Bartel Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE
April 2009

Lee R. Bartel, Professor, Music Education, Faculty of Music
Cross-Appointed to OISE, CTL Department, 2005-
Tenure stream appointment 1988; Tenure 1993;
Continuing Member Graduate Department 1994
Coordinator of Graduate Music Education, 2004 – 2007
Coordinator of Music Education 1994-2000, 2006 - 2007

ACADEMIC HISTORY
DEGREES

Ph.D. University of Illinois, College of Education, 1988
M. Ed. University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education, 1984
L. Mus. Western Board of Music 1983 (vocal performance)
A. Mus. Western Board of Music 1981 (vocal performance)
B. Mus. Brandon University, School of Music, 1975
B.A. University of Manitoba, Arts & Science 1973
Teachers Certificate University of Manitoba, 1969
Sacred Music Dip. Steinbach Bible College, (2 years 1967,1968)
Additional studies in church music
• Providence Theological Seminary, 1981
• Wittenburg University, 1982

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

University of South Florida, Visiting Research Scholar and Professor, 2003-2004
University of Toronto 1987 - present
• Cross-appointed to OISE/UT, CTL Department, 2005 -
• Continuing Member of the Graduate Department 1994 - present
- Associate Member 1990 -1994
• Associate Professor of Music Education 1993 - present
• Assistant Professor of Music Education 1987 - 1993
Steinbach Bible College, (SBC - A Mennonite Liberal Arts and Theological College) 1975-85
• Professor (no professorial ranking used by the college)
• College Music Department Chairman 1975-1985
• High School Division Music Head 1975-1985
Providence College, 1982-83
• Sessional lecturer in Church Music and Hymnology
University of Manitoba, 1976, 1981
• Sessional lecturer in Music Education - Graduate level
Brandon University, 1973-75
• Associate Teacher of Guitar, part-time
Morris-MacDonald School Division, 1974-75
• Music Supervisor, part-time
St. Vital School Division, 1975-76
Junior High Music, Contemporary History
St. Boniface School Division, 1969-72
Junior-Senior High science, general music, guitar, choral music

HONOURS AND AWARDS

2008 U.S. Recording Arts and Science Platinum Album Award for Sing-Along Favorites (1 million albums in US)
2007 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Platinum Album Award for Songs and Games for the Road
2007 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Platinum Album Award for Dance Baby Dance
2007 U.S. Recording Arts and Science Gold Album Award for ABC Sing-Along
2007 U.S. Recording Arts and Science Gold Album Award for Dance Baby Dance
2007 U.S. Recording Arts and Science Gold Album Award for Songs and Games for the Road
2006 U.S. Recording Arts and Science Gold Album Award for “Sing-Along Favorites”
2006 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Platinum Album Award for ““Sing-Along Favorites”
2006 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “ABC Sing-Along”
2006 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “Tender Lullabies”
2006 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “Favorite Animal Songs”
2005 US Recording Arts and Science, Latin Gold award for: “Cantemos en espanol!”
2004 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “Dance Baby Dance”
2004 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “Songs & Games for the Road”
2004 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “Sing-Along Favorites”
2002 Canadian Recording Industry Association – Platinum Album Award for “Natural Stress Relief”
2002 Canadian Recording Industry Association –Gold Album Award for “Natural Sleep Inducement”
2001 Juno Award Nomination for “Natural Massage Therapy”
2001 Juno Award Nomination for “Natural Relaxation”
2000 Juno Award Nomination for “Natural Sleep Inducement”
1994 – present: Listed in Who’s Who in Canada (U of T Press)
1992 Provost's Outstanding Performance Award
1990 Outstanding Dissertation in Music Education Award, Council for Research in Music Education.
1980 Manitoba Arts Council Scholarship - Vocal Performance
1974 Lola McQuarrie Music Scholarship - awarded by Manitoba Music Teachers Association
1972 Manitoba Teachers Society Scholarship
1969 Manitoba Science Teachers Award

SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Research-related appointments:

Director Canadian Music Education Research Centre. 1989 - present

Director Sonic Body Rhythm and Imaging Neuro-Effect (B.R.A.I.N.) Laboratory, University of Toronto

Coordinator Music, Mind and Brain Special Research Interest Group, CMERC 2004 –

Coordinator Music Therapy and Health Special Research Interest Group, CMERC 2004 –
Coordinator Alternative pedagogies, Special Research Interest Group, CMERC 2004 –
Associate International Institute for Global Education, 2002 - present

Chair Research Commission, Canadian Music Educators' Assoc.
1993 - present

Member Accreditation Review Board (Three members) of University Music Therapy Programs for the Canadian Association of Music Therapy, April 1997 - March 1998.

