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  • Comprehensive Program Of Music Education
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    Philosophy of Music Education Music is a basic part of everyday life. What makes music unique is its ability to create an emotional response in a person. A music education program should develop the aesthetic experience of every student to its highest potential. Aesthetics is the study of the relationship of art to the human senses. Intelligence exists in several areas, which includes music. The concept of aesthetics allows us to see into ourselves, which in turn helps the development of the int...
  • Effects Of Music Education
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    Music Education: A Source For Brain Power In today's society, people are constantly looking for new ways to have students produce more from their public education. Some argue that more funding is the answer, while others say that better learning facilities will help. Studies recently conducted show that a simple change in the curriculum will produce the outcome that people are searching for. The simple change is music education. Music education has been shown to improve general academic skills a...
  • High School Music Students
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    Should the performing arts receive equal as sports? The performing arts have been proven to aid in the growth of a child's mind. Yet sports keep the mind and body strong. This is a debate that has being going on for the past 20 years. On whether funding should be used to fund sports or the performing arts. Music education being the right of all children it must be taught in appropriate ways suggested by the geographical cultural and social environment (3). And yes, that is true. Every child shou...
  • Importance Of Music To Everyday Life
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    Do you sing at the top of our lungs daily in your car on the way to school, in the shower, or while cleaning your house? Music is a way of life. It is a worldwide language that we can all share in and enjoy. Music is my passion. I've been actively involved in choirs, musicals, private lessons, and other musical performances for almost all my life. I don't think most people realize how important music is to education, work skills, and communication. The fundamentals of learning are instilled into...
  • Racist Education To The Young Generation
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    Racism and segregation among different races took place since the beginning of time, "Accordion Crimes" by E. Annie Proulx explores a similar situation of new immigrants coming to America seeking for a better life also known as the American dream but soon realize what its all about. The story spreads over about 100 years. The life that immigrants were living was very difficult. Racism and discrimination was part of every day life, it can be pretty similar to what Muslims have to go through since...
  • Music Students
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    "It had never occurred to me before that music and thinking are so much alike. In fact you could say music is another way of thinking... ". -- Ursula K. Le Guin Ursula K. Le Guin makes an excellent point in her quote; music and thinking are so much alike that it is almost as if they are one and the same. Music has a huge impact on the brain. It has been proven that it makes contributions to the development of cognitive and perceptual skills, refines the development of the brain and entire neurol...
  • Importance Of Music Education In School
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    A few weekends ago I was talking to a relative of mine who happens to teach music at the local elementary school in my hometown. We were discussing her students and how the year was going for her so far. She had nothing but positive things to say about the children, however I could tell that something was wrong. She explained to me that a lot of music teachers in her department were losing their jobs due to cut backs in the school budget. According to the board of education music is not importan...
  • Music Educators And Students
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    Music Education in our Public Schools Music Education is no doubt a necessity to the students of today. Music plays a major role in everyone's daily life. Music is listened to while driving in the car, when eating in restaurants, relaxing at home, and even when on hold to a company's overloaded phone system. Music is everywhere you turn, and it should be one of the main subjects to be studied in our public school systems. Public schools in America need to understand that the funding and continue...
  • Music Education As Aesthetic Education
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    An explicit concept since the late 1950's, aesthetic education first developed to provide a strong philosophical foundation for music education and continues to evolve as a solid theoretical orientation for current effective practices. Bennett Reimer has contributed much to the discussion and development of the value of aesthetic education for the teaching and learning of music. Others in music education also support and promote these ideals and focus on developing an improved understanding for ...
  • Journal Of Research In Music Education
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    A Study of Evidence that Music Education is a Positive Factor in K-8 Student Academic Achievement, Fall 1987, California State University. Copied with permission from Wyoming MEA Journal (1991). Wyoming MEA web-site is web Research-whoa, don t turn the page-is important in music education. It is not the dusty, dry study of facts and statistics. Research decides what we teach, when we teach it, and how we teach. It can also help you justify your music education program when faced with budget cuts...
  • Music's Motivation Over The Body
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    Whether it is Haydn's string quartet no. 66 in G major or a single off the new Dave Mathews album, music, inherently, has the ability to alter the state of our mind and body. Music can make us joyful or sad, it can make us want to move our body, it can stimulate our imagination, or even heal us. The aforementioned has the ability to change one's state of mind at any given time. This essay will examine music's many disciplines and how they motivate our creativity, imagination, health, and culture...
  • Educational Music Programs
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    Plato once said, "Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination... and life to everything". It is important for every student to receive a worthwhile education. We all agree that basic subjects such as mathematics, history, science, and language are very important parts of the curriculum, but most tend to forget about another important part: music education. Music is a very important part of every student's education. According to the Music Educator's Journal, ...
  • Music Educator
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    When researching music, it is not easy to find much information for free. The music business is so secretive and elite that anyone wanting information must be committed to digging deep, know someone in the profession, or get ready to pay. My research was tedious, but I did find many different interesting things that Vocal Music majors may want to know including salaries, skills needed, and education required. The first aspect of Music Careers that I researched was Vocal Performance. Vocal Perfor...

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