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Before joining NYU in 2002, David Elliott was Professor of Music and Music Education for twenty-eight years at the University of Toronto. During his tenure at Toronto he also served as a Visiting Professor of Music and Music Education at Northwestern University, Indiana University, the University of North Texas, and the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music. Currently, he is Visiting Professor of Music Education at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance and the Central Conservatory of Music (Beijing).

He is co-author (with Marissa Silverman) of Music Matters: A Philosophy of Music Education (2nd ed.), author of Music Matters: A New Philosophy of Music Education (1st ed.), editor of Praxial Music Education, and co-editor of Artistic Citizenship: Artistry, Social Responsibility, and Ethical Praxis and Community Music Today. He has authored numerous journal articles and contributed chapters to many edited books, including The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy in Music EducationThe Oxford Handbook of Music EducationMusic, Health, and Wellbeing; The Oxford Handbook of Musical Identities; and The Child as Musician.

He has also presented papers at national and international music education and community music conferences in Brazil, Malaysia, Turkey, Mexico, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, and Italy.

In addition, Dr. Elliott is an award-winning jazz composer/arranger and a professional jazz trombonist.

Sours: https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/people/david-j-elliott

Music Matters

What is the praxial philosophy of music education? Very briefly, the praxial philosophy offers an explanation of the nature and values of music. Based on this foundation, I go on to explain the nature and values of music education.

I suggest that “multidimensional” captures the essence of this philosophy. In Music Matters I argue for a multidimensional concept of music and musical works, a multidimensional concept of musical understanding, a multidimensional concept of music’s values in human life and a multiple approach to achieving these values. How? In short, by developing the musicianship of all music students (‘general’ music students and others) through the critically reflective and codependent actions of: performing-and-listening, improvising-and-listening, composing-and-listening, arranging-and-listening and conducting-and-listening. For the reasons I explain in Music Matters I suggest that music making (of all kinds) — and, of course, the rich kind of music listening required to make music well — should be at the center of the music curriculum.

Recorded music and “talk” about music have an important place in music teaching and learning (but not the central place). Recordings and information about music should be included in music teaching situations in such a way that they weave continuously in and out of a teacher’s ongoing efforts to teach students how to listen intelligently and make music well (to perform and improvise music and, whenever possible, to compose, arrange and conduct music).

I propose, also, that developing our students’ musical creativity (in all forms of music making) overlaps and extends the process of developing our students’ musicianship.

In summary, the praxial philosophy urges a comprehensive and reflective approach to music teaching and learning. It is based on detailed arguments for the view that: (a) musical works involve many kinds of meanings; (b) “musical understanding” involves many closely related kinds of thinking and knowing; and (c) that the significance of music in human life can be explained in terms of many important “life values.”

Accordingly, the aims of music education include the development of critically reflective listeners and musical amateurs who possess the understanding and motivation to give music an important place in their lives and the lives of others in their communities.

This philosophy recommends, further, that to achieve the values of music, music teachers ought to emphasize the interpretive nature of music as a performing and improvising art and that composing, arranging and conducting (all of which demand keen listening) should be taught frequently (and in direct relation) to a reasonable diversity of Musics (genres, or musical practices) during the course of our students’ musical education.

Sours: http://www.davidelliottmusic.com/music-matters/
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David Elliott, having released two albums on ATLANTIC RECORDS, has appeared on various television shows,
such as THE OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST in England.

He has shared stages with such artists as

David also had his original songs recorded by well-known artists such as LEVON HELM,
vocalist/drummer with ‘The Band’.

APRIL WINE, established Canadian rock band, had a hit
with David’s original song I’M ON FIRE FOR YOU BABY, and it has been featured in three movies,

“David Elliott’s songwriting ranges from good to very good indeed, and his live
performances are simple, direct, mercifully fresh, and he earned his encores”

Recently David has been performing on CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES.

David Elliott CD ‘ALL ONE’

Featuring Legendary Guitarist Paul Kossoff, Lead Guitarist for the band FREE

This CD is a Must for all FREE/ PAUL KOSSOFF fans

David’s  CD  ‘STEP ON IT’

Featuring songs co-written with MICK GRABHAM – lead guitarist for Procol Harum, SCOTT BOYER – guitarist/singer with the band Cowboy, and JOHN PERRY – backup singer for Cliff Richard.


An Unplugged/Acoustic Guitar/Vocal CD.
David performs his original songs that were recorded by well known artists.


David’s original tunes on the keyboard, which include songs that he had the most success with.

 David’s Country CD

This is a CD for those of you who like their music on the Country Side, featuring THE JORDANAIRES.

