Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Journal Articles

Volume Year Author(s) Title Material
31
2017
Olga Sánchez-Kisielewska
The Rule of the Octave in First-Year Undergraduate Theory: Teaching in the Twenty-First Century with Eighteenth-Century Strategies
31
2017
Kevin Holm-Hudson, Reviewed by Brad Osborn
Music Theory Remixed: A Blended Approach for the Practicing Musician
31
2017
JMTP Volume 31
31
2017
Barbara Murphy and Brendan McConville
Music Theory Undergraduate Core Curriculum Survey: a 2017 Update
31
2017
Samantha M. Inman
Teaching Analytic Writing in the Form Classroom
31
2017
Joshua Groffman
The Discovery Channel: Using Techniques from Discovery Science to Teach Concepts in the Core Theory Sequence
31
2017
David Geary and Robert Komaniecki
Post-Tonal Solmization for Post-Tonal Aural Skills: Implementing Ordered Pitch-Class Intervals
32
2018
Tomoko Deguchi
Promoting Diversity in the Undergraduate Classroom: Incorporating Asian Contemporary Composers’ Music in a Form and Analysis Course
32
2018
Amy Lynne Engelsdorfer
When Words Create Music: The Spontaneous Art Song Workshop and Its Value in Teaching Improvisation
32
2018
Elizabeth West Marvin
Music Theory Pedagogy Curricula in North America: Training the Next Generation
32
2018
Cora S. Palfy and Eric Gilson
The Hidden Curriculum in the Music Theory Classroom
32
2018
Anna Stephan-Robinson
The Mini-lesson: Active Learning and Engagement in the Undergraduate Classroom
32
2018
Robert W. Wason
The History of Music Theory and the Undergraduate Curriculum
32
2018
Daphne Tan, Stacey Davis, Timothy Koozin, David A Rickels, and Philip Chang
Review of The Norton Guide to Teaching Music Theory, edited by Rachel Lumsden and Jeffrey Swinkin
32
2018
JMTP Volume 32
32
2018
Timothy K. Chenette
Reframing Aural Skills Instruction Based On Research in Working Memory
33
2019
Brian Edward Jarvis and John Peterson
Increasing Retention and Motivation: Making a Case for Conscious Long-Term Repetition and Leveraging Peer Learning
33
2019
Frauke Jürgensen
Counterpoint is a Piece of Cake: Renaissance Improvisation in a Modern University Course (In honorem Petri N. Sutoris)
33
2019
Jeffrey Lovell
We Know It’s Important, But How Do We Do It? Engaging Beginning Aural Skills Students Through Meaningful Improvisation Activities
33
2019
Sarah Marlowe
Schenkerian Analysis of Fugue: A Practical Demonstration
33
2019
Gilad Rabinovitch
Engaging Chopin’s Nocturnes: Model Composition and Nineteenth-Century Diminutions
33
2019
Allison Wente
Search-Solve-Sing: A Group Presentation Model to Strengthen Practice and Performance Techniques in Upper-Level Aural Skills Classes
33
2019
Kristin Taavola
Review of Gateways to Understanding Music by Timothy Rice and Dave Wilson
33
2019
Emily Kenyon and Emily Schwitzgebel
Report on the 2019 Workshops in Music Theory Pedagogy at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
33
2019
Elizabeth Sayrs
Conference Report: Pedagogy into Practice 2
33
2019
JMTP Volume 33
33
2019
Angela Ripley
Mock Trials in the Music Theory Classroom
33
2019
Trevor De Clercq
The Nashville Number System: A Framework for Teaching Harmony in Popular Music
33
2019
Robert Gauldin
The Analysis and Composition of Polymorphic Canons
34
2020
Angela Ripley
Post-Tonal Postcards: Communicating Analysis and Reflection through Prose Writing