Most musicians focus on learning technique (learning how to play an instrument), rather than on developing an individual, unique voice. Creative Music Making focuses on the creative development of musicians from all levels of experience and in all styles of music. Based on the author's experience leading workshops for performers around the world, the easy-to-follow exercises in this text will enable any musician--from beginner to professional--to improve creativity and self-expression. Creative Music Making will open the ears of all musicians, vocalists or instrumentalists, in classical, popular, or jazz styles, to a world of new possibilities.
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Amy M. Dunker
Creative Music2007年6月14日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
This book is an excellent guide to "creative music making" or improvisation..........particularly in the group format. This would be an excellent guide for someone teaching free improvisation at all levels. I would recommend this particularly to primary and secondary music teachers who want to introduce free improvisation. This technique goes beyond the controlled and somewhat sterilized improvisation encouraged by the Orff and Kodaly systems to more free exploration of sound. It would also work well with young students with a fear of Jazz improvisation............a good starter to get them launched and build confidence in their personal creativity. It also provides instructions on how to build an African style xylophone.
Music and creativity education.2012年4月14日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I haven't read the book - just the outline in Kindle. I have just published my own book and was looking for others which might have a link. My book Sealed Orders is the first of the SPACE Art Education collection. They outline a program whereby anyone can teach art to anyone. I imagine that there would be parallels in music, drama, literature, dance and the other "arts". It strikes me that this book may well outline such an approach in the music area. If so then that is great. My time is full doing what I presently do without venturing into music (or any of the other arts). But I would appreciate sharing ideas with people in those areas, including this author.[...]