The CMS Pedagogies & Innovations in Music series consists of short studies and manuals from a variety of music disciplines engaged in pedagogical discovery and innovative approaches to learning, creativity, performance, and scholarship. Serving faculty, administrators, instructors, and future instructors, these short-form books provide new ideas and theories about music curricula in higher education; evidence-based discussions on pedagogical methods and emerging methodologies for teaching music; strategies for improving musical careers; and resources for areas of study outside the traditional Western musical canon.
By Jonathan R. Kladder
June 16, 2022
Commercial and Popular Music in Higher Education brings together working examples of pedagogy in emerging areas of popular and commercial music to offer practical insights and provide a theoretical framework for today’s music educators. Written by a diverse group of experts, the eight chapters ...