John Locke and Personal Identity : Immortality and Bodily Resurrection in 17th-century Philosophy Hardback
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This landmark collection will explore the origins and foundations of music education across five continents.
The introduction of music as a compulsory subject in schools is of unique significance for music educationists and researchers.
However, their shared knowledge of this phenomenon is fragmentary and there is consequently a need for more comprehensive documentation and analysis of the foundational aspect of school music from a variety of international perspectives. Origins and Foundations of Music Education considers the following key issues: the inclusion of music as part of the compulsory school curriculum in the context of the historical and political landscape; the aims, objectives and content of the music curriculum as a compulsory subject; teaching methods; the provision and training of teachers of music; the experiences of pupils experiencing this musical education.
Contributors have carefully selected to represent countries which have incorporated music into compulsory schooling for a variety of differing reasons giving a diverse collection which will guide future actions and policy.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 162 pages, black & white illustrations
- Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Publication Date: 31/03/2010
- Category: Western philosophy: Enlightenment
- ISBN: 9781847061454
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