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Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation
Authors: Judit Váradi, Tímea Szűcs, Mária Strenáčiková and Mária Strenáčiková

findings of the study departments of the art universities, and by the students’ statements. The State of Tertiary Music Education The distinction between creators and performers can be found in the monograph of McCarthy, Lowell

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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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, 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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Concert visits with the music class: A Salzburg case study

A Cooperation project with varying goals, tasks and expectations

Hungarian Educational Research Journal
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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as the continuation of the previous handbook. The volume is divided into 4 chapters and includes 22 studies. The first chapter deals with the methodological characteristics of music education. The second chapter elaborates on the historical

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Die ungarische Tanzhaus-Bewegung

Ein Beispiel für Volkskultur in der Moderne

Hungarian Studies
Author: Julia Hell

Balázs, J. (1983) Young People’s Folk Music Movement in Hungary: Revival or Failure? International Music Education, ISME Yearbook , Vol. 10, 36–45. Balázs J

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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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