Introduction: Local Musics, Global Issues
The musical landscape - and our perception of it - has changed drastically over the past few decades. Local musics have become global, and many types of music that have spread globally have taken on significance in local settings. This has challenged traditional perceptions of coherence between ethnicity and musical aptitude and preferences. The effects of this can be felt in music teaching and learning as well: from professional training in specific traditions to community music and music in schools.
Cultural Diversity in Music Education - Directions and challenges for the 21st century
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