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A History of American Music Education


Publisher:R&L Education



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From its roots in antiquity, through the days of the Spanish explorers and the earliest colonists, up to the present, A History of American Music Education, Second Edition takes you on an insightful journey through the evolution of school music instruction. Along the way, it examines the musical, educational, philosophical, and social aspects of American history and their effect on the development of music education in this country.

You will also find:
·a comprehensive new preface updating issues relevant to today's music teacher
·insights into the contributions of noted music educators and reformers such as Lowell Mason, Zoltán Kodály, and Carl Orff
·instructive examples, facsimiles, and extensive end-of-chapter notes and bibliographies to facilitate further study

A History of American Music Education, Second Edition is a valuable resource that belongs on bookshelves in music libraries and classrooms everywhere. Of interest to anyone with a stake in music education, it is especially useful to college methods students and their instructors.

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