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I have the honor of hosting the Music Education Blog Carnival this month. This is the list of music education bloggers that are in my google reader and I have learned so much from many of them. I hope you will enjoy what they have to say, for this is an amazing group of music educators as you will read from their blogs.

These are the  people I highly respect and are the innovators of the movement to change music education. I want to thank all of them for contributing to the Music Education Blog Carnival and I want to personally thank Dr. Joseph Pisano for encouraging me to take part in this. Please, if you enjoy what they have to say leave a comment or two.

My desire is to inspire you either to start a blog or consider being a part of the Music Education Blog Carnival in the future.

Finally, next month’s Blog Carnival will be hosted on musicedmajor.net/ which is Andy Zweibel’s blog, a music education major at University of Miami. He has a wonderful passion for music and technology.

Music Education

Music Performance

Music Technology

  • Robert Dentressangle presents Playing Music That People Like posted at howmusicworksforyou’s prosperous, saying, “Music gives a dynamic sort of expression that at its most elementary level helps. Here few thoughts on How Music helps in our daily life.”
  • James Frankel presents Never has technology been more important to music education posted at jamesfrankel.musiced.net saying “The crucial aspect of this effort was that I was reaching the 70 – 80% of the students in my school who were NOT in the instrumental and vocal music program”  He states the case of having music technology as part of the general music program is critical in engaging the 21st century student.
  • Will Kuhn presents A Contribution posted at willkuhn.com, saying, “This is a summary of the study I did for my thesis on traditional notation vs. MIDI grid. The results were surprising!”

Music Tips

Music Advocacy

Music Pedagogy

Music Software/Hardware

Other

This is an amazing group music educators, take the time and see what they have to say.

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  1. Looks Great… Next Month The Carnival is at http://musicedmajor.net! I hope you had an amazing vacation!

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  4. Thanks for hosting. It’s a lot more work to put together than it seems – at least is was for me when I hosted Education Wonks’s education carnival. The traffic you get from it is a nice bump.

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  6. Thanks for posting these article links – will check out the blogs.

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