Research Associate John Adaskin Project, 1990 - present. A Joint project of the Canadian Music Educators Association and the Canadian Music Centre.

Research Staff Bloorview MacMillan Centre, 1990 - 2001

Associate Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto. 1990 - present

Associate Research Council of the Canadian Music Educators Assoc., 1990-pres.


Editing:

Senior Editor Research to Practice: A CMEA Biennial Series. 2000 - 2009
Volume 1 Creativity in Music Education, Timothy Sullivan & Lee Willingham, Eds. 2002
Volume 2, Questioning the Music Education Paradigm, Lee Bartel, Ed. 2004.
Volume 3, Listen to their voices: Research and Practice in Early Childhood Music, Katharine Smithrim & Rena Upitis, Eds), 2007
Volume 4 Envisioning and Enacting Social Justice in Music Education, Elizabeth Gould, Charlene Morton, June Countryman, and Leslie Rose Stewart, Eds. In Print.

Reviewer Handbook of Research on Music Learning, edited by Richard Colwell and Peter Webster. Oxford University Press. Reviewed chapter entitled, “Philosophical and Psychological Learning Theories.” 2009

Editorial Board Canadian University Music Review, 2004 - 2007

Advisory Board Member International Journal of Education and the Arts, 2003 -

Editorial Board International Journal of Research in Choral Singing, www.choralresearch.org. 2003 -

Editor Canadian Music Educator 2000 - 2004

Editor Canadian Journal of Research in Music Education, 1993 - 1999

Editor A Canadian Music Education Research Centre monograph series primarily of work by graduate students in music education: RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES ON MUSIC EDUCATION 1989 - 1998

Co-editor Orbit, Magazine for Ontario Teachers. Special issue on Lessons from Music. Features 15 authors. This is a theme issue built around the model on Conditions of Music Learning (emerging from my personal research project).
Reviewer Critical Studies in Improvisation, 2007
Reviewer New Handbook of Research for Music Teaching and Learning edited by Richard Colwell and Carol Richardson, Oxford University Press, 2001. Reviewing chapters: Changing Concepts of Teacher Education, Zeichner & Nierman; The Skills of Research Criticism and Writing, Heller & Tunks; Technology as a Subject for Collaboration in Music Teaching and Learning, Rees.
Reviewer Chapter on experimental research methodology in Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning, Richard Colwell (Ed.), New York: Schirmer Books, 1992.
Reviewer Research Proposals for The Sick Kids Research Foundation. 1997
Reviewer SSHRC proposals 1989 – present
Reviewer Curriculum Inquiry Journal 2005-
Associate Editor Bulletin, Council for Research in Music Education, June 1985-Aug 1986.


Other Research Related:

Consultation with Simcoe County Board of Education,
October 20, 2008 – initial planning meeting
January 7, 2009 – 60 minute presentation of research and questions
January – March 2009 – writing and critiquing policy material


Consultation with Toronto District School Board – Homework Policy Review 2007 – 2008
- initial meeting and report: April 16, 2007 – Meeting with TDSB Trustees and Parents
- 4 quadrant Consultation meetings, Feb 5, 7, 11, 13, 2008
- Ward 7 meeting February 26, 2008
o research presentations
o discussion with participants (parents, teachers, principals, superintendents)
- questionnaire design & analysis
- review of written drafts

