Guided listening as an aid to musical growth in the elementary school child
Coska, Helen Joan
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Statement of the problem. It was the purpose of this study (1) to clarify some desirable objectives and procedures for guiding and motivating children's growing musical perceptions through listening; and (2) to suggest ways of presenting selected music literature in the primary and intermediate grades in such a way that it implements these objectives and encourages growth in perceptive listening. Methods and procedures. Basically, a library research study, the sources of data included a review of current literature in music education and general elementary education. Books, periodicals, yearbooks, and publications of learned societies were consulted, as well as books on music and musicians. Special emphasis was given to books written specifically for children and teachers. Other works consulted were master's theses and doctoral dissertations [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (M.M.E.)--Boston University.
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