MTNA E Journal April 2011 : Page 1

Volume 2 Issue 4 8 CONTENTS MTNA e-Journal 7 April 2011 2011–2013 Editorial Committee CHAIR Lesley Sisterhen McAllister Baylor University Waco, Texas Michael Benson, NCTM Ohio State University at Lima Lima, Ohio Malcolm Bilson Cornell University Ithaca, New York Barbara Fast, NCTM University of Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma Donna Brink Fox Eastman School of Music Rochester, New York Andrew Hisey, NCTM St. Olaf College Northfield, Minnesota Patricia Powell West Chester University West Chester, Pennsylvania FEATURES Members of the Cleveland Clinic, along with the Yamaha Music and Wellness Institute are working to develop the first comprehensive, interdisciplinary, medically based, world-wide performance enhance-ment and treatment network for musicians based upon evidence-based scientific protocols. Having worked for years retraining musicians, primarily pianists, pedagogically at the instrument with mul-timodal biofeedback, Kathleen Riley was contacted by the team as a bridge between the pedagogues/performers and the medical commu-nity. She presents her work here. 2 The Interface Of Piano Pedagogy With The Medical Community By Kathleen Riley and David Marcarian 7 MTNA e-JOURNAL STAFF Publisher/ Editor-in-Chief Gary L. Ingle Managing Editor Marcie Gerrietts Lindsey Communications Associate Teasha Fowler O’Connell Graphic Designer Brian Pieper The MTNA e-Journal [ISSN 2152-7210] is a peer-reviewed online periodical published by Music Teachers National Association, Inc., four times dur-ing the academic year: September, November, February and April. Annual subscription is included with MTNA membership dues. Copyright 2011 by Music Teachers National Association, Inc. All rights reserved. Nothing in this publication may be duplicated or reprinted without the advance written permission of the publisher. The statements and opinions expressed on these pages are not necessarily those of the publisher. MTNA e-Journal reserves the right to refuse any advertising that conflicts with its policies. Acceptance of advertising does not imply endorsement. The publisher assumes no responsibility for return of unsolicited manu-scripts, photos or artwork. Unsolicited letters to the editor, articles and other editorial matter will be edited at the discretion of MTNA e-Journal staff. MTNA reserves the right not to publish any mater-ial deemed inappropriate by the publisher. Address all editorial correspondence to ejournal@mtna.org Since 2000, the MTNA National Conference has featured Poster Sessions to highlight research being conducted in the music field, as well as unique, creative methods of teaching music skills. At the 2011 Conference, seven poster sessions were offered. These sessions provide an opportunity for the selected individuals to present research in a condensed way that is geared to the visual learner and also allows viewers to study and restudy the information and discuss it with the presenter one on one. Patricia Powell, chair of MTNA’s Poster Session committee, compiled the abstracts of the 2011 poster sessions to share. 14 MTNA Poster Sessions By Kathleen Riley and David Marcarian 1 APRIL 2011

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