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COMMUNITY MUSIC

Community Music Conference Munich

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Einleitung von Dr. Alicia de Banffy-Hall und Prof. Dr. Burkhard Hill

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Community Music in Germany: reinventing the wheel?

Prof. Dr. Burkhard Hill, Hochschule München
The lecturer exposes the field of community music in Germany.
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The Munich Community Music Action Research Group (MCMARG)

Dr. Alicia de Banffy-Hall, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
The journey to this conference.
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Community music: practice at the crossroads

Prof. Dr. Lee Higgins, International Centre for Community Music, York St. John University, UK
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The growing internationalisation of community music: insights from the Asia pacific region

Ass. Prof. Dr. Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre Griffith University, Australia
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But is it any good? Understanding music work with children in challenging circumstances

Phil Mullen, UK
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Pedagogy, andragogy, and heutagogy: a continuum of perspectives for community music practice with adults

Prof. Dr. Don Coffman, University of Miami, USA
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Singing the rights we do not possess: the rights of community music

Dr. Dave Camlin, Sage Gateshead / University
of Sunderland, UK

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Theorizing the creativity of Community Music by a praxeological approach: Key elements and open questions

Dr. Eric Sons, Helmuth-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg
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Celebrating the Paradoxes: Community Music Engagement

Dr. Lee Willingham, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
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How do we ensure that musicians are ethical, responsive and reflective practitioners of Community Music; is formal training required and if so, in what form?

Jess Abrams, Edinburgh College, Scotland
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Pre- & Perinatal Community Music

Prof. DDDr. Wolfgang Mastnak, Hochschule für Musik und Theater München
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The drumpower project – violence prevention social integration and empowerment through music. A music therapy program for children and adolescents.

Dr. Andreas Wölfl, Freies Musikzentrum München
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Sense of Place – How the concept of Sense of Place is used by community musicians to inspire their practice

Pete Moser, More Music in Morecambe, United Kingdom
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Ivory towers, joined up thinking & a place to play a festival as motivator & facilitator in community music & healthcare

Philip Curtis, CityProms Foundation, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
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Pre- & Perinatal Community Music
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Mastnak, Hochschule für Musik und Theater München
At around 24 weeks, the foetus has developed a viable neural auditory equipment. The child gets acoustically involved in social processes; auditory and musical acculturation begins.

Due to the foetus’ cortical maturation, auditory memory and processing allow learning effects and enhance the development of the auditory cognition. The in utero environment causes sound pressure attenuation and sound transmission is modulated by the abdominal maternal wall. Mixed with noise from the mother’s digestive and cardiovascular organs, the foetus hears the mother’s voice and receives external auditory cues such as the father’s voice, music and traffic noise.

These conditions allow us to speak of informal perinatal music education and of vocal bonding. The social communication modes, however, are extremely asymmetric.

Depending on the quality of auditory stimulation, the last trimester of pregnancy may be advantageous for the foetal cortical development and enhance neuroplasticity. At the same time the foetus is susceptible to harmful auditory constellations which way trigger unfavourable conditioned neuro-cognitive circuitries and in interfere with the personal growth in a negative way. Pregnancy and particularly the mother’s awareness of how music would influence the baby’s cognitive development and neural maturation is likely to entail community music activities. Music ‘self help groups’ aim also at self-care, maintenance of social inclusion and prevention of depression and anxieties.

Ante- and perinatal music practices give rise to various ethical issues: musical sedatives, music as intelligence booster, acoustic overload though pregnancy music belts etc. have to be seriously discussed.




Biography

Prof. DDDr. Wolfgang Mastnak, Österreicher, geboren in Salzburg. humanistische Schulbildung und Hochschulstudien in Musikpädagogik, Medizin, Psychologie, Mathematik, Klavier und Gesang. Professor an der Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, der Fudan Universität in Shanghai, dem Shanghai Conservatory of Music und der University of Mauritius. Mitglied der New York Academy of Sciences und der European Academy of Sciences and Arts. Präsident des Österreichischen Herzverbands. Weltweite Lehr-, Forschungs- und Konzerttätigkeit. Hauptarbeitsgebiete umfassen interkulturelle Musikpädagogik sowie klinische Musiktherapie und Ethno-Musiktherapie mit Schwerpunkten in Psychiatrie, Perinatalmedizin, genetischen Störungen und Geriatrie. Weiters Neuropsychologie, Sportmedizin, kardiologische Langzeitrehabilitation, Gesundheitspädagogik und Public Health im Schulsystem.