David also writes many of the songs on this as well, which shows his versatility in the country vein.

David has recently been inducted into the West Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame.

Two ATLANTIC RECORDS CDs from David’s early career in England:


 David’s first Atlantic Records album features a string of well known musicians.

“Good singer with tuneful material and good writing sense. Great production by Mick Grabham
(lead guitarist, Procol Harum), and session work from Nigel Olsson (Elton John’s drummer),
Dee Murray (Elton John’s bass player), David Mattacks, (drummer for Jethro Tull), Rick Wills
(bass player for Peter Frampton and Foreigner)  and Albert Lee.
This is a very good album that makes you want to hear more.”
London, England


David’s second Atlantic Records album ‘Solid Ground’ includes his original
recording of the April Wine hit ‘I’m On Fire For You Baby’ featuring THE SWAMPERS –
David Hood, Barry Beckett, Roger Hawkins,
Jimmy Johnson, and Pete Carr. Other original tracks include musicians B. J. Cole, John Perry, and Mick Grabham

“David Elliott has a most appealing voice which easily fits into it’s surroundings
whether it be straight rock, or else swathed in strings. ‘Railway Line’, and
‘Can’t Go Home’, really stand out. David Elliott is genuinely a good writer and
you’d be well advised to check this one out.”

London, England


David’s ‘LONDON TRACKS’ CD contains songs that David wrote and recorded in England
after completing his two Atlantic Records Albums.

To order CDs please send check or money order –
$15, £15 or €15 (includes S/H)


David Elliott
P.O. Box 3612,
Winchester, VA 22604 (USA)

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Email: [email protected]

Sours: http://davidelliottsongs.com/
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David J. Elliott

David J. Elliott is a musician and academic. He is a professor of music and music education at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development of New York University, in New York in the United States. He previously taught at the University of Toronto in Canada.[1] He has published several books, including:

  • David J. Elliott (1995). Music Matters: A New Philosophy of Music Education. New York: Oxford University Press.
  •  ———  (editor) (2005). Praxial Music Education: Reflections and Dialogues. New York: Oxford University Press.
  •  ——— , Kari K. Veblen, Stephen J. Messenger, Marissa Silverman (editors) (2013). Community Music Today. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.
  •  ——— , Marissa Silverman, Wayne D. Bowman (editors) (2016). Artistic Citizenship: Artistry, Social Responsibility, and Ethical Praxis. New York: Oxford University Press.


Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_J._Elliott

Musician david elliott


I was born, raised, and educated in Toronto, Canada.  I attended the Faculty of Music at the University Toronto, where I graduated with degrees in music education (Mus.B., Mus.M.) and education (B.Ed.). I began teaching at the University of Toronto shortly after I graduated and taught in Toronto secondary schools.

Influential performers, teachers, and composers I studied with at the U of Toronto: Ralph Sauer (former principal trombone of the Toronto Symphony and LA Phil); Chuck Dallenbach of the Canadian Brass; philosopher Francis Sparshott; and composers R. Murray Schafer and Gordon Delamont.

I joined NYU in 2002, after twenty-eight years as Professor of Music Education at the University of Toronto. While I was teaching at Toronto, I was granted several leaves to accept visiting professorships at Northwestern University, the University of North Texas, Indiana University, the University of Cape Town, and the University of Limerick. My publications include many journal articles and book chapters, as well as Music Matters: A New Philosophy of Music Education (Oxford, 1995) and Praxial Music Education: Reflections and Dialogues (Oxford, 2005/2009). I’ve given more than 200 invited lectures at university music schools around the world including: Queens University (Belfast), University of Stockholm, University of Porto, Hong Kong Chinese University, Guangzhou University, University of Sydney, University of Durban-Natal, University of Auckland, Sibelius Academy of Music, UCLA, Eastman School of Music, Michigan State, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of Illinois-Urbana, Temple, Penn State, University of South Florida, University of Southern California, University of Oklahoma, Boston University, University of Texas (Austin), University of Maryland-College Park, the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music, the Hartt School of Music, Ithaca College, and the University of Minnesota.

In addition, I’ve had the privilege of presenting many keynote addresses and research papers at international, national, and local conferences, including world conferences of the International Society for Music Education, the MENC National Conference, and national conferences in China, Japan, Taiwan, Israel, Ireland, Australia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, the UK, New Zealand, Estonia, South Africa, and Canada. Also, several of my compositions and arrangements are published by Boosey and Hawkes (New York).

See some of my publications at Google Scholar.

Sours: http://www.davidelliottmusic.com/biography/
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