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A Study of Mobile Applications and Their Impact on the Reinforcement of Note and Rhythm Identification in the Private Piano Teaching Studio
(University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, College of Fine Arts and Communication, 2020-12)
This study surveyed 33 piano teachers and gained information regarding their use of mobile applications to reinforce note and rhythm concepts in their private teaching studios. The Validating Quantitative Model was used ...
Use of Musicological Context by Collegiate Chamber String Ensemble Coaches and Directors
(College of Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2021-05)
Musicological context always matters in a good, expressive performance. While many music education scholars and researchers have mentioned that the importance of understanding musicological context is helpful for ensemble ...
Room for Everyone: The Practical Application of Standards Based Grading in the Choral Classroom
(College of Fine Arts and Communication, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2021-12)
Utilizing Grounded Theory based in phenomenology this study attempts to answer the question “Why should music educators use reassessment practices in their ensembles and how does it work utilizing a standards-based grading ...
Regeneration of Memory in Neurodegenerative Disease Through Hand Drumming
(College of Fine Arts and Communication, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, 2023-05)
This research concerns working memory and emotional changes affected through music making, specifically hand drumming lessons, among individuals with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. The study uses an action research method within ...