Anchor for Evaluation and Research,
Global Education Initiative in Central Asia and Kazakhstan, 2002 - 2004
UNICEF project in Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan.
design and oversee the entire process of monitoring and evaluating the implementation,
report directly to UNICEF and IIGE, and secondarily to the Ministry of Education and President of each country.
gathered data to shape a utilization focused evaluation by observing workshops, interviewing leaders, and conducting training as follows:
July 7 – 10, 2002 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
July 11 – 14, 2002 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
December 7 – 9 , 2002Almaty, Kazkhstan
December 9 – 11, 2002 Dushanbe, Tajikistan
Decmber 11 – 13, 2002 Almaty, Kazkhstan
December 14 – 18, 2002 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
• evaluation development workshop February 17 – 22 in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - worked with 5 representatives from each of the five countries (representatives from the governments, senior school administrators, university educators, and some teachers).
• Evaluation of Summer 2003 Global Education Workshops,
Uzbekistan National Core Team Workshop July 10 - 11
Uzbekistan Principal's and administrator's Workshop, Tashkent, July 12-13 Uzbekistan Teacher’s from Pilot Schools Workshop - July 14 – 18
Kyrgyzstan National Core Team Workshop July 5-6
Kyrgyzstan Principal's and administrator's Workshop, July 7-8
Kyrgyzstan Teacher’s from Pilot Schools Workshop - July 9-13
Turkmenistan National Core Team Workshop July 21-24
• writing of final reports on all evaluative activities

Methodological consultant
SSHRC proposal for a study entitled: "Conceptualizing Pedagogy in Culturally-Diverse School Systems." Cummins, Gagne, and Cameron, OISE Curriculum Department. 1996-97

GRADUATE SUPERVISIONS:

Ph.D Principal Thesis Advisor:

Completed:
Amy Clements-Cortes, 2009
Ben Bolden, 2004 - 2007
Katie Carlisle, 2004 - 2007
Lori Kernohan, 2003 - 2005
Mehdi Mahdavinia, OISE 2003 - 2006
Marta McCarthy 2000 - 2006
Pandora Bryce, 2000 - 2003
Adam Adler, 1999 – 2002
John Vitale, OISE 1998 - 2002
Liliana Vani, OISE, 1997- 2000

Research in Progress
Nancy Dawe – 2006 -
Susan Walker Kennedy, OISE - on leave
Nancy Mitchell, 2008 -

Pre-Proposal or Proposal Stage
Catherine Robbins,– 2008 -
Andrea Botticelli, DMA, 2009 -
Pamela MacDonald, DMA, 2008 - (on leave)
Leonid Sprikut, 2009 -
Clarissa Miller, 2008 -

Doctoral Committee Member
Zihao Li, 2008 - OISE
Catherine Luongo-Orlando, 2007- OISE
Linda Alford, PhD 2007 - 2008 OISE
Christine Provost, PhD 2007 - 2008OISE
Cyndi Burnett, PhD 2007 - OISE
Lyn Vause, 2004 – 2009 OISE
Anna Chase, 2004- 2009 OISE ABD
Leslie Stewart Rose, PhD 2005 – 2008 OISE
June Countryman 2005 – 2007 OISE
Anne Marie Duncan, 2005 – 2007 OISE
Mina Mahdavinia, 2005- 2008 OISE
Linda MacArthur, 2004 – 2008 OISE
Jeannette Romkema, Ed.D OISE ABD
Emma Rodríguez Suárez, 2003-2005
Robert Iannuzzi, OISE 2004 - 2009 ABD
Hilary Munn, OISE 2003 -
Brandi Jacques 2003 - 2004
Suzanne Pierson, OISE 2002 - 2005
Audrey Huberman, OISE, 2001 - 2004
Laura Shoemaker, OISE, 2000- 2003
Jacqueline Karsemeyer, OISE, 2000
Alan Stellings, OISE, 1997

Ph.D Oral exam committee for:
Kimberly Bezaire, PhD 2007 - OISE
Anthony Kola-Olusanya, OISE, Sept 2008
Micheal Stanwick, OISE, December 1996
Jeff Reynolds, OISE 1996
Diana Denton, OISE, July 1996
Kathy Browning, OISE Ph.D 1994

External Appraiser
Pamela Coutts, Macquarie University, 2008
Christine Zaza, Waterloo, July 1995

Chair for PhD Oral Examination
Rachel Levine, Sept 24, 2007
Eric Stenclik, Nov 9, 2006
John Liptay, May 3, 2006
Stephen Mathew Marche, March 22, 2005
Erica Berman, April 20, 2005

Master of Arts
Alison Kenny-Gardehouse, 2007-
Virginia McKinnon, Masters – QRP, OISE
Joy Reeves – OISE - committee – reader
Ted Love, OISE

