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Jazz cats unmasked : revealing tales/tails of jazz education, musicians and teachers

Loughlin, Jill 2009, Jazz cats unmasked : revealing tales/tails of jazz education, musicians and teachers, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.

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Title Jazz cats unmasked : revealing tales/tails of jazz education, musicians and teachers
Author(s) Loughlin, JillORCID iD for Loughlin, Jill
Publication date 2009
Total pages 261
Publisher Lambert Academic Publishing
Place of Publication Germany
Keyword(s) jazz education
music education philosophy
New Zealand jazz
teacher subjectivity
arts-informed research
narrative inquiry
Summary New Zealand jazz education has come of age in the last 30 years.  The presence of a jazz curriculum in schools and universities has reflected students' desire to study this vernacular music and an adherence to international shifts in music education.  Yet, the Jazz genre commands the least market share in terms of record sales and concert attendance worldwide.  Now often described as America's true 'classical music', the cogent questions would seem to be 'why jazz', 'why now' and 'why here'?  This book explores these questions through the narrative of two New Zealand-born jazz educators who have made considerable contributions in post-secondary settigns.  It takes a critical look at their musical lives, and the influence that experience, context  and self-perception has ontheir teaching philosophies.  Stripping back the layers created by predominant binaries of musician/educator, glocal/global, history/genealogy, formal/informal and generalist/specialist, thsi book makes liberal use of a range of  arts-informed methodologies to unmask the main actors in jazz education adding to the ongoing broader international discussion of future directions of the art.
ISBN 9783838316635
Language eng
Field of Research 220202 History and Philosophy of Education
130103 Higher Education
Socio Economic Objective 970113 Expanding Knowledge in Education
HERDC Research category A2 Authored - other
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