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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25691

Title: Ethics of Early Talent and Identity Formation with Music
Authors: Bartel, Lee
Bellous, Joyce
Bowman, Wayne
Peglar, Ken
Keywords: music
identity formation
early talent
music and identity
Issue Date: 2000
Description: This is slightly edited, informal email dialogue that took place between August 1999 and March 2000 among Lee Bartel, (the moderator) University of Toronto, Joyce Bellous, McMaster University, Wayne Bowman, Brandon University, and Ken Peglar, Peel Regional School Board. Lee Bartel teaches in the music education division at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. His interests include music response, social psychology of music, and conditions of music learning. He is the Director of the Canadian Music Education Research Centre and co-editor of the Canadian Music Educator. Joyce Bellous teaches at the McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton Ontario. Her specialty is philosophy of education which she has taught at the University of Alberta and The University of Calgary. Her research interests having to do with children focus on character formation and the role that identity plays in the formation of character. Wayne Bowman teaches at Brandon University in Manitoba His specialty is music education and music philosophy. He is the author of the book, Philosophical Perspectives on Music, published by Oxford University Press. He has three grown children, two of whom make their living playing violin. Ken Peglar, has taught high school for 22 years and currently teaches visual art and OAC philosophy at Turner Fenton Secondary in Brampton. For 13 years he was a music and history teacher. He is a founding member of Ontario Philosophy Teachers Association (OPTA).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25691
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