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e-Journal of studies in music education

eJournal 9_2

Volume 9 No.2

The latest issue of the e-Journal of studies in music education - Volume 9 No. 2 is now online. As with the previous issues, it is a FREE online journal, downloadable here as a pdf  (e-Journal of studies in music education Volume 9 No. 2).

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The e-Journal of studies in music education is the new name for the journal formerly known as Sound Ideas.

As with Sound Ideas, the e-Journal of studies in music education is devoted to music education concerns. Published by the School of Music, University of Canterbury, the last issue of Sound Ideas was published early in 2009 by Te Puna Puoru National Centre for Research in Music Education and Sound Arts, University of Canterbury, as a biannual downloadable journal.

The first on-line issue was put on this site in 2009 as Sound Ideas Volume 8. This was a special introductory issue, and is downloadable as a PDF. It is made up of a selection of articles from earlier Sound Ideas together with a list and content index of all nineteen issues of Sound Ideas from 1997 to 2008.

The e-Journal of studies in music education continues the numbering system of Sound Ideas, starting with Volume 8 No. 2

Each issue of the e-Journal of studies in music education includes between three and six fully refereed articles, together with information of interest to music educators, especially those in New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific area and South-east Asia. Researchers from these regions are invited to submit articles for publication in future issues of the e-Journal.

Subscribing to the e-Journal of studies in music education

Volumes 8 and 9 are freely accessible issues, at no charge

Editorial Team:

    * Roger Buckton
    * David Sell
    * Patrick Shepherd
    * Stuart Wise

Copies of Sound Ideas

Printed copies of Sound Ideas are available for $10 per single issue, $20 per volume, or $50 for a complete set of nineteen issues
All issues are still available from the School of Music, University of Canterbury

Volume 1

SI vol 1/1 SI vol 1/2 SI vol 1/3
  • No. 1 Music and the Arts: An arranged marriage?
  • No. 2 The business of music education
  • No. 3 Assessment in music education

Volume 2

SI vol 2/1 SI vol 2/2 SI vol 2/3
  • No. 1 Tangata whenua and tangata Pasifika: music of the people
  • No. 2 Music and learning
  • No. 3 "Switched on" Technology in music education

Volume 3

SI vol 3/1 SI vol 3/2 SI vol 3/3
  • No. 1 Music in Early Childhood
  • No. 2 Research in Music Education
  • No. 3 Nurturing through Music

Volume 4

SI vol 4/1 SI vol 4/2 SI vol 4/3
  • No. 1 Asians and Western European Music
  • No. 2 The Church and Music Education
  • No. 3 Practice and Perormance: Wordly Practices 

Volume 5

SI vol 5/1 SI vol 5/2 SI vol 5/3
  • No. 1 Where's the next gig? New challenges for music education
  • No. 2 Are you qualified to teach music?
  • No. 3 Blowing your own: makers and shakers

Volume 6

SI vol 6/1 SI vol 1/2 SI vol1/3
  • No. 1 Voices from the past
  • No. 2 Musical preferences - musical journeys through life
  • No. 3 Folk Music in a multicultural society

Volume 7: Teaching to Listen

SI vol 7/1

Learning to listen is surely the most basic aspect of a musical education. The biggest difficulty for the teacher is knowing what listening to music means, whether it can be taught, and if so, how to teach it.

Teaching to Listen focuses on a number of issues relating to how we hear, how we learn to listen and how we can teach the art of listening.

Editor David Sell

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