The Selected Works of Keith Swanwick
Series: World Library of Educationalists
Keith Swanwick‘s approach to music education is characterised by concern for musical and wider artistic processes, shaped by his experience as a teacher and performing musician. His selected works chart the course of his thinking, examining music and arts as essential for the development of mind,...
To Be Published August 4th 2015 by Routledge
Series: Major Themes in Education
Music education is a well-established and flourishing area of research and study. It is also a complex and contested area in which there is a considerable variety of published work, ranging from the justificatory to the critical, and from advice on pedagogical practice to provocative alternative...
Published April 11th 2012 by Routledge
'There are countless gems within these pages ... Swanwick seems to write from more experience as a musician and teacher than most others who write for this audience. There is a real sense of his having been there.’ - Patricia Shehan Campbell, Professor of Music, University of Washington, USA '......
Published October 3rd 2011 by Routledge
Intuition, analysis and music education
The understanding of music involves the mastery of its various layers of meaning. Sometimes this meaning can be acquired through human insight; at other times, it can be learned. The central concern of Musical Knowledge is the tension between intuitive and analytical ways of making sense of the...
Published March 30th 1994 by Routledge
Keith Swanwick explores the psychological and sociological dimensions of musical experience and the implications of these for children's development and music education in schools and colleges. Music is seen, with the other arts, as contributing to the growth of mind, with deep psychological roots...
Published November 2nd 1988 by Routledge