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Music education

Pourquoi enseignants et parents doivent écouter du Reggae?

Jusqu’à présent, vous n’auriez jamais imaginé votre fils dans la peau d’un activiste ou rebelle contre le système de « Babylon ». Le simple fait d’y penser même vous donne déjà des sueurs froides.

Thot Cursus

Cómo la música más sencilla puede fomentar la creatividad en la infancia

Muchas veces, cuando intentamos definir a una persona creativa, destacamos su capacidad para crear algo. Sin embargo, esta descripción puede resultar ambigua y erróneamente considerarnos no creativos. De hecho, ni siquiera los autores se ponen de acuerdo en establecer las capacidades que se requieren o sus límites.

The Conversation

Spotify Partners With Ali Tamposi and Tamar Kaprelian to Launch Song Start

Song Start is Spotify for Artists' new music education platform, featuring videos, podcasts and written content about the ins and outs of songwriting.

Billboard

It’s All In The Game

If you spend any time watching music-related content on YouTube, you’re very likely to have seen at least one ad for tuition app, Yousician.

Music Business Worldwide

The importance of music education post-Brexit

For many people, thinking about music education brings up memories of being forced to play a recorder in a school assembly hall, a painful experience for both performer and audience.

FE News

Qu’est-ce que l’apprentissage implicite ?

Une compétence qui pourrait bénéficier d’une formation implicite est appelée la lecture à vue. Bien qu’il existe d’autres formats, le « langage » écrit commun de la musique est la notation standard.

The Conversation

¿Es imprescindible enseñar música en los colegios con una flauta?

De manera inconsciente, la flauta de pico se relaciona con la enseñanza musical en la escuela, y no recibe siempre comentarios positivos. Tiende a considerarse un instrumento de segunda categoría.

The Conversation

India: What’s Changed for Music Education in the Pandemic

Between March 2020 and now, music education moving online is no longer about a video call with your teacher and battling latency or internet issues. After all, professional level courses and rigorous one on one training are still on the agenda when it comes to shaping the Indian music industry’s future minds.

Rolling Stones

‘I get completely lost in it’: why more people are tuning in to music lessons

Motivation may be essential, but that’s nothing without a good teacher to harness it.

The Sydney Morning Herald


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