The Routledge Companion to Aural Skills Pedagogy: Before, In, and Beyond Higher Education

OvertureIntermezzo 1 TerrainThe Terrain of Ear Training Across the GlobeAural Training Within an Integrated Approach to Musicianship TrainingIntermezzo 2 Theory and Curriculum: Methodologies for the Learning SpaceDevelopment of Listening SkillsThe Seeing Ear: Toward a Rationale for DictationAttentional Control: A Perceptual FundamentalTeaching Musical Analysis as an Aural SkillDevelopment of Reading SkillsRethinking Integration in the Music Theory CurriculumThe Sing-and-PlayPerforming With Meaning: A Case Study in Aural Skills Curriculum Design Aimed at Improving Undergraduate-Performer Understanding of Pitch Function in Tonal MusicIntermezzo 3 Teaching: Activities within the Learning SpaceThe Keyboard, a Constant CompanionPitch-Matching Issues in the Aural Skills ClassroomTeaching Aural Awareness in Hong Kong Primary Schools: Use of Drama ExercisesA Good Pair of Ears: Conceiving of and Developing Aural Skills in Popular Music EducationThe Tortoise and the Magic Tree: Strategies to Develop Comprehensive and Holistic Music Analytical Listening Skills Through the Use of ‘Ghost Scores’New Aural Pedagogy for the Twenty-First Century: Introducing a Course for Undergraduate Students at the Royal College of Music, LondonThe Watchmaker’s Screwdriver: Aural CompetenceThe Nature of Aural Ability and Issues Relating to Its AssessmentIntermezzo 4 Transferring: Application outside of the Learning SpaceThe Kodály Philosophy: Contemporary Interpretations and PracticesAn Introduction to the Kodály Method: Credited by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural HeritageThe Solfège of Émile Jaques-DalcrozeHarmonic Schemas in Aural Skills ClassesBending to Real Music: Harmonic Hearing in the Aural Skills ClassroomMusical Analysis and the (Re)Construction of a Habitus of ListeningIntermezzo 5 TechniquesTonalFinding Common Ground in the Do-/La-Minor Solfège DebateTeaching Improvisation: Starting PointsUnderstanding Melodic Dictation via Experimental MethodsPost-TonalToward a New Pedagogy for Teaching the Reading of Atonal MelodiesYour Teacher Cares if You Listen! Helping Students Analyze 12-Tone Compositions Without a ScoreIntermezzo 6 TechnologyTechnology Inside, Outside, and as the University Aural Skills ClassroomAudit: The Development of a Web-Based Practice Tool for Individual Note Recognition in Consonant and Dissonant Piano ChordsThe Future of Aural TrainingCoda The Future of Aural Training: Clausula Vera (True Cadence)
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