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Author:
Bennett Reimer
ISBN13:
978-0130993380
ISBN:
0130993387
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Publisher:
Pearson; 3 edition (August 5, 2002)
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Music
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4.6
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874

The foundational concept of this book-that the values of music are gained through direct experiences with its meaningful sounds-remains intact. by. Bennett Reimer (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

A Philosophy of Music Education book.

A Philosophy of Music Education: Advancing the Vision.

This book examines the unique value of music and music learning, explains why school music education has been such a successful enterprise in the past, and proposes future directions for continued growth. - Dr. Steven Morrison, University o f Washington. Reimer is perhaps the most progressive thinker in music education because he is so knowledgeable and compassionate about current trends in philosophy, education, and psychology.

Bennett Reimer, Northwestern University. The foundational concept-that the values of music are gained through direct experiences with its meaningful sounds-remains intact, but is explained and applied in broader, more inclusive scope, with a synergistic philosophical stance as the basis.

The foundational concept of this book-that the values of music are gained through direct experiences with its meaningful sounds-remains intact, but is explained and applied in broader, more inclusive scope, with a synergistic philosophical stance as the basis

For music educators, music lovers, or anyone who wants a synergistic philosophy of music education inclusive of a variety of positions.

The foundational concept of this book-that the values of music are gained through direct experiences with its meaningful sounds-remains intact, but is explained and applied in broader, more inclusive scope, with a synergistic philosophical stance as the basis. For music educators, music lovers, or anyone who wants a synergistic philosophy of music education inclusive of a variety of positions.

KEYWORDS: Music Education, Philosophy of Music Education, Schafer, Soundscapes .

KEYWORDS: Music Education, Philosophy of Music Education, Schafer, Soundscapes, Pre-Service Teachers. JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vo. 0 N. 0, October 11, 2019.

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This book advances the philosophy of its previous editions into new territory, recasting it in light of emerging ideas and interests in philosophy in general and in philosophy of music in particular. The foundational concept of this book—that the values of music are gained through direct experiences with its meaningful sounds—remains intact, but is explained and applied in broader, more inclusive scope, with a synergistic philosophical stance as the basis. In addition it clarifies and updates for readers the explanations of musical feeling, musical creativity, and musical meaning that are at its core. For music educators, music lovers, or anyone who wants a synergistic philosophy of music education inclusive of a variety of positions.

  • Although many universities may require this text as part of their graduate studies in music philosophy, I found the book to be a rehashing of the author's previous two editions. If one has the 2nd edition, I see no reason to spend the time or money on this book.

  • Some of Bennett Reimer's writings are very inspiring. I am so thankful that my college professor used this particular book for our required reading.

  • This book is selling old, modernist ideas about music which are totally unconvincing compared to the postmodern views of music (e.g., Lawrence Kramer, John Shepherd, George Lipsitz, Robert Walser, Richard Taruskin) I've been studying in musicology and ethnomusicology courses (where the profs just chuckle at Reimer's book). Why do my music education profs still believe this stuff?

  • This book is poor. It 's not "philosophical" in any sense because it's not logical and it's not supported by the majority of music scholars today. Reimer contradicts himself at every turn; he doesn't understand what Langer is really saying; and. his absolutist notion of music is completely out of synch with what most scholars argue about music today. Reimer just mouths a lot of fluffy, feel-good nonsense.

  • Reimer wants his readers to think he's done something important by putting his tired, old ideas into new words (here and there) and using a new cover. Only his rabid followers will agree. This is the same old stuff that Reimer has always tried to sell and it fails for the same basic reasons: Reimer does not have -- Reimer never had -- a plausible explanation of the nature and value of music. Reimer is obvioulsy desperate -- he's running very hard -- to save his legacy in this "third" book (the same book x 3!). But he cannot. He fails, again, because a new generation of music education philosophers -- Bowman, Jorgensen, Elliott, Regelski -- has already exposed Reimer's poor thinking, weak scholarship, and faulty logic in the past. This "third" edition is full of the same old problems.

  • I'm tired of hearing from the neophyte philosophy Nazis on this website about how Reimer is out-of-step with contemporary philosophy. The man and his work defined a generation of music educators. Period. He put the issues on the table, and he gave folks like Elliott and Jorgensen something to respond to when there was no comparable scholarship in music education. Like it or not, his book provides a reason why music is indispensable in the education of children, something that other philosophers have not done.

    The negative reviewers on here treat philosophy like fundamentalist religion: MY god is better than YOUR god. Here's a hint for those folks: there is no TRUE philosophy of music or music education. In the marketplace of ideas, the "winners" are those who stimulate the most conversation. And Reimer has done more than his share of that.

    I find the third edition less valuable than the second, because Reimer, I think, is trying too hard in the third edition to placate his detractors. Having said that, though, this book is one that every music teacher should read, digest, and debate. Music education is facing perilous times, and Reimer has something in this book to say about all that. Don't let the negative reviews dissuade you from a valuable reading experience.

  • I concur with many of the 1 star reviewers. I do not care for this book or Mr. Reimer's writing style. While there are some decent points, the book is not an easy or interesting read.

  • This is one of the books that is a "must have" in your library for music educators. I purchased a used copy and that is fine! Just get it and keep it...it is important to know the background of music education philosophy and this is one of the big ones! The used copy I purchased was in very good condition, too!