Improvisation in Ensembles: Conduction
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by etobias
1y ago
How might we support creativity in large ensembles? What if students could co-create music with a conductor without staff notation or written music altogether? Perhaps novel in K-12 settings, ensemble-based improvisation exists in diverse musical cultures. What might we learn from conduction, a sophisticated gestural system that Butch Morris developed to facilitate improvisation and creation… Read More »Improvisation in Ensembles: Conduction The post Improvisation in Ensembles: Conduction appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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Research: Liquifying and liberating the practice(s) of classical music
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by etobias
1y ago
Welcome to a landing page for our #LiquidWeber research presentation at the Desert Skies Symposium on Research in Music Learning and Teaching 2023. This is a part of our ongoing #LiquidWeber Project. Research Abstract: Liquifying and Liberating the Practice(s) of Classical Music Evan Tobias, Arizona State University Alex Laing, Phoenix Symphony Orchestra TRUVONNE, Artist, Producer,… Read More »Research: Liquifying and liberating the practice(s) of classical music The post Research: Liquifying and liberating the practice(s) of classical music appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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What images does the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1 inspire?
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by etobias
2y ago
Welcome What images does the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1 inspire? Sometimes music inspires imagery. What images come to mind when you hear or play the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1? Participate Listen to (or perform) the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1 Focus on a part or section that you like or that inspires imagery Visualize the music… Read More »What images does the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1 inspire? The post What images does the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1 inspire? appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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Create Music with #LiquidWeber Recordings
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by etobias
2y ago
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Chunking Music for Practice
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by etobias
2y ago
How can we chunk our music into smaller parts for practicing? When encountering a new selection of music, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to figure out how to learn and practice it. One way to make the learning and practicing process more manageable and productive, is to chunk it. Chunking music is when you divide… Read More »Chunking Music for Practice The post Chunking Music for Practice appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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How would you practice the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1?
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by etobias
2y ago
How can we approach practicing music we intend to perform? People approach practicing in many different ways. Imagine starting the process of learning music that is new to you or that you haven’t performed in a while. What approaches or strategies would you use. Here is a copy of the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1. Imagine… Read More »How would you practice the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1? The post How would you practice the Weber Clarinet Concerto #1? appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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Setting Up Obsidian for Academic Work
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by etobias
2y ago
For a little over a year, I’ve been using the free application Obsidian, which I’ve found to be transformative in my thinking and academic work. I keep encouraging people to give it a try as a platform for making notes, keeping track of information, making connection across ideas, synthesizing literature, engaging in research, and numerous… Read More »Setting Up Obsidian for Academic Work The post Setting Up Obsidian for Academic Work appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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Design More Flexible Music Curriculum by Questioning “What works” !
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by etobias
2y ago
Wondering how you can design more flexible music curriculum to keep up to date with a rapidly changing society? Watch the video below and follow six specific steps for becoming more aware of and questioning “what works” or the taken-for-granted conventions in our classes, ensembles, and programs to support you in updating and expanding your… Read More »Design More Flexible Music Curriculum by Questioning “What works” ! The post Design More Flexible Music Curriculum by Questioning “What works” ! appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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Planning for music classes & ensembles & never feel behind.
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by etobias
3y ago
Have you ever felt behind in your plans? We dedicate a lot of our time as music educators to planning. How we plan our music classes and ensembles and what a lesson plan from our program looks like says a lot about how we think about curriculum and pedagogy. I’ve never really thought in terms… Read More »Planning for music classes & ensembles & never feel behind. The post Planning for music classes & ensembles & never feel behind. appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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How can we support all students in our learning community?
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by etobias
3y ago
In the following video I describe some of the following themes, ideas, and issues that we are addressing during a Music Learning and Teaching course at Arizona State University for designing and facilitating secondary music programs: What we should know about students in order to support them Reality pedagogy (Emdin, 2016) Thinking about the relationship… Read More »How can we support all students in our learning community? The post How can we support all students in our learning community? appeared first on #ImaginingPossibilities ..read more
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