Monthly Archives: March 2012

Media and Music Education (NAfME Philosophy SRIG)

I will present this week at the National Association for Music Education conference, part of the Philosophy Special Research Interest Group. As the theme is media, my initial five-minute allotment will be filled by playing the following video, which will … Continue reading

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Piece on Creative Rights [in Music Education Research]

Music Education Research has just published an article of mine on creative rights, “From compliance to creative rights in music education: rethinking intellectual property in the age of new media.” [Free open access post-print version available, or view on the MER site … Continue reading

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Speaking at the Center for the Study of Education and the Musical Experience

I recently visited Northwestern University, where I shared a paper with the famed doctoral seminar at CSEME. The paper, “Ubiquitous music learning in a postperformance word” is my contribution to The place of music in the 21st century: The one hundred-eleventh … Continue reading

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Piece about HUU in UIUC Postmarks

Postmarks is a newsletter that goes to friends and parents of currently enrolled UIUC students. The spring 2012 issue has a wonderful short piece on Designing Musical Experiences/the Homebrew Ukulele Union. The author, Dusty Rhodes, really gets the ideas of … Continue reading

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Improvisation for piano duo [new General Music Today column]

The April issue of General Music Today has a focus on creativity and composition. For my column, I present a simple improvisation for a duo at the piano, which I relate to games as John Dewey spoke of them, and what … Continue reading

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