Magazine article The Canadian Music Educator

CMEA/ACME Approaches 50th Anniversary

Magazine article The Canadian Music Educator

CMEA/ACME Approaches 50th Anniversary

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This journal will honour the five decades of the history of our association with retrospective features in each issue of Volume 50. No doubt, many of our readers have photos and stories that would be of interest. You are invited to submit personal anecdotes, artifacts, or photos to us by email [lwillingham@wlu.ca] or by Canada Post to the editorial address found in this journal.

I am delighted to announce that the four issues of Volume 50 will be in the capable hands of two dynamic guest editors. Dr. Ben Bolden, University of Victoria, and Dr. Leslie Stewart Rose, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto have agreed to fill in during my academic sabbatical year. I will continue as a contributing editor.

Popular Music in Curriculum

The Canadian Music educator/Musicien éducateur au Canada, Vol 49, No. 3 offered three articles devoted to the subject of popular music or popular culture in the music classroom. In my editorial, Intersections of Thought: Musings on Popular Music Studies, I referenced the dichotomy in my own career as that of an ensemble conductor and my passion for creative and alternative approaches in our classroom teaching.

The responses to this have been varied, but it is evident that we are thinking differently about how to teach music in this current climate. …

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