Monthly Archives: March 2011

How should music educators and parents make use of musicality as a concept?

Should is a provocative word in this context. On the one hand, it carries a sense of obligation and duty, on the other it advocates for informed suggestions in order to progress. Music reaffirms its status as an integral part … Continue reading

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Noises In Your Head

ICA Event – 17th February 2011 The ICA leads the way in offering interesting, integrative and inspiring evenings. Tonight was no exception with the event blurb enticing an extraordinary range of artists, musicians, scientists and culture hounds. As one Music, … Continue reading

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Shape in music: A plethora of meanings with a cross-cultural twist

The idea of giving music a shape seems to be a universal concept in the teaching and performing of music. The experience of most musicians dealing with shape derives not only from practice but also amongst an orchestra with a … Continue reading

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