book chapters, including editing the Oxford Handbook of Music Education and recent books such as "The Child as Musician" and "Musical Prodigies" (OUP, 2016).

    Bambang Sugeng, Ph. D. is a senior lecturer at the English Education Department, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Yogyakarta State University. He teaches English as a foreign language (TEFL) mostly specializing in grammar, literature, and arts and culture. He has been doing post doctorate programs in prominent host universities in Australia, England, and the United States of America. He is also presently an editor of Jurnal Kependidikan (JK) and Journal of Education (JOE), published by Yogyakarta State University.
    He has written textbooks for grade, high school, and university students. He is a competent language editor.

    Nila Kurniasari, M.Pd is a lecturer working at the Faculty of Languages and Arts, Yogyakarta State University. As a lecturer in the English Department, she has been teaching English as foreign language to Indonesian students taking English as their major and teaching English for Specific Purposes for students taking other majors for over 4 years. She has been involved in studies, particularly on the role and application of e-learning in TEFL and she has been conducting workshops on similar topics.

    Dr. Tutut Herawan is a principal researcher at AMCS Research Centre and presently acting as a research consultant at Yogyakarta State University. Formerly, he was an associate professor at the Department of Information Systems, University of Malaya. He received a PhD degree in Information Technology in 2010 from Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. He is a visiting researcher at Parallel and Distributed Computing Research Lab of Deakin University, Australia. He is also a flying lecturer in many universities in Indonesia. He is the executive editor of the Malaysian Journal of Computer Science (ISI JCR with IF 0.405). He has also guest edited many special issues in many reputable international journals. He has edited five Springer-series books and published more than 270 articles in various book chapters, international journals and conference proceedings which are indexed in Scopus database (with H-index 19). He is an active reviewer for more than 50 international journals including top flagships journal e.g. IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Knowledge-Based Systems, Information Sciences, IEEE Access, and many more.

    Christopher Drake, M.A. is a graduate of Oxford University, where he read Jurisprudence, he is also a member of the Advisory Group of Oxford University's China Office and a Mentor with Hong Kong University. He regularly runs workshops on Living Values Education which aim to support teachers and other educationists in bringing a values-based perspective to education and classrooms and has spoken on related topics at numerous conferences. He is also a Founding Trustee of the Values Education Trust in the UK and an Advisory Board member of the Global Harmony Foundation in Switzerland.

    Ashadi S.Pd.,M.Hum., Ed.D. has been in the teaching profession since early 2000. He earned his doctorate degree from The University of Melbourne in 2014 after completing his dissertation in teacher education and quality in Indonesian public school. His research interests include academic writing, teacher professional development, teacher mentoring and qualitative research in education settings. He is currently working on a number of publication types in monodisciplinary and interdisciplinary studies.

    Endah Retnowati, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, since 2003. She graduated from the School of Education, the University of New South Wales, Australia, and has been doing research on instructional designs, problem solving and teacher professionalism. Her most recent findings on how collaborative learning works best using the perspective of cognitive theory has been published in reputable journals such as the Journal of Educational Psychology and Applied Cognitive Psychology. Her scopus h-index is currently 3. Besides teaching and research, Endah has a role as an associate editor of an international journal Cakrawala Pendidikan (a journal of education).

    Adi Cilik Pierewan completed his Ph.D. at the University of Manchester and his undergraduate studies at Universitas Gadjah Mada. His research interests lie in the area of well-being, social change, and the use of secondary datasets. He has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines of statistics, education, public health and public policy.