Master of Science Ashley Sterling, School of Physical and Health Education 2005 - 2006

Doctor of Medicine Program Jo Jo Leung. Supervision of research project in Health Promotion 2007-2008

In the Faculty of Music no Thesis is required of Masters students, but MA students complete supervised major papers and special topics. PhD students may take Special Topics courses, Advanced Readings courses, and the Doctoral Research Project that culminates in a public seminar. Supervision of the Doctoral Project is assumed in the supervising list above. I have supervised as follows:
• Catherine Robbins, Research in Choral Music 2007-2008
• Michelle Periera, Musicians’ experience of pain, Special Topic, 2007
• Zihao Li, Gender in Dance, Reading Course, OISE, 2007
• Doug Friesen, Interdeterminacy: Thoughts on Improvisation and Education Major paper
• Doug Friesen, Role of Parameters in Composition, Special topic
• Mark Whale special topic
• Sarah Morrison, Popular Music Culture and Music Curriculum. special topic, major paper
• Amy Clements-Cortes, Music Therapy Education, 2006.
• Amy Clements-Cortes, Supervision in Music Therapy, 2005-2006
• Amy Clements-Cortes, Music and Memory, 2005-2006
• Roger Mantie, 2005-2006
• Somchai Trakarnrung, Advanced Qualitative Research, 2004-5
• Amy Clements, Special Topic, Music Therapy, 2004
• Richard Masella, Initiating Alternative Pedagogies in schools 2003
• Marlene Gregory, Special Topic on Music and Brain, 2003
• Mehdi Mahdavinia, Ph.D Reading course on International Research, 2003
• Brandi Jacques, Masters, Special Topic supervision, 1999 - 2000
• Marta McCarthy, Ph.D Special Topic supervision, 1999 - 2000
• Karen Snell, Masters Major Paper "On popular music and music education." 1998
• Anne Remmel, Ph.D Reading course on Research in Creativity, OISE, 1998
• Lorraine Devito, Ph.D., Special Topic "Extra-musical effects of music education" 1997-8
• Karen Snell, Masters, Special Topic supervision, 1997-98
• Lee Willingham, Ph.D Reading course in Qualitative Research, OISE, 1997
• Andrea Standberg, Major paper, 1997
• Jan Szot, Major Paper, 1993
• Oksana Rodak, Special Topic Supervision, 1993.
• Guy Edrington, Special Topic Supervision, "Music Performance Anxiety" 1992-93.
• John McGuirk, Secondary research advisor for M. Mus. major paper. 1992
• Lee Willingham, Secondary research advisor for M. Mus. major paper. 1992, 1988.
• Renata Novick, Special Topic Supervision, "Evaluation in Music Education" 1991-1992
• Anne Cooper-Gay, "An Investigation into the Structure and Development of Community-Based Children's Choirs in Greater Toronto from 1969-1990." Secondary research advisor for M. Mus. major paper. 1991.
• Alan Stellings, Reader for M.Mus. major paper, 1990
• Lori Anne Dolloff, Reader for M.Mus. major paper, 1989; Special Topic Supervision, "Baroque Performance Practice" 1987-88.


POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH SUPERVISION

Evaluation of an Adjunctive Musical Attention Training Program with Brain Injured Adolescents. Dr. Roger Knox, principal investigator, and co-investigators Rebecca Loveszy and Vivienne Wit at the Hugh MacMillan Rehabilitation Centre. Funded by The Easter Seals Research Institute. Supervised this project 1992 - 1995

Therapeutic Use of Electronic Music in the Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injured Patients.
Dr. Roger Knox: Assisted drafting of proposal and was project supervisor. Funded as one year full-time post-doctoral fellowship by Rick Hansen Man in Motion Legacy Fund. 1992 - 1993.

Attention Enhancement for Brain-Injured Adolescents through Music Therapy with Electroacoustic Instruments.
Dr. Roger Knox, principal investigator, and co-investigators Rebecca Loveszy and Vivienne Wit at the Hugh MacMillan Rehabilitation Centre. Supervisor to this project 1990 - 1992



PUBLICATIONS

Books:

Elizabeth Gould, June Countryman, Charlene Morton and Leslie Stewart Rose, Eds. Exploring Social Justice: How Music Education Might Matter. Volume IV of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Lee Bartel, Series Editor. To be released 2009.

