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The Cambridgeshire Report on the Teaching of Music: Music and the Community

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Originally published in 1933, this book presents the content of a report prepared over several years by the Cambridgeshire Council of Music Education. The text provides a comprehensive study regarding the nature of music education in the region and the possibilities for its improvement, taking into account the changes to musical experience brought about by the gramophone a ...more
Paperback, 274 pages
Published December 4th 2014 by Cambridge University Press (first published 1933)
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I noticed Music and the Community on a bookshelf six minutes before the public library was about to close and couldn't resist grabbing it.

Originally published by the Cambridgeshire Council of Music Education in 1933, the whole book is a primer for the way music education should be conducted in schools. In the introduction, the importance of this teaching is first made clear: music is a language. Later on in the book, the authors strengthen its connection to literature by saying that "old English
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