June 9, 2021

TUNE ME IN Volume 16 Number 1, May 2021


TUNE ME IN Volume 16 Number 1, May 2021

3 Editor’s Comments – Chris Moore and Duncan Ferguson

4 Chair’s Comments – Jeni Little

5 In this year that will be – Mike Chunn

6 Why you should put your hand up: Reflections on 6 years on the MENZA Board – Martin Emo

7 Attunement: Tuning into You and Your Child – Julie Frew

10 Academic Thoughts: Driving your kids to abstraction – Graham McPhail

11 Let Music Move Them – Janneke de Jong

12 Puawaiata: Bicultural Strategic Direction

14 Ngā Pitopito Kōrero o Puawaiata – Priya Gain

15 Tahia Te Ara: Ann Milne Study Scholarships

16 Hine Pū Te Hue: Wāhine of Taonga Pūoro – Ruby Solly

21 Lost in Translation – Kim Meredith

22 Interview with Adam Fuhr – Martin Emo

25 Interview with Benjamin Locke – Martin Emo

26 Semiotics – A Method for Popular Music Analysis – Dr Mark Baynes

29 Harry Potter and the Running of a Music Studio – Wendy Hunt

30 The Best Free Recording and Mixing Software – Duncan Ferguson

33 The Percussion ER: A new educational resource made in New Zealand – Eric Renick

34 ATOM: © Activated Theory of Music – A student-centric approach to no-tears theory teaching – Leon Gray

41 An Alternative Approach to Teaching ‘The Theory Thing’ – Mary Gentle

44 Noho Marae Music Learning Wānanga in Tai Tokerau

47 Congratulations: Glenda Keam – MNZM

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