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Music education

The national cultural policy and music’s role in education

The policy proposes that a quota of a minimum of 60 hours of artistic and cultural education per academic year is provided for all students in middle and secon­dary schools.

Times of Malta

Navigating Music Teaching in Uncertain Times

An Opportunity to Re-Think What Matters Most in Music Learning .


Making Music Visible: Singing in Sign’

In this lesson, you will learn more about the experience of music for people who are deaf, and how interpreters are “making music visible.”

The New York Times

Ce que la musique apprend aux enfants

Les chercheurs ont mis en lumière les multiples bienfaits d’une éducation musicale. À condition d’être source de plaisir, la pratique du chant ou d’un instrument facilite le développement cognitif de l’enfant, tout en nourrissant son intelligence sociale et affective.

La Croix

"Hace falta que los que decidan los contenidos curriculares vean la importancia de la música"

Ahora que los profesores de Música demandan más presencia de la asignatura en el currículu, el compositor Juan Antonio Simarro pide que "los que decidan los contenidos curriculares vean la importancia de la música para aprender muchas más cosas, no como “entretenimiento'". Así sería una "asignatura principal que ayude a los alumnos a comprender las otras asignaturas".


Eurovision 2021: ESC online music lessons for children launched

The Dutch national broadcaster has revealed that a Eurovision Song Contest themed music lesson package has been launched for upper primary school students.

ESC Today

Oxford University is not ‘canceling’ sheet music

Articles and social media posts claim that a prestigious British university may pull sheet music from the curriculum due to its ties to white supremacy. But while Oxford plans to broaden its music curriculum, spokespeople for the university said there is no truth to the sheet music claim.

AFP Fact Check

'A new obsession': the people who learned to play instruments during lockdown

Many people dream of playing the piano or learning the guitar, but what about the Celtic harp? Or the dulcimer? Perhaps the kalimba is more your style.

The Guardian

La musique rend-elle plus intelligent ?

La musique, ça rend intelligent. C’est en tout cas une croyance assez répandue dans la population, qui associe la capacité à jouer d’un instrument avec de meilleures performances scolaires. Mais y a-t-il un fond de vérité ?


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