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    • Challenges of assessing music performance: teachers’ perceptions 

      Oltedal, Elizabeth (NMH-publikasjoner;2017:8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      ABSTRACT - In recent years assessment discourse has given prominence to issues of measurement and accountability, despite the fact that it is principles of individually tailored goals and feedback that characterise the ...
    • Challenges to music education research. Reflections from a Swedish perspective 

      Hultberg, Cecilia K. (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 16, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015-12)
      ABSTRACT This article is based on selected themes in my keynote at the 20th conference of The Nordic Network of Music Education Research (NNMPF) held at The Royal College of Music in Stockholm, 23 April 2014. Starting ...
    • Challenging music teacher education in Norway: popularmusic and music teacher education 

      Christophersen, Catharina (Utdanningsforskning i musikk – skriftserie fra CERM (Centre for Educational Research in Music);Vol. 1, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      While there are ongoing debates about popular music education’s legitimacy in some parts of the world (Ho, 2014; Mantie, 2013; Feichas, 2010), popular music repertoire has been a part of Nordic music education curricula ...
    • Choral singing as health musicking. A discussion on music, education and health 

      Balsnes, Anne Haugland (NMH-publikasjoner;2014:8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      ABSTRACT. - In this article, the relationship between music, education and health related to choral singing is discussed. The discussion actualizes both the borders between and the common ground shared by different music ...
    • ‘Come sing, dance and relax with me!’ Exploring interactive ‘health musicking’ between a girl with disabilities and her family playing with ‘REFLECT’ (A case study) 

      Stensæth, Karette (Series from the Centre for Music and Health;8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This empirical article, is a case study that looks at how a lively girl with Down syndrome, together with her mother, father and grandmother, experiences the CCTs known as REFLECT, which was developed for the RHYME tests ...
    • Composition in Music Education: A Literature Review of 10 Years of Research Articles Published in Music Education Journals 

      Viig, Tine Grieg (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 16, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015-12)
      ABSTRACT This article provides a comprehensive review of 89 articles published over ten years in the journals Music Education Research, British Journal of Music Education, Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music ...
    • Connecting aural training and choral singing 

      Jaakkola, Soila (NMH-publikasjoner;2013:10, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This presentation is based on a paper given at the GEFFF conference in October 2012, which in turn was based on the present author’s dissertation (Jaakkola 2012), where methods for connecting aural training and choral ...
    • Creative structures or structured creativity. Examining algorithmic composition as a learning tool 

      Falthin, Peter (NMH-publikasjoner;2012:2, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      How do student composers develop and structure creative resources aided by algorithmic methods? This empirical study draws from cultural-historical theory and cognitive psychology, concerning internalization and the ...
    • Crossing affordances: Hybrid music as a tool in intercultural music practices 

      Kvaal, Camilla (NMH-publikasjoner;2017:8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      ABSTRACT - The article discusses aspects of intercultural musicking and how to analyse hybrid music as a tool in such practices. It investigates joint musicking as a field of negotiation, the result being more and less ...
    • Crossing borders. Perspectives on learning in a school musical project 

      Edberg, Lorentz (NMH-publikasjoner;2013:1, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This article focuses on in what ways learning arose and developed in a school musical project, what it was like, and how one can understand this activity in an educational context? The school musical project was put on in ...
    • Da er jeg liksom glad… Om musikk og livskraft i et barnekulturperspektiv 

      Vestad, Ingeborg Lunde (Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse;5, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      In this text an ethnographical approach to how children use music in their everyday lives is linked with theoretical perspectives from positive psychology. By combining empirical examples on how music is used as a part of ...
    • Daglig musikklytting 

      Skarpeid, Grete (NMH-publikasjoner;2009:5, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      På en barne- ungdomspsykiatrisk poliklinikk hvor jeg er ansatt som klinisk pedagog og musikkterapeut, har jeg ofte observert unge jenter på venterommet med mp3-spilleren sin og øretelefoner på. Disse tar de av når de ...
    • ”Deltagelse” – en diskusjon av begrepet 

      Stensæth, Karette; Jenssen, Dag (Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse;9, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      I denne teksten vil vi se nærmere på begrepet deltagelse. Vi vil ikke avgrense våre refleksjoner til barnevern og musikk, men også løfte fram noen filosofiske sider ved begrepet i et hverdagslig og samfunnsmessig perspektiv. ...
    • Den diffusa positionen. Analys och diskussion av perspektiv på musikens och konstens ontologi 

      Holmberg, Kristina (Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 15, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      ABSTRACT. - The fuzzy position – Analysis and discussion of perspectives of ontology in music and art. - For many reasons, different perspectives on music and the arts are of great importance to the field of music education. ...
    • Den gang da, akkurat nå og litt til ... 

      Kristiansen, Frode Aass; Dæhli, Silje Ulvevadet (Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse;1, Chapter, 2008)
    • Den nasjonale minneseremonien etter 22. juli 2011 

      Knudsen, Jan Sverre (Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse;7, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Terrorangrepene i Regjeringskvartalet i Oslo og på Utøya ble etterfulgt av en lang rekke offentlige arrangementer, de fleste med musikalsk opptreden som en vesentlig uttrykksform. 21. august 2011 ble den offisielle statlige ...
    • Den profesjonelle kulturskolelæreren i et sammensatt yrkesfelt 

      Westby, Inger Anne (Utdanningsforskning i musikk – skriftserie fra CERM (Centre for Educational Research in Music);Vol. 1, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Bakgrunnen for denne teksten er interesse for hva slags kompetanse nyutdannede musikkpedagoger trenger i møte med et sammensatt yrkesfelt. Fokus i yrkesfeltet er kulturskolelærerollen, og her avgrenset til kulturskolelæreren ...
    • Den pædagogiske modernist. Bent Lorentzens arbejde med musik af, for og med børn 

      Bonde, Lars Ole (NMH-publikasjoner;2014:8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Since 1971, after 7 years of teaching music theory at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Aarhus, the composer Bent Lorentzen has lived as a free artist. Internationally he is best known for his 15 operas, however, he has ...
    • Designing four generations of ‘Musicking Tangibles’ 

      Cappelen, Birgitta; Andersson, Anders-Petter (Series from the Centre for Music and Health;8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This article, which builds on several conference papers, describes what we call ‘Musicking Tangibles’, a novel approach towards understanding and design of interactive music technology for people with special needs. The ...
    • Det store skillet? Om skriftlighetens betydning for kognitiv bevissthet i musikalsk læring 

      Blix, Hilde Synnøve (NMH-publikasjoner;2009, nr 8, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      Music reading and writing are regarded as useful skills for musicians in many genres. As a means to communicate, written music is a useful tool both for composers, musicians and musicologists. Discussions concerning whether ...