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Introduction Visiting classical concerts as part of school activities is actively discussed and widely promoted in Germany ( Große-Jäger, 1988 ; Gruhn, 1988 ; Schmid, 2014 ), but in general it is not part of German music education curricula. Still

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Slovakia. To keep children motivated, the curriculum there reflects pupils’ musical taste and several pop music-related courses are available in higher education institutes for music teachers. Nagy ( 2012 ) advises that although our music education is not

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from the teachers’ point of view . In M. Sedláček (Ed.), MusicEducation – Terra Cognita? (pp. 6 – 12 ). Brno : Masarykova univerzita . https://doi.org/10.5817/CZ.MUNI.P210-8443-2016 . Vidulin , S. ( 2019 ). Ishodi i utjecaj

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Irodalom/References 1 Abril, C. R. (2007) I Have a Voice but I just Can’t Sing: A Narrative Investigation of Singing and Social Anxiety. Music Education Research

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Concert visits with the music class: A Salzburg case study

A Cooperation project with varying goals, tasks and expectations

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Author: Andreas Bernhofer

Music Education in Austria Music in school is for the Austrian Government and the Ministry of Education a relevant issue but from time to time discussions start about reducing the number of lessons for art subjects. Austrian schools are in the lucky

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Educational Research: Cleaning up a Massy Construct. Review of Educational Research, Vol. 62. No. 3. pp. 307–332. 7 Rasor, S. H. (1988) A Study and Analysis of General Music

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Kodály concept is not the product of the era, although that is when the approach enjoyed adequate support the most. It is hardly possible to summarise Kodály's education principles. This philosophy of education and music education, which is often

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Bridges: Music, Play and Well-Being in the Lives of Refugee and Immigrant Children and Young People . Music Education Research , Vol. 19. No. 1. pp. 60–73. 16 Melegh A. (2011

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delivered by Zoltán Kodály at a conference on music education in 1948

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, there have been a few collections of papers in which we could read the works of domestic researchers in certain music education research topics. In 2017, Dr. Judit Varadi and Dr. Tímea Szucs, members of the University of Debrecen Doctoral Program on

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