Music Education Research ( IF 0.688 ) Pub Date : 2021-03-30 , DOI: 10.1080/14613808.2021.1905623 Karen Salvador, Erika J. Knapp, Whitney Mayo
As of February 2020, 2119 people of all ages attended early childhood music or music therapy, played and sang in ensembles, or took lessons at two Community Music Schools. On March 13, both facilities closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and all activities shifted online. The purpose of this instrumental case study was to examine practical and relational experiences and perspectives regarding the nature of community when participants interacted only online. Students (n = 220 minors and adults), parents/caregivers (n = 193), teachers, ensemble directors, and music therapists (n = 45), and administrators (n = 15) participated in surveys and interviews. While respondents were glad they could continue music instruction and therapy through the pandemic, and they recognised positive aspects of online instruction, they preferred in-person instruction. Framed within Derrida’s (2000. On Hospitality. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press) concept of hospitality, we present and discuss respondent views of community and their implications for practice in a post-COVID world.
截至2020年2月，所有年龄段的2119人参加了幼儿音乐或音乐疗法，在合奏中演奏和唱歌，或在两所社区音乐学校上课。3月13日，由于COVID-19爆发，两个工厂都关闭了，所有活动都转移到了网上。本工具案例研究的目的是检验参与者在线互动时的实践和关系经验以及有关社区性质的观点。学生（n = 220名未成年人和成年人），父母/照顾者（n = 193），老师，合奏导演和音乐治疗师（n = 45）和管理人员（n = 15）参加了调查和访谈。尽管受访者很高兴他们可以继续通过大流行进行音乐教学和治疗，并且他们认识到在线教学的积极方面，但他们更喜欢面对面的教学。在德里达（2000. On Hospitality。。Stanford，CA：Stanford University Press）的接待概念的框架内，我们介绍和讨论受访者对社区的看法及其对COVID后世界实践的影响。