William Lovelock: Common Sense In Music Teaching


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Catalogue #: HAM001
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Lovelock's no-nonsense guide to the fundamentals of music teaching in schools, first published in 1965. Elements of the profession examined include lessons and practice, aural work, sight reading, and the role of the teachers themselves. A fascinating look at the nature of music education that has much to inform our current perspectives.



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Format: History
Length: 124 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Hammond Textbooks
Author: William Lovelock

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