Ubiquitous Music Learning in a Postperformance World [NSSE Yearbook chapter]

I have a chapter in the just released book, The place of music in the 21st Century: A global perspective. The one hundred-eleventh NSSE yearbook. My chapter, “Ubiquitous Music Learning in a Postperoformance World” looks how peopled changed and were changed by two technological innovations: sound recording in the late 19th century, and digital media in the late 20th century. I try to provide some avenues by which the music education profession can critically engage with the profound changes in music, musician, and audience.

Google has a copy of my chapter available here.

Congrats to Cathy Benedict and Patrick Schmidt for pulling all this together, and I hope the volume promotes some rich discussion.

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Music education: media, technology, and participatory music.
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