A philosophy of music education: advancing the vision
This book advances the philosophy of its previous editions into new territory, recasting it in light of emerging ideas and interests in philosophy in general and in philosophy of music in particular. The foundational concept of this book—that the values of music are gained through direct experiences with its meaningful sounds—remains intact, but is explained and applied in broader, more inclusive scope, with a synergistic philosophical stance as the basis. In addition it clarifies and updates for readers the explanations of musical feeling, musical creativity, and musical meaning that are at its core. For music educators, music lovers, or anyone who wants a synergistic philosophy of music education inclusive of a variety of positions.
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SEVERAL ALTERNATIVE VIEWS AND A SYNERGISTIC
THE FEELING DIMENSION OF MUSICAL EXPERIENCE
THE CREATING DIMENSION OF MUSICAL EXPERIENCE
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