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Music Education and Ethnomusicology

Keith Swanwick
British Journal of Ethnomusicology
Vol. 1 (1992), pp. 137-144
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3060731
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Music Education and Ethnomusicology
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Abstract

[The 1991 ICTM(UK) Annual Conference was held at Bretton Hall, Wakefield, amid the ferment of the nationwide debate over the proper content of a proposed new National Curriculum for music. To our delight, Professor Keith Swanwick, a leading theorist in the field of music education, accepted the invitation to present a position paper based on relevant chapters of his stimulating recent book, Music, mind and education (London: Routledge, 1988), as the centrepiece of a Round Table of the same title. His paper is presented here; respondents' comments, a summary of the ensuing general discussion, and any further discussion that may arise, will appear in the pages of the ICTM(UK) Newsletter.]

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