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 glide in my stride:

1. Alex Ruthmann’s flattering tweet about my newest column, “Wisdom for Music Education from the Recording Studio.” [available on my publications page]

2. Having my first column, “Hip-Hop, Digital Media, and the Changing Face of Music Education” [Open access post-print version via IDEALS, or definitive final version behind a paywall]reach number one on the “most-read” charts for GMT in December:

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Music education: media, technology, and participatory music.
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One Response to A Must and a Most: Wisdom for Music Education from the Recording Studio and Hip-Hop column [General Music Today]

  1. Pingback: Hearing a new music education story: From Sousa to Gould to Madlib, with Joyce and Powers also in the mix | Matthew Thibeault

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