Music, Gender, Education
Cambridge University Press, 28 mrt. 1997 - 282 pagina's
This book focuses on the role of education in relation to music and gender. Invoking a concept of musical patriarchy and a theory of the social construction musical meanings, Lucy Green shows how women's musical practices and gendered musical meanings have been reproduced, hand in hand, through history. Covering a wide range of music, including classical, jazz and popular styles, Dr Green uses ethnographic methods to convey the everyday interactions and experiences of girls, boys, and their teachers. She views the contemporary school music classroom as a microcosm of the wider society, and reveals the participation of music education in the continued production and reproduction of gendered musical practices and meanings.
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MUSICAL MEANING AND WOMENS MUSICAL
women playing instruments
Towards a model of gendered musical meaning
Affirming femininity in the music classroom
From affirmation to interruption of femininity in the music
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