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Whats So Important About Music Education by J. Scott Goble

Whats So Important About Music Education

Description : J. Scott Goble argues for the importance of musical activity in human life and for the importance of music in education. The book concludes with a model for teaching the musical practices of the nation’s constituent cultural groups in schools in terms of their respective cultural meanings.

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Authors : J. Scott Goble

Published Date : 2010-08-18

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 9781136988165

Page : 352 Pages

Categories : Education

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Filesize: 10 MB

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