[UPDATE, 13 September 2017: We just heard from the head music editor at Routlege/Taylor&Francis that they intend to offer us a contract for this book in about 2 weeks.] A unique book is now under development that will show how music education has evolved with innovative approaches across recent decades in the Nordic and Baltic countries. This is a major outcome of projects affiliated with the Nordic Network for Music Education.
The planned book, Advancing Music Education in Northern Europe: Twenty Years of the Nordic Network for Music Education is edited by David Hebert and Torunn Bakken Hauge, and we now have several outstanding contributing authors, including Kristi Kiilu (Estonia), Mara Marnauza (Latvia), Jolanta Lasauskiene (Lithuania), Marja Heimonen (Finland), Tiri Bergesen Schei (Norway), Geir Johansen (Norway), Eva Saether (Sweden), Cecilia Ferm-Almqvist (Sweden), Lars Brinck (Denmark), Helga Rut Gudmondsdottir (Iceland), and many more. A full list of authors and chapter titles will be shared at a later date.
UPDATE (May 4, 2017) - Below is the Table of Contents from our book proposal:
Introduction - Torunn Bakken Hauge & David G. Hebert