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Creating Music in the Classroom

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3: Although one might expect "What is music?" to be the first (and historical) question of musicology, surprisingly, it has not occupied a central part of musicological discourse. For instance, the 1980 edition of the 20-volume New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians had no entry for "music". The problem is that no-one has been able to formulate a definition of music that applies equally to all known forms of music, is supported by musicology's diverse subdisciplines, and is likely to remain constant as knowledge and discourse about music changes. Moreover, many cultures have no word or concept for "music", but instead refer to specific activities such as singing or dancing, or specific ceremonies and rituals, that other cultures regard as musical. Wikipedia (see also Definition of Music from Wikipedia)

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Elderbob Brannan
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  • Title: Creating Music in the Classroom
  • Some low cost or no cost resources for creating music in the classroom.
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  • Published: about 10 years ago