Genres, values, and music pedagogy students identity formation as music teachers in spe
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Original versionI: Utdanningsforskning i musikk – didaktiske, sosiologiske og filosofiske perspektiver, s. 127-139
In this essay, I want to highlight dimensions of identity formation as instrumental teachers among music pedagogy students, from the perspective of musical genres, understood as musical cultures. Further, I will discuss how cultural value systems in respective genres afford different kinds of musical learning and potentials for performer identity formation, and different kinds of didactical learning and thus potentials for teacher identity formation. The overall aim with this review is to contribute to the discussion of content in the subject Musikdidaktik (Ferm & Johansen, 2008) when taking genre, cultural values and performer/teacher identities into account. As a point of departure, I will present a narrative from my own teaching practice as jazz vocal teacher.
Festskrift til Geir Johansen
SeriesUtdanningsforskning i musikk – skriftserie fra CERM (Centre for Educational Research in Music);Vol. 1