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Coss, Roger G. – International Journal of Music Education, 2018
The tensions present in learning jazz improvisation are well recognized given the contextual shift from more informal environments such as jam sessions and apprenticeships towards academic settings such as school bands and college jazz programs. Research suggests that the development of instruction in music education be informed by and modeled…
Descriptors: Music, Teaching Experience, Creative Activities, Experienced Teachers
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Thomson, Paula; Jaque, S. Victoria; Baltz, Ann – International Journal of Music Education, 2017
Opera singers face psychological and occupational demands that often compromise well-being and career satisfaction. In this repeated measures study, professional and pre-professional opera singers participated in either a two-week or four-week intensive training program that was designed to enhance performance skills. Curriculum was taught in an…
Descriptors: Opera, Music, Music Education, Multivariate Analysis