Music Education In Crisis

Author: Joseph T. Pergola & George Ober
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477203117
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With over 30 years of combined experience in educational leadership, Joe Pergola and George Ober have served as school district program directors and department chairmen.

Music Education In Crisis

Author: Joseph T. Pergola
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ISBN: 9781477203125
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With over 30 years of combined experience in educational leadership, Joe Pergola and George Ober have served as school district program directors and department chairmen.

Music Education In Malawi

Author: Robert Amos Bauleni James Chanunkha
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Key words: ethnomusicology ; indigenous music ; log xylophone ; Malawi ; music education ; musicology ; music practices ; oral music ; spirit illness.

Music Education

Author: Michael L. Mark
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136457607
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The music education profession finds itself in the throes of a legitimation crises, a
crisis that, while not entirely of its own creation, is at least one in which it has
played (and continues to play) a substantial role. Although this crisis manifests
itself in a number of ways, its upshot is that claims to musical value have
deteriorated into mere arbitrary preferences, habitual conventions, or worse. On
this view, value assertions are manifestations of political power and influence,
products of ...

Contemporary Music Education

Author: Michael L. Mark
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285415442
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Crisis after crisis confronted the federal government, which directed its atten—
tion away from education. That effectively ended a period of generous
government—supported education research and development. School
enrollments also declined because the baby boom generation had now
completed its schooling. Fewer teachers were needed and the number of music
teaching positions declined significantly, as did positions in the arts and other
subjects. One of the ways in which ...

The Crisis Of Classical Music In America

Author: Robert Freeman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442233036
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Since 1972, as head of three superb American institutions of higher education in
music, he has helped produce a generation of musicians who see beyond their
music stands and seek to use their talent to create a more harmonious world.
More than a quarter century ago, Dr. Freeman began to address the educational
issues that have today reached nothing less than crisis proportions, from the
disappearance of music education in the public schools to the glut of single-
minded ...

Music Education In The Caribbean And Latin America

Author: Raymond Torres-Santos
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475833199
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COSTAATT (College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and
Tobago), 92 Costa Rica cultural context: indigenous people, 97; national identity,
100–102, 105; sixteenth to mid-nineteenth century, 98–100 Costa Rican music
education: crisis in, 103; early experiences, 99–100; recent curricular reform, 103
–104; recommendations for, 105; reform in nineteenth century, 101; singing
classes, 101; state-funded schools, 102–103; trends, 104–105 CPMusical (
Centro de ...

Beethoven Or Britney

Author: Robert Walker
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ISBN: 9780980563207
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School music education in Australia was described as being in crisis in the 2005 Federal Government Report.