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MUE 535: Teaching and Learning: Week 5

Music Teaching and Learning

Topic E: Integrating Diverse Repertory Into Curriculum Design

Readings (** indicates course textbooks):

**H. F. Abeles & L. A. Custodero (Eds.) (2010). Allsup, R. E. Chapter 10: Choosing music literature. In H. F. Abeles & L. A. Custodero (Eds.), Critical Issues in Music Education: Contemporary Theory and Practice. (2nd ed.) (pp. 215-235) New York: Oxford University Press, Inc.

Abril, C. R. (2006). Music That Represents Culture: Selecting Music with Integrity. Music Educators Journal, 93(1), pp. 38-45). DOI: 10.1177/002743210609300122.

Hopkins, M. (2013). Programming in the zone: repertoire selection for the large ensemble. Music Educators Journal, (4). 69.  Retrieved from

Garner, A. M. (2011). Teaching Music through the Creative Mind. Teaching Music, 19(1), 28.  Retrieved from

Gault, B. (2006). Common Ground: Finding Commonalities in Diverse Musical Material. General Music Today, 20(1), pp. 11-14. DOI: 10.1177/10483713060200010104.

Shaw, J. (2012). The Skin that We Sing: Culturally Responsive Choral Music Education. Music Educators Journal, 98(4), pp. 75-81. DOI: 10.1177/0027432112443561.

Standerfer, S. L., & Hunter, L. R. (2010). Square Peg for a Square Hole: A Standards- and Repertoire-Based Curriculum Model. Music Educators Journal, 96(3), 25-30.  Retrieved from

Towner, D. (2011). Connecting General Music and Instrumental Repertoire. Kodaly Envoy, 38(1), 11-15.  Retrieved from