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Advancing Music Education in Northern Europe















A unique book is now nearing completion that will show how music education has evolved with innovative approaches across recent decades in the Nordic and Baltic countries. This is a major outcome of projects affiliated with the Nordic Network for Music Education

Advancing Music Education in Northern Europe: Twenty Years of the Nordic Network for Music Education (forthcoming, Routledge/Taylor&Francis) is edited by David Hebert and Torunn Bakken Hauge, and we now have several outstanding contributing authors, including Kristi Kiilu (Estonia), Mara Marnauza (Latvia), Jolanta Lasauskiene (Lithuania), Marja Heimonen (Finland), Tiri Bergesen Schei (Norway), Geir Johansen (Norway), Eva Saether (Sweden), Cecilia Ferm-Almqvist (Sweden), Lars Brinck (Denmark), Helga Rut Gudmondsdottir (Iceland), and many more

UPDATE (January 28, 2018) - Below is the Table of Contents for our book:


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction 
Torunn Bakken Hauge & David G. Hebert

Master seminars in music education across eighteen years: Inclusion, equality and democracy as lived experience  
Cecilia Ferm Almqvist

Reflections on research collaborations: A call for Nordic research on music education, sustainability, and democracy
Eva Sæther & Adriana Di Lorenzo Tillborg

Musical performance and tacit self-censorship
Tiri Bergesen Schei 

Music, universality and globalization: Some challenges for music education in the decades to come
Geir Johansen

An Icelandic perspective on the Nordic music education community
Helga Rut Gudmundsdottir

Moving alone or together? Collective perspectives on music education 
Lars Brinck

Advancing music education via Nordic cooperation: Equity and equality as central concepts in Finland
Marja Heimonen & David G. Hebert

Bridging the past, present and future in Estonian music education: Development of the music content in National Curricula, 1991-2016
Anu Sepp, Urve Läänemets & Kristi Kiilu

A paradigm shift in Latvian music teacher education: A selection of research experience in the period, 2008 – 2017 
Mara Marnauza & Sanita Madalane

Music teacher education challenges: National and international perspectives in Lithuania
Jolanta Lasauskiene

Emotional Imitation Method in the Context of Lithuanian Music Education 
Lolita Navickiene, Asta Rauduvaite, Giedre Gabnyte, David G. Hebert 

Integrated Learning of Music and Science: Reception of Björk’s Biophilia Project in the Nordic Countries
Bård Husby and David G. Hebert 

Conclusion: Learning from Two Decades of Music Education  
David G. Hebert & Torunn Bakken Hauge 


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