The role of music in music education research : reflections on musical experience
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First in this article the role of theories of musicology in music education research is considered. Second, the case in point is examined where the focus of music education research is brought bo bear directly on music education, to wit music. By concentrating on music in music education research, the focus remains firmly on musical experience as a basis of reflection in music education research. The author has chosen to focus in particular on a specific kind of musical experience - more precisely, musical experience as an existential experience. Keywords: music educational research, role of music, musical experience, existential experience
SeriesNMH-publikasjoner; 2009, nr 8
Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning; Årbok 11
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