Publications

 

Doctoral dissertation

Ryan, G. (2011). Student-teacher dyad dissolution in post-secondary music studios.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, McGill University.

Peer reviewed journal articles

Ryan, G. (2022). Toward a Critical Curriculum in the Classroom: Designing a framework to invite student inquiry into perspective and bias. Canadian Music Educator. Canadian Music Educator, 63(3), 19-2.

Ryan C, Boucher H, Ryan G. (2022). Children’s feelings about piano performances across a year of study. International Journal of Music Education. doi:10.1177/02557614211066342

Ryan, C., Boucher, H. & Ryan, G. (2021). Performance preparation, anxiety, and the teacher: Experiences of adolescent pianist. Revue Musicale OICRM, 8(1), 38-62. Ryan, G. (2021). Complicating factors in studio teaching dynamics: Dyad dissolution in post-secondary music studios. Research Studies in Music Education, 43 (1), 59-73. doi.org/10.1177/1321103X19871079

Ryan, G. (2019). Prepared Marimba: A systematic approach to sound exploration via prepared marimba. Percussive Notes, 57 (2), 26-27.

Ryan, G. (2010). Interruptions reshaped into transitions: Personal reflections on my perceptions of myself and how I feel about the identity challenges since moving to music education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 9 (2), 48-59.

Wapnick, J., Keech, K. & Ryan, G. (2012). Preferences for piano versus harpsichord performances in renaissance and baroque keyboard music, Psychology of Music, 40 (1), 5-18.

 

 

 

 

 

Other articles

Ryan, G. (2022). Teaching in Thailand: A reflection on singing. Alla Breve, 46, 33-35. 

Ryan, G. (2021). Start with what's going well. Canadian Music Educator, 62(2), 7-12.

Ryan, G. (2020). A Musician with a Broken Wrist. The Instrumentalist, June. 

Ryan, G. (2020). Earth Day Art Model Telematic Festival: A sustainable approach to festivals. Traidhos Quarterly.

Ryan, G. (2020). COVID-19 From a Canadian Abroad, Part 1/2. Canadian Music Educator, 61 (4), 9-11.

Ryan, G. (2020). COVID-19 From a Canadian Abroad, Part 1/2. Canadian Music Educator, 61 (4), 24-28.

Ryan, G. (2020). Innovation, New Music and the Chiang Mai New Music Ensemble. Traidhos Quarterly, 12 (2), 20-22.

Ryan, G. (2020). A Northern Thai Musician’s Perspective: Interview with Khun Loong Noi. Canadian Music Educator, 61 (3), 37-40.

Ryan, G. (2019). Band festival abroad: A reflection on a grass-roots initiative. Canadian Music Educator, 61 (2), 22-26.

Ryan, G. (2019). Art can initiate change. Canadian Music Educator, 60 (4), 17-19.

Ryan, G. (2019). Teaching music in international schools: What to expect. Canadian Music Educator, 60 (3), 9-13.

Ryan, G. (2019). Creativity in the Classroom. Traidhos Quarterly, 11(1), 11.

Ryan, G. (2009). La joie de vie, la joie de la musique: Un entrevue avec Marie-Josée Simard et Marie Fabi. La Scena Musicale, 14, 9.

Refereed conference proceedings

Ryan, G. (2022). Social commentary through the creation of multi-media works for percussion. The Space Between, Canadian Percussion Network, Hamilton, Ontario. 

Ryan, G. (2021). Hauntology: The stains specters can leave. (Fixed media interdisciplinary work with Liz Hassall). Earth Day Art Model Telematic Festival, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis.

Ryan, G. (2021). Stage or Mirrors: Alter egos in online platforms. Vietnam Technology Conference, Ho Chi Minh City (virtual).

Ryan, G. (2021). Tech Tips for Music Teachers: Resources and strategies. Vietnam Technology Conference, Ho Chi Minh City (virtual).

Ryan, G. (2019). Brown is the New Red for castanets and fixed media: Reflections on pollution in Chiang Mai (lecture-performance). Transplanted Roots Percussion Research Symposium, Guanajuanto, Mexico.

Ryan, G. (2019). How to implement creativity in your music program: Systematic strategies.” EARCOS Teachers’ Conference, Bangkok, Thailand. 

Ryan, G. (2010). Relationship breakdowns of student-teacher dyads in university and conservatory settings: Defining relationship breakdowns. International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research in Music Pedagogy, Ottawa, Canada

Wapnick, J., Keech, K. & Ryan, G.  (2010). Preferences for piano versus harpsichord performances in renaissance and baroque keyboard music. MENC: The National Association for Music Education, Anaheim, CA, USA.                                 

Ryan, C., Boucher, H. & Ryan, G. (2010). Performance preparation, anxiety, and the teacher: Experiences of adolescent pianists. MENC: The National Association for Music Education, Anaheim, CA, USA.

Wapnick, J., Keech, K. & Ryan, G. (2009). Preferences for piano versus harpsichord performances in renaissance and baroque keyboard music. International Symposium for Research in Music Behavior, St. Augustine, FL, USA.                     

Ryan, C., Boucher, H. & Ryan, G. (2009). The Role of teachers in children’s experience of musical performance anxiety. International Symposium for Research in Music Behavior, St. Augustine, FL, USA.

Ryan, G. (2007). Studying the tabla in the guru-shishya parampara: the experience of a western percussionist. International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education, St. John's, NL, Canada.

 

Other presentations

 

"The Prepared Marimba: A systematic approach." Thailand International Percussion Festival, Bangkok, Thailand. February 2019.

 

“Thinking About Music School?” 8th Annual Careers, College and University Fair, Prem Tinsulanonda International School, Chiang Mai, Thailand. November 2014.

 

“Careers in Music.” 9th Annual Careers, College and University Fair, Prem Tinsulanonda International School, Chiang Mai, Thailand. November 2015.         

 

“Music technology.” Chiang Mai International Schools Professional Development Day, Chiang Mai, Thailand. March 2013.”

 

“Percussion Techniques: First the basics, then the world!” Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association

Conference - RESONATE 2010: Reunite, Refresh, Resound, St. John’s, Newfoundland. October 2010.

CD review

Ryan, G. (2002). Rondino: CD review. Noteworthy, 4, 4.