Estelle R. Jorgensen's latest work is an exploratory look into the ways we practice and represent music education through the metaphors and models that appear in everyday life. These metaphors and models serve as entry points into a deeper understanding of music education that moves beyond literal ways of thinking and doing and allows for a more creative embodiment of musical thought. Seeing the reader as a partner in the creation of meaning, Jorgensen intends for this book to be experienced by, rather than dictated to, the reader. Jorgensenas hope is that the intersections of art and philosophy, and metaphor and model can provide a richer and more imaginative view of music education.KodAily Envoy 19.2 (1992): 4a7; aMeeting the Challenge of Future Classrooms, a Music Educators Journal 79 (Oct. 1992): ... Following Seashorea#39;s lead, Edwin E. Gordon, Musical Aptitude Profile, Manual (Chicago: Riverside Publishing, 1988) developed an ... See Sweet Honey in the Rock, Raise Your Voice (Harriman, 328 N.Y.: Firelight Media in association with Thirteen/WNET, 2005), 1 notes to page 176.
|Title||:||Pictures of Music Education|
|Author||:||Estelle Ruth Jorgensen|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 2011|