Katharine Smithrim & Rena Upitis, Eds, (2007) Listen to their voices: Research and Practice in Early Childhood Music. Volume III of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Lee Bartel, Series Editor.

Bartel, Lee R. (Ed) (2004). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm.. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Lee Bartel, Series Editor.

Timothy Sullivan & Lee Willingham, Eds. (2002). Creativity and Music Education, Volume I of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Canadian Music Educators’ Association. Lee Bartel, Series Editor.

Shand, Patricia & Bartel, Lee R. A Guide to Music Curriculum Documents Produced by Boards of Education since 1980 Toronto: Canadian Music Education Research Centre, 1998

Bartel, Lee & Elliott David, (editors). Critical Reflections on Music Education: Papers of the Second International Symposium on the Philosophy of Music Education, Canadian Music Education Research Centre, University of Toronto, 1996.

Shand, Patricia Martin, & Bartel, Lee R. A Guide to Provincial Music Curriculum Documents since 1980. Toronto: Canadian Music Education Research Centre, 1993, 170 pages.

Bartel, Lee R. (editor), A College Looks Forward: A Self-Study of Steinbach Bible College Steinbach, Manitoba: Steinbach Bible College, 1987, 116 pages

Bartel, Lee R. and D.B. Doerksen, Get Into Guitar, Winnipeg: Yamaha Foundation for Music Education (Canada), 1973. (student book, teacher's guide, transparency set, and tape)


Chapters in Books:

Bartel, L. (2009) Rhetoric in Case Study Research. In Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos, and Elden Wiebe (Editors) Encyclopedia of Case Study Research. Sage Publication (Forthcoming).

Bartel, L. (2009) Discursive Frame. In Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos, and Elden Wiebe (Editors) Encyclopedia of Case Study Research. Sage Publication (Forthcoming).

Bartel, Lee and Cameron, Linda. (2007). Understanding the Conditions of Learning in Early Childhood Music Education. In Smithrim, K.& R. Upitis (Eds) Listen to Their Voices: Research and practice in early childhood music Volume III of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, Lee (2006). Trends in Data Acquisition and Knowledge Development. in Colwell, R. (Ed). MENC Handbook of Research Methodologies. Oxford University Press. ISBN13: 9780195189452

Bartel, Lee (2004). What is the Music Education Paradigm? In Bartel, L(Ed). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, Lee and Cameron, Linda. (2004). From Dilemmas to Experience: Shaping the Conditions of Learning. In Bartel, L(Ed). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, Lee (2004). Music Making for Everyone. In Bartel, L (Ed). Questioning the Music Education Paradigm. Volume II of the Series “Research to Practice: A Biennial Series.” Toronto: Canadian Music Educators Association.

Bartel, L & Radocy, R. (2002). Trends in Data Acquisition and Knowledge Development in Colwell, R. & Richardson, C. (Eds). A New Handbook of Research for Music Teaching and Learning, Oxford University Press. April 2002. pp. 1109-1127.

Bartel, Lee (2002). Meaning and Understanding in Music: The Role of Complex Constructs” Chapter in Betty Hanley B., & Goolsby T. (Eds). Musical Understanding: Perspectives in Theory and Practice. Victoria: Canadian Music Educators Association. (2002), pp. 51-70.

Cameron, Linda & Bartel, Lee. (1998). "Creative Synergy: Story and Music" in Brian Roberts (ed). Connect, Combine, Communicate: Revitalizing the Arts in Canadian Schools. The University College of Cape Breton Press.

Bartel, Lee R. "Response to Yob, Stellings, and Shrofel & Browne." in Bartel, Lee & Elliott David, (editors). Critical Reflections on Music Education: Papers of the Second International Symposium on the Philosophy of Music Education, Canadian Music Education Research Centre, University of Toronto, 1996.

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.

Bartel, Lee R. & Shand, Patricia. "Canadian Music in the School Curriculum: Illusion or Reality." in T. J. McGee (Ed.) Taking a Stand: Essays in Honour of John Beckwith. University of Toronto Press, 1995.

