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Music education is a field of study associated with the teaching and learning of music. It touches on the development of the affective domain, including music appreciation and sensitivity. .
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Interview with Roger Waters: 'It's a duty for artists to speak out'

Interview with Roger Waters: 'It's a duty for artists to speak out' | Music educaton | Scoop.it
A conversation with Roger Waters Phone interview recorded on 4th December 2013 By Frank Barat for “The Wall has ears” Listen to full audio version of interview here. Frank Barat: When did you make ...

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Juan Carlos Hernandez's curator insight, December 8, 2013 12:47 PM

Interview with Roger Waters: 'It's a duty for artists to speak out'

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So You Want to Be an Opera Singer? - Huffington Post

So You Want to Be an Opera Singer? - Huffington Post | Music educaton | Scoop.it
So You Want to Be an Opera Singer?Huffington PostI feel it is also important to choose a liberal arts education by attending a university or college for undergrad and then a conservatory or professional school for your advanced degree.
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My View: Everything I need to know, I learned in music class

My View: Everything I need to know, I learned in music class | Music educaton | Scoop.it
By Andrew Schwartz, Special to CNN

Editor’s note: Tuba player Andrew Schwartz holds a bachelor’s of music from the University of Hartford.

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This editor sees a correlation between music #education and business with compelling real life examples.

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Drew O'Connors's curator insight, March 25, 2013 5:02 PM

"Music is an art and a science, and it's one of the best ways kids can learn  creativity and those mythical critical thinking skills. The focus of the curriculum isn’t forcing everyone to learn about Bach or Mozart. It’s about learning how to think, rather than what to think."

Rachel Roche's curator insight, May 7, 2013 7:31 AM

Why do you think Music is an important subject to learn?  Other than learning how to read notes of a sheet, what else can you learn from studying Music?

Dorian Jones's curator insight, October 11, 2015 1:04 AM

There are so many aspects to learning an instrument one person may not realize. You learn a whole new system of reading, like another language. You also have to define different terminology used in music. On top of keeping with time and working together as a whole. Your ears are working nonstop to listen to pitches. You mind literally goes on an overdrive to strive for perfection.