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Lee R. Bartel

Professor of Music

University of Toronto

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University of Toronto

1 King's College Circle Medical Sciences Building Room 7358

Toronto, Ontario,M5S 1A8

Canada

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The University of Toronto provides accommodation for students with documented disabilities as established by the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC), the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and the University of Toronto's Statement of Commit...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Canadian Music Centre


Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Research In Music Therapy

Lyndhurst Centre


Head of the Music Department

Steinbach Bible College


Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Research In Music Therapy

Bloorview MacMillan Children's Centre


Position, Major Educational Reform Project

UNICEF incorporated


Guitar and Secondary General Music Teacher

Brandon University


Teacher

University of Manitoba


Affiliations

Canadian Association for Music Therapy

Accreditation Review Board


Bartel Cameron & Associates Inc

Secretary


Steinbach Arts Council

Founder


Rehabilitation Sciences Institute

Member of the Collaborative Program In Neuroscience, Cross-Appointed Member


OISE Ltd

Member of the Collaborative Program In Neuroscience, Cross-Appointed Member


Institute for Life Course and Aging

Member of the Collaborative Program In Neuroscience, Cross-Appointed Member


International Journal of Education & the Arts

Advisory Board Member


Carl Orff Canada

Member of Advisory Board


School of Graduate Studies

Full Member


Education

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign


B. Mus


B.A.

University of Manitoba


M. Ed.

University of Manitoba


Ph.D.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Ph.D.

University of Toronto


PhD

Rehabilitation Science Institute


Web References(186 Total References)


Experts Behind Sound Oasis | Sleep Therapy Systems

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Sleep Sounds by Dr. Bartel
Sleep Sounds by Dr. Bartel Dr. Lee A. Bartel, Ph.D Lee Bartel, PhD, has served as Associate Dean of Research and Founding Director of the Music and Health Research Collaboratory (MaHRC) at Faculty of Music, University of Toronto and is a member of the Collaborative Program in Neuroscience, to the Institute for Life Course and Aging, and to the Rehabilitation Science Institute. In Music and Health Bartel has a broad interest ranging through music therapy, music medicine, music neuroscience, health in culture, musician's health, music performance science, and music in human development. He has a special interest in applications of music in health conditions of aging and rehabilitation and is well known for his research and design of music for brain effects with 24 albums on Solitudes and SonicAid. His primary research interest currently is in Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation (RSS) with applications in several types of pain including fibromyalgia, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, TMD, and CRPS; Major Depressive Disorder; Cardiac Rehabilitation; and neurodegenerative diseases including Dementia, Alzheimer's, and Parkinson's.


Connecting People and Research - Dr Lee Bartel

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Dr Lee Bartel
Dr. Lee Bartel Lee Bartel is Professor of Music and former Associate Dean - Research at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto and Founding Director of the Music and Health Research Collaboratory. He has taught at the graduate level in Research Methods, Music and the Brain, Evaluation, and Social Psychology of Music. He has extensive early experience as a music teacher at the elementary and high school levels and as a performing choral conductor, singer, violinist, and guitarist. e began teaching at college and university levels in 1975. s a researcher he has pursued multiple interests including music topics in psychology, social psychology, health, curriculum, and music therapy, and general educational topics ranging from international educational reform to issues of schools, parents, and homework. He led a project with the Knowledge Network for Applied Educaitonal Research (KNAER) in 3 school districts developing 42 teachers' work with music composition and improvisation. He is well known for his research and design of music for health (24 albums with Somerset Entertainment) and music for children (60 albums with Fisher Price). Dr. Bartel on TVO "The Agenda": Music and Medicine KNAER Project: Engage to Create -- website Dr. Bartel on TVO Your Voice Dr Lee Bartel


