1st Edition

World Music Pedagogy, Volume VI: School-Community Intersections

    220 Pages
    by Routledge

    220 Pages
    by Routledge

    World Music Pedagogy, Volume VI: School-Community Intersections provides students with a resource for delving into the meaning of "world music" across a broad array of community contexts and develops the multiple meanings of community relative to teaching and learning music of global and local cultures. It clarifies the critical need for teachers to work in tandem with community musicians and artists in order to bridge the unnecessary gulf that often separates school music from the music of the world beyond school and to consider the potential for genuine collaborations across this gulf.

    The five-layered features of World Music Pedagogy are specifically addressed in various school-community intersections, with attention to the collaboration of teachers with local community artist-musicians and with community musicians-at-a-distance who are available virtually. The authors acknowledge the multiple routes teachers are taking to enable and encourage music learning in community contexts, such as their work in after-school academies, museums and libraries, eldercare centers, places of worship, parks and recreation centers, and other venues in which adults and children gather to learn music, make music, and become convivial through music

    This volume suggests that the world’s musical cultures may be found locally, can be tapped virtually, and are important in considerations of music teaching and learning in schools and community contexts. Authors describe working artists and teachers, scenarios, vignettes, and teaching and learning experiences that happen in communities and that embrace the role of community musicians in schools, all of which will be presented with supporting theoretical frameworks.

    Chapter 1: Teaching and Learning in Context

    Chapter 2: Attentive Listening for Cultural Awakenings

    Chapter 3: Participatory Musicking

    Chapter 4: Performing World Music

    Chapter 5: Creating World Music

    Chapter 6: Integrating World Music

    Chapter 7: Surmountable Challenges and Worthy Outcomes

    Appendix 1: Learning Pathways

    Appendix 2: References and Resources


    Patricia Shehan Campbell is Donald E. Peterson Professor at the University of Washington. She is editor of the Routledge World Music Pedagogy Series, and board member for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings and the Association for Cultural Equity.

    Chee-Hoo Lum is Associate Professor, Visual and Performing Arts Academic Group, at the National Institute of Education at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is the coordinator of the UNESCO UNITWIN: Arts Education Research for Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development.