Technical Reports & Theses:

Bartel, L & Cameron, L (2008). Homework Realities: A Canadian Study of Parental Opinions and Attitudes. Bartel, Cameron & Associates Inc. 65 pages

Cameron, L, Bartel, L., and Bezaire, K. (2006). The value and place of the arts in early childhood education: A review of academic, government, and professional literature. An unpublished report to the Royal Conservatory of Music and the Ontario Ministry of Culture. 151 pages.

An Evaluative Report on the IIGE/UNICEF Global Education Project Summer 2003, Lee Bartel, Senior Evaluator, IIGE. A 44 page report published internally by United Nations UNICEF in the CARK region for use by all personnel in the five countries. Completed Summer, 2003.

Global Education in the Central Asian Republics and Kazakhstan: An Interim Evaluation Report. UNICEF March 2003. A 140 page report published internally by United Nations UNICEF in the CARK region for use by all personnel in the five countries

Evaluating Global Education Implementation in the Central Asian Republics and Kazakhstan: Technical Manual of Instruction and Instrumentation, UNICEF Central Asia, May 2003. A 35 page report published internally by United Nations UNICEF in the CARK region for use by all personnel in the five countries.

Technical Manual For Global Education Activity Writing, UNICEF Central Asia, July 2003, 14 pages. Produced by IIGE.

A Study of the Cognitive - Affective Response to Music. Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1988.

Identification of Criteria for the Evaluation of Junior High Guitar Programs in Manitoba. M. Ed. Thesis. University of Manitoba, 1984.

Recordings & Software:

Research-based Designer Music for Health

Relax Naturally, Designed by Lee Bartel, Liner notes by Lee Bartel, Composed and performed by Chris Phillips. Spring 2009. With Nature sounds by Dan Gibson. Solitudes, Somerset Entertainment, International Distribution

Sleep Therapy Designed by Lee Bartel, Liner notes by Lee Bartel, Composed and performed by Daniel May. Spring 2009. Avalon, Sonic Aid Series, Somerset Entertainment, International Distribution

Music to Inspire Positive Thinking CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by John Herberman. International distribution. Released Winter 2009.

Headwaters Sound Machines S-650 and SoundPod, Entrainment sound loops, Distributed internationally 2007 -

CLM DWN: Music to Reduce Road Rage. CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Daniel May. International distribution. Released Spring 2008.

Cat Calm CD and Tape in a new Pet Music series on the Avalon label produced by Somerset Entertainment. All scientific entrainment sonics designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, International distribution. Released 2008

Dogeaze CD and Tape in a new Pet Music series on the Avalon label produced by Somerset Entertainment. All scientific entrainment sonics designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, International distribution. Released 2007

Zen Sleep CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Donald Quan. International distribution. Spring 2007.

Relax Peacefully CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health on the Solitudes label produced by Somerset Entertainment. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by John Herberman. International distribution. Released 2007

Rejuvenate Naturally CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health on the Solitudes label produced by Somerset Entertainment. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Ron Allen. International distribution. Released 2006

Sleep Deeply CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health on the Solitudes label produced by Somerset Entertainment. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Daniel May. International distribution. Released 2006

Music to Relieve Stress CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by John Herberman. International distribution. Winter 2006.

Music to Inspire Creativity. CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Ron Allen. International distribution. Released Spring 2004.

Music to Improve Relaxation CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Daniel May. International distribution. Released Spring 2004.

Music to Promote Sleep CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Hennie Bekker. International distribution. Released Fall 2003.

Music to Enhance Concentration, CD and Tape in the series, SonicAid All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by David Bradstreet and John Herberman. International distribution. Released Fall 2003.

Natural Stress Relief II – CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health on the Solitudes label produced by Somerset Entertainment. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Hennie Bekker. International distribution. Released January 2003

Scientific Sleep – CD and Tape, Avalon label, Somerset Entertainment. Scientific music design by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Steve Wingfield. International distribution. Released 2001

Healing – CD and Tape, Avalon label, Somerset Entertainment. Scientific music design by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by David Bradstreet. International distribution. Released 2001

No More Crying, CD and Tape in the series, Mother Love, produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Ron Allen. International distribution. released June 2000
Natural Meditation, CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Ron Allen. International distribution. released June 2000

Natural Relaxation, CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Ron Allen. International distribution. released January 2000 Nominated for a Juno Award in 2001.

