Table of Contents
Introduction: An Ontological Turn in the Field of Music and Music Education By Frederik Pio, Øivind Varkøy.- Part I Technical Rationality and Nihilism. 1. Musings of Heidegger: Arts Education and the Mall as a ‘debased’ (Dreyfus) work of Art By Frederik Pio.- 2. The Intrinsic Value of Musical Experience. A Rethinking: Why and How? By Øivind Varkøy.- 3. Ways of Revealing: Music Education Responses to Music Technology By David Lines.- 4. Towards an Ontological Turn in Music Education with Heidegger’s Philosophy of being and his Notion of Releasement By Hanne Fossum.- Part II Music and Being. 5. Body – Music – Being: Making Music as Bodily Being in the World By Lars Oberhaus.- 6. Music as Art – Art as Being – Being as Music: A Philosophical Investigation into how Music Education can Embrace a Work of Art Based on Heidegger’s Thinking By Susanna Leijonhufvud, Cecilia Ferm Thorgersen.- Part III Musical Experience. 7. Music, Truth and Belonging: Listening with Heidegger By Erik Wallrup.- 8. The Phenomenology of Music: Implications for Teenage Identities and Music Education By Charles Ford, Lucy Green.- 9. Music Education as a Dialogue between the Outer and the Inner: A Jazz Pedagogue’s Philosophy of Music Education By Elin Angelo.- 10. Pendulum Dialogues and the Re-enchantment of the World By Edvin Østergaard.- Part IV Bildung and Truth. 11. Revisiting the Cave: Heidegger’s Reinterpretation of Plato’s Allegory with Reference to Music Education By Christopher Naughton.- 12. From Heidegger to Dufrenne, and back: Bildung Beyond Subject and Object in Art Experience By Einar Rusten.- 13. Practice as Self-exploration By Morten Carlsen.- 14. Art and ‘Truth’: Heidegger’s Ontology in Light of Ernst Bloch’s Philosophy of Hope and Hans-Georg Gadamer’s Play-metaphor. Three Impulses for a New Perspective of Musical Bildung By Karl Heinrich Ehrenforth.