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As string researchers teaching in the 21st Century, we need to better understand what it is we need to teach and how best to teach it. We also need to think about our current string research and determine how it can best be aligned with our current pedagogy, what reinforces the theoretical...
The purpose of this study was to examine the factors influencing teachers’ inclusion of music composition activities in the school orchestra curriculum. Specific research questions included: 1) What are the pre-service composing experiences of school orchestra teachers? 2) What are teachers’...
I examined the strategies that beginning-level string students use to memorize aurally and visually presented musical material over 15-minutes of self-monitored practice. An observational descriptive design was implemented. Results indicated only 12 (48%) of the 25 participants were able to...
The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of primary performance area, education level, and performance quality on pre-service music teachers’ evaluations of middle school string orchestra performances. Participants (N = 78) were pre-service band, choral, and orchestra teachers who...
Given the importance of modeling in teaching young students to perform, particularly in the Suzuki approach, as well as the importance of playing in-tune, we studied intonation performances on four recordings of Suzuki Violin School Volume I. These are performances that many string teachers...
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