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Title: Panjazz international : a powerful model for change
Author: Beadell , Peter
Awarding Body: University of Winchester
Current Institution: University of Winchester
Date of Award: 2013
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This context statement gives an opportunity for reviewing evidence gathered, and methodologies utilised within the UK charity project Panjazz international, over the last twenty years, using music as a vehicle for cohesion and change in communities in the UK, South Africa and India. The structure of the document derives from the title – ‘Panjazz International – A powerful model for change.’ Each chapter is subdivided into ‘Power, Model and Change’ to afford the statement greater cohesion as well as contextualising the title of the research. The evidence presented in this context statement and the supporting materials, is in the form of music scores of compositions, arrangements and transcriptions, audio tracks, photographic and DVD footage. A music workshop and performance at the time of the final assessment of this work will also be referred to as evidence for this context statement. In addition, more than 500 public performances, overseas concert tours, workshops and testimonials, along with examples from the author’s extensive career in music education, complete a comprehensive body of evidence on which the conclusions of this context statement are formulated. The Context Statement offers insights into ways in which Panjazz International has achieved success in promoting the development of a range of related skills, including supporting health and social agendas, and encouraging pericipants to develop awareness and regard for environmental issues. Pedagogical approaches are explored, including areas suited to creating and supporting new local, national and international communities. Since its inception, Panjazz International has consistently used music as a vehicle for change.
Supervisor: Boyce-Tillman, June ; Ryan, Charly Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.697714  DOI: Not available
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