Vol 4, No 2 (2014)

Spring 2014: Essays in Honor of Douglass Seaton

Table of Contents


Douglass Seaton: An Appreciation PDF
Jennifer L. Hund 191–92
Some Thoughts about Teaching Music History: A Conversation with Douglass Seaton PDF
Timothy D. Watkins 193–211
Jane Austen’s Playlist: Teaching Music History Beyond the Canon PDF
Marian Wilson Kimber 213–30
Making Students Make Music: Integrating Composition and Improvisation into the Early Music Classroom PDF
James A. Grymes, John Allemeir 231–54
What is the Discipline of Music Appreciation? Reconsidering the Concert Report PDF
Jennifer L. Hund 255–72
Student Engagement through Faculty Engagement: Faculty Learning Communities as Professional Development PDF
Reeves Shulstad 273–81
Engaging with Research and Resources in Music Courses Article PDF Appendices
Jennifer Oates 283–300
Beyond Coverage: Teaching for Understanding in the Music History Classroom PDF
Timothy Mark Crain 301–18


Second Biennial Conference of the East Asian Regional Association of the International Musicological Society (October 2013): “Teaching Western Music History in 2013” in East Asia PDF
Brian C. Thompson 319–20
Teaching Music History at the School of Music at Soochow University: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Western Music as a Living Tradition PDF
Annie Yen-Ling Liu 321–23
Teaching Music History at National Taiwan University: Western Music in a World Context PDF
Jen-yen Chen 325–28
Teaching Music History at Hong Kong Baptist University: Problem-Based Learning and Outcome-Based Teaching and Learning PDF
Hon-Lun Yang 329–32
Teaching Music History at the Chinese University of Hong Kong: “Reading” History PDF
Brian Christopher Thompson 333–36
Teaching Music History at the Chinese University of Hong Kong: Course Content, Textbooks, and Online Tools PDF
Joseph E. Jones 337–39
Teaching Music History at Hong Kong Baptist University: Confessions of a Skeptic PDF
David Francis Urrows 341–44
Roundtable Articles as a Single PDF PDF
The Editors 319–44


Music in America 1860–1918: Essays, Reviews, and Remarks on Critical Issues. PDF
Timothy Mark Crain 345–48
James Parakilas, The Story of Opera PDF
Brian J. Hart 349–53

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