A philosophy of music education
Presents a unified philosophy of music education as aesthetic education. Covers the major aspects of aesthetics as they relate to the teaching and learning of music. Applies the philosophy to practical issues of general music,performance & arts programs. Presents a unified philosophy of music education as aesthetic education.Covers the major aspects of aesthetics as they relate to the teaching and learning of music. Applies the philosophy to practical issues of general music,performance & arts programs.
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