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It has often been said that radical changes are needed in other areas of education, but that there is only one way of teaching music-- that music is different and therefore requires an approach differing from that of other educational fields. However, if music is to be a part of education, then those who teach it must keep in step with the other educational trends.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 46-49).
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