Ethnomusicological Perspectives on Music Teaching and Learning

I am pleased to announce a session entitled Teaching and Learning at the joint conference of the Society for Ethnomusicology, American Musicological Society, and Society for Music Theory:

Sunday, November 4, 2012, 8:30-10:30 am, S-Oakley [Sheraton New Orleans Hotel]

Teaching and Learning
David Hebert (Grieg Academy, Bergen University College), Chair

Susan Hurley-Glowa (University of Texas, Brownsville), ‘‘Brownsville Banda Sinaloense: Brass Bands, Border Towns and Bimusicality’’

Bryan Powell (Giving Open Access Learning -- GOAL-NY) and Radio Cremata (Aspira of Florida), ‘‘Democratizing Music with Free Technology’’

Vahideh Eisaei (Independent Scholar), ‘‘Cross-Media Communications: An Investigation in the Art of Teaching and Learning Persian Classical Music, Radif, via Skype and Recorded Tutorials’’

Jeffrey Cupchik (University of Rochester), ‘‘Exploring Ritual Transmission in an Interdisciplinary Context: Musical and Spiritual Apprenticeship in Tibetan Chöd Ritual Music Studies”

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