Natural Massage Therapy CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by Ron Allen. International distribution. released September 1999 Nominated for a Juno Award in 2001

Natural Concentration CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by David Bradstreet. International distribution. Released January 1999.

Natural Sleep Inducement CD and Tape in the series, Music for Your Health produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by David Bradstreet. International distribution. Released September 1998. Nominated for a Juno Award in 2000.

Natural Stress Relief CD and Tape in a new series, Music for Your Health produced by Solitudes Inc. All music designed by Lee Bartel, liner notes by Lee Bartel, composed and performed by David Bradstreet. International distribution. Released January 1998.

Music for Children

Fisher Price Music Series: My involvement has been developing content concepts, selecting music materials, writing song material (membership in SOCAN), creating research-based music parameters for all recording followed by composers and arrangers, coaching singers, participating in recording and mixing sessions, writing all liner notes with use suggestions for parents, recording personal material.

Recordings in Progress 2008 – 2009

1. Classic Baby: Bach
2. Counting Songs
3. Dansons La Capucine
4. The Best of Little People
5. Safety Songs
6. Let’s go to the Zoo

Recordings released 2007-2008

7. Les tubes des petites
8. Tendre berceuses
9. Playtime Rhythms
10. Yankee Doodle Sing Along
11. Rainforest Music: Nature’s Lullaby
12. Religious Vocal Lullaby
13. Little People – Princess
14. Little People - Giddy Up! Country Sing along
15. Silent Night: Christmas Vocal Lullabies
16. Para Bebe: Canciones de cuna

Recordings released in 2006-2007

17. Silly Songs
18. Easter Sing Along
19. 123 Sing Along
20. Baby Wellness (No More Crying)
21. Best Animal Songs
22. Cantemos todos juntos
23. Soothing Vocal Lullabies
24. Classic Baby: Children’s favorites (a re-issue)
25. Baby Moves: Dance with Mom (a re-issue)

Recordings released in 2006
26. Songs about Friendship
27. Classic Baby: Beethoven
28. Classic Baby: Mozart
29. Classic Baby: Pachelbel and Friends
30. The First Noel
31. Bath-time Sing-along
32. Mambo Baby Mambo
33. Disco Dance Party
34. Nature Baby: Soothing Surf
35. Lullaby Baby: Mobile
36. Lullaby Baby: Celtic

Recordings released in 2005

37. Halloween Sing Along
38. Canciones de cuna
39. Things that go
40. Beach Baby

Recordings released 2004

41. Classic Baby
42. Boogie Baby
43. Storytime Favorites
44. Fun with Music

Recordings released Fall 2003

45. Christmas Sing-along
46. Cantamos en Espanol
47. Numbers

Recordings released June 2003
48. ABC
49. Songs about Animals

Recordings released in September 2002:
50. Classical Music for Growing Minds – my compilation from Naxos recordings
51. Goodnight SleepTight – brain entrainment CD I designed and co-created with David Bradstreet.
52. Tender Lullabies
53. Dance Baby Dance
54. Babbles to Books
55. Mother Goose and More
56. Songs from Around the World
57. A day on the Farm
58. Birthday Party
59. Around the Neighborhood
60. Sing along
61. Songs and Games for the Car


Software

Music – Enjoyment Ability Retraining (Music –EAR). Diagnostic and training software for cochlear implant recipients designed on an attention development model. Funding by Sunnybrook Hospital: $15,000.00. Beta Testing and Redesign. 2008

Listen-up, intellectual ownership, copyright assigned to Bloorview MacMillan. Software employing music strategies to rehabilitate attention in brain-injured patients. Partly developed with research money from my grants and as part of my research studies 1998


Papers in Refereed Journals & Invited Papers:

Alexander, A, Bartel, L, Friesen, L, Shipp, D. and Chen J. From Fragments to the Whole: A Comparison between Cochlear Implant Users and Normal Hearing Listeners in Music Perception and Enjoyment. Journal of Otolaryngology, Under Review

Bartel, Lee. (2009). Review of This is Your Brain on Music by Daniel Levitin. University of Toronto Quarterly, Letters in Canada 2007.

Lee Bartel, Daniel Bodmer, David Shipp , Jodi Ostroff, Joseph M. Chen Qualitative Case Studies of Five Cochlear Implant Recipients’ Experience with Music Otology& Neurotology Journal (Under review)

Bartel, Lee, (2000). A History of the Canadian Music Research Council. Canadian Music Educator, 42(3&4). Special ISME Edition.

