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Rehearsing popular music: Exploring opportunities for supporting learning in the pop/rock band

By Mark Pulman

Abstract

There seems little reported about group-based rehearsals of popular music and the peer learning opportunities that might arise from this activity. Although there are an increasing number of studies exploring approaches to the assessment of musical ensembles, these often focus on performance rather than rehearsing and, typically, do not specifically address popular music courses (Hunter, 2006)

Topics: MT
Publisher: The Higher Education Academy
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:9182

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