Monthly Archives: January 2012

At the Illinois Music Educators Conference

I’ll be giving two presentations at the Illinois Music Educators Conference (IMEC, the conference formerly known as IMEA). What Movement Teaches and How It Shows: Introduction to Dalcroze Eurhythmics Thursday, 2:15–3:30 PM, Convention Center room 222 The Ukulele Ensemble: Sustainable … Continue reading

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A Must and a Most: Wisdom for Music Education from the Recording Studio and Hip-Hop column [General Music Today]

I truly enjoy sharing ideas with a practical orientation, these days primarily via my General Music Today column, “Secondary Scene.” Like most scholars, I sometimes don’t know if I’ve really connected, but two nice bits of feedback this week put a … Continue reading

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Review of free software [Audacity, December issue of Music Educators Journal]

About a year ago, a graduate student and I were lamenting the complete lack of free software in the “Technology for Teaching” section of Music Educators Journal. I theorized that this had to do with the review process (namely, that … Continue reading

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