Connecting People and Research - Bartel Biography

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Dr Lee Bartel
Dr. Bartel is Professor of Music at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Music and Director of the Canadian Music Education Research Centre. At the Graduate level he teaches Research Methods, Music and the Brain, Issues in Evaluation, Social Psychology of Music, and at the Undergraduate level he teaches Introduction to Music Education and Alternative Methods in Secondary Music. He also has expertise in vocal technique, violin & viola techniques, and class guitar. With broad interest in music education he is the author or senior editor of 16 books and technical research reports, author of chapters in 11 books, 64 refereed academic papers and publications, and well over a 100 other professional publications and presentations. His current research agenda includes music enjoyment in cochlear implant recipients at Sunnybrook Hospital as well as the implementation of low frequency sound into music and health applications. Growing up in rural Manitoba in a Mennonite community, he first developed as a self-taught church and folk musician and only began formal instruction in High School. After two years in a Sacred Music Diploma Program, he studied at the University of Manitoba and graduated from the Teacher Education program in 1969 and began teaching at Pierre Radisson Collegiate as a science teacher and music specialist. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Canadian Studies from University of Manitoba. He innovated guitar and alternative music programs, writing a guitar text for Yamaha entitle "Get into Guitar" as well as later writing the guitar curriculum for Manitoba. e also earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Brandon University in secondary instrumental music. With experience as a music teacher at the elementary and high school levels, as a music coordinator in the Morris MacDonald School Division, as a performing choral conductor, singer, violinist, and guitarist, and with 10 years experience in church music in instrumental and choral music, he began teaching at the college and university levels. He first taught guitar and secondary general music at Brandon University and then taught sessional courses in the Bachelor of Education program at University of Manitoba. In 1975 he became Head of the Music Department at Steinbach Bible College and there developed a four-year music degree, a community "conservatory program," a community concert series, founded the Steinbach Arts Council, and worked actively with the church and music community. All-the-while he studied voice and earned A. Mus. and L. Mus diplomas in vocal performance and a Master of Education degree. uring this time from 1975 - 1985 he also worked as Publicity and Promotion director at SBC creating and editing a college newsletter and all publicity materials. In 1986-87 he served as full-time Director of Development doing student recruitment, raising funds, and heading a building program. In 1984 he began doctoral studies and graduated in 1988 from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. He began research on people's response to music with special focus on emotional and intellectual response and social psychological connections. He served as visiting professor at University of Toronto in 1987 and in 1988 was appointed Assistant Professor. He founded the Canadian Music Education Research Centre in 1989. His involvement in research in music and medicine began in the early 90's at Bloorview Kid's Rehab with rehabilitation of attention deficits resulting from head injuries. He also conducted a noteworthy stress study of the 19 professional orchestras in Canada with the Centre for Health Promotion at U of T and has supervised doctoral and post-doctoral research in music therapy at Bloorview Kid's Rehab, Lyndhurst Hospital, and Baycrest Hospital. Dr. Bartel has served on the Accreditation Review Board for the Canadian Association of Music Therapy. He is the Director of the Sonic B.R.A.I.N. Lab at the U of T. He is also actively involved at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto in perceptual ability diagnosis and music response research with cochlear implant recipients. ithin the Canadian Music Education Research Centre, he is the Coordinator of the Music, Mind and Brain Special Research Interest Group, and Coordinator of the Music Therapy and Health Special Research Interest Group within which he recently conducted a health promotion study in the Faculty of Music with a student from the Medical Department. In 2005 he began work on subsonic structures of music, exploring possible effects of polyrhythmic effects. He began implementing "subsonic architecture" into sound recordings to take advantage of transducer based sound devices in 2006. His current interest is in the health and mood effects of vibro-acoustics. Drawing on his extensive research background, Dr. Bartel is the scientific designer of the internationally best-selling Music for Your Health series of recordings on the Solitudes label as well as the SonicAid series with Somerset Entertainment. Among the 20 therapy recordings Dr. Bartel has designed are a number of gold and platinum albums and Juno Award nominations. e is also the music consultant on some 70 Fisher Price recordings for children. Bartel has contributed to the professional music education community through the Canadian Music Educators' Association since serving as associate editor of the research journal in 1989 and then becoming Editor of the Canadian Journal of Research in Music Education in 1993. In 2000 he became editor of the Canadian Music Educator as well as the CMEA Research to Practice Biennial book series. Volume II (2004) Lee Bartel, Editor; and Creativity and Music Education, Volume I (2002) Timothy Sullivan & Lee Willingham, Editors. Dr. Bartel has worked in the general educational sector as well. Dr. Bartel has worked internationally in various capacities. In 1993, on invitation of the Ministry of Culture of Russia, he present lectures on music and social psychological issues in Moscow. In 1998 he was engaged as an appraiser of the music curriculum in South Africa and also conducted workshops in Cape Province. In 2002 he became Anchor for Research and Evaluation with the Institute for Global Education and worked with UNICEF in a major educational reform project in the countries of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. In 2002, also with UNICEF,he conducted capacity building workshops for the early childhood leaders from education, health, and social service sectors of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. Dr Lee Bartel


Connecting People and Research - Bee Beets Brethren

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Dr Lee Bartel
Citation: Bartel, Lee R. "Bees, Beets, & Brethren: The Development of a Researcher's Mindset. in B. Roberts (Ed.) On Research in Music Education in Canada. Memorial University of Newfoundland Press. 1994. pp. 45 - 68. BEES, BEETS AND BRETHREN: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RESEARCH MIND-SET Lee R. Bartel University of Toronto Helen took the required research methods course. She understood the procedures for an observational study. She completed the small research assignment successfully. But will Helen now apply this methodology in her teaching? Will research questions emerge from what she sees and does? Will she seek answers to these questions through systematic inquiry? I recently conducted a study (Bartel, forthcoming) of cultural differences in cognitive-affective response to music and self- perception of musical ability. I recently conducted research into differences in music response and self-perception of musical ability on the basis of culture (Bartel, forthcoming). Bartel. Lee R. & Shand. P. (forthcoming) Canadian music In the school curriculum: illusion or reality. Bartel. Lee. R. (forthcoming) Cognitive-affective response to music: 1m exploration of cultural differences. Canadian Music Educator. Bartel. Lee R. (1992a) The development of the Cognitive-Affective Response Test - Music. Psychomusicology. 11/1. Bartel. Lee R. (1992b) The effect of preparatory set on musical response in college students. Journal of Research In Music Education. 40/1. Spring. Bartel. Lee R. (1991) A study of relationships among listener characteristics and the cognitive-affective response to music. Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition. Special Supplement. Thirteenth International Research Seminar in Music Education. 33. Bartel. Lee R. (1989) A study of differences between musicians and nonmusicians In Manitoba colleges. Canadian Journal of Research In Music Education. 31/1. Bartel. L R. (1988) A study of the cognitive - affective response to music. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Bartel. Lee R. (1984) Identification of criteria for the evaluation of junior high guitar programs in Manitoba. Unpublished Masters Thesis. University of Manitoba. P. &. Bartel. L. R. (forthcoming) The administration of music programs In Canadian schools. Canadian Music Educator. Dr Lee Bartel


beyond dreams - pathways to deep relaxation | Hennie Bekker Official Website

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Dr. Lee Bartel, Founding Director of the Music and Health Research Collaboratory at the University of Toronto, Canada, and contributor to the liner notes for the album, states: "Beyond Dreams is beautiful music that has effects beyond music - it features precisely crafted sonic effects based on scientific research to enhance your body and brain response.
Dr. Bartel is the Scientific Designer of 25 music medicine albums including the highly successful Hennie Bekker albums, Music to Promote Sleep and Natural Stress Relief II.


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