Bartel, L, Dolloff, L, & Shand, P, (1999) "Canadian Content in School Curricula: A Research Update." Canadian Journal of Research in Music Education. 40(4).

Bartel, Lee R. A Study of Factors in the Self-assessment of Musical Ability by High School Students. Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 36(7) Fall, 1996.

Bartel, Lee, Cameron, Linda, Wozniak, Beata, & Mathers, Theresa. Research Connecting Music and Text Reading: Three small exploratory studies. Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 36(7) Fall, 1996.

Bartel, Lee R. & Thompson, Edward G. Coping with Performance Stress: A Study of Professional Orchestral Musicians in Canada. The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning. 5(4) 1995, 66-74.

Bartel, Lee R. "A Review of 'The influences of Mennonite college choral curricula upon music practices in American Mennonite churches' by Roy Leon Klassen, D.M.A. dissertation Arizona State University, 1990." The Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education. 126 (Fall 1995) 67-75.

Cameron, Linda, & Bartel, Lee R. "Examining your experience: Music teacher as researcher." Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 35(7), 1994. 5-9.

Bartel, Lee. R. & Shand, Patricia. "The Administration of Music Programs in Canadian Schools: A Research Update." Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 35(7), 1994. 58-64.

Bartel, Lee R. "Cognitive-Affective Response to Music: Questions of Validity." The Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education. 120, Spring 1994. 1-16.

Bartel, L. R. & Shand, P. "The Administration of Music Programs in Canadian Schools." Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 34(5), May 1993. 35-42

Bartel, Lee. R. "Response to Music: An Exploration of Cultural Differences." Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 34(5), May 1993. 17-21.

Bartel, Lee R. "The Development of the Cognitive-Affective Response Test -- Music." Psychomusiclogy. 11(1) Spring, 1992. 1-12

Bartel, Lee R. "The Effect of Preparatory Set on Musical Response in College Students." Journal of Research in Music Education. 40(1), Spring 1992. 47-61.

Bartel, Lee R. "A Study of Relationships Among Listener Characteristics and the Cognitive-Affective Response to Music." Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, Special Supplement to Vol. 33. Thirteenth International Research Seminar in Music Education. December 1991, 11-19.

Bartel, Lee R. "A Study of Differences Between Musicians and Nonmusicians in Manitoba Colleges." Canadian Music Educator: Research Edition, 31(1). Fall, 1989. 12-25.

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings:

Bartel, L., Ostroff, J., Bodmer, D., Shipp, D., Chen, J. M. (2008). Music Education Dimensions of Cochlear Implant Recipients’ Experience with Music: From Five Qualitative Case Studies to Attention-based Diagnosis and Training. Publication in the Proceedings of the RAIME Conference, Miami, 2007

Implications Of Generalist Teachers’ Self-Efficacy Related To Music.(2004) Paper presented at the Thirteenth International, Music In the Schools and Teacher Education Commission Seminar, Malmö, Sweden, August 2002. With Linda Cameron, Bob Wiggins, Jackie Wiggins. Publication in the MISTEC Proceedings.

Bartel, L. & Cameron L. (2002). Face the Music: Pedagogical Dilemmas and Binaries in Tension, Proceedings of the RAIME Conference in Norway. Edited by Harold Fiske

Bartel, Lee. (1999). "A Foundation for Research in the Effects of Sound on Brain and Body Functions." Proceedings of the International Conference of the Research Alliance of Institutes of Music Education (RAIME), London, Ontario. September 21-24.

Cameron, Linda & Bartel, Lee (1998). "Using the Creative Synergy between Story and Music in Personal Meaning-making" In the Proceedings of the World Congress of the International Society for Music Education, Pretoria, South Africa.

Cameron, Linda & Bartel, Lee (1998). "Engage or disengage: A study of lasting response to music teaching." Music Education at the Edge: Needs, Identity and Advocacy. Proceedings of the 1998 International Seminar for Music in Schools and Teacher Education,Kruger National Park, S. Africa. Editors: Sam Leong and Glenn Nierman.Publishers: Stord/Haugesund University College (Norway) and CIRCME (1999).