Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Popular Music and Education

Popular music education is a subject that is at present under-explored, despite increasing numbers of popular music courses and other educational provision. More research is needed to map out the area and engage critically with the many new challenges it is presenting. IASPM Journal, the journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, wishes to encourage further research and debate in this area, with a special issue on popular music education. Drawing on the extensive contemporary and historical expertise of our cross-cultural membership, this collection of papers offers a wide range of perspectives on the processes of teaching and learning popular music.

Editor
Prof Hillegonda C Rietveld

Special Issue Editors:
Prof Lucy Green
Dr Don Lebler
Dr Rupert Till

Additional Editors
Dr William Echard
Dr Carlo Nardi

Reviews Editor
Dr Penny Spirou

Assistant Editor
Jacopo Tomatis

–––––––

Table of Contents

Editorial

Lucy Green, Don Lebler, Rupert Till
PDF
1-3

Popular Music Education: Articles

Bryan Powell, Andrew Krikun, Joseph Michael Pignato
PDF
4-22
Almir Cortes Barreto, Hafez Modirzadeh
PDF
23-35
Michael O'Brien
PDF
36-53
Amalia Casas-Mas, Ignacio Montero, Juan Ignacio Pozo
PDF
54-80
Eugene Dairianathan, Larry Hilarian Francis
PDF
81-99
Liz Przybylski, Nasim Niknafs
PDF
100-123
Don Lebler, Donna Weston
PDF
124-138
Brendan Anthony
PDF
139-156
Diana Blom, Kim Poole
PDF
157-180
Michael Ahlers
PDF
181-194
Christofer Jost
PDF
195-212

Reviews

Diane Hughes
PDF
213-216
Marco Ferrarese
PDF
217-219
Ian Collinson
PDF
220-221