Musical Contexts as Bridge - builders in Early Childhood Music Education in Kenya
Andang'o, Elizabeth J. A.
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The article presents information on the integration of music education in early childhood education in Kenya. It is stated that considerable progress has been made in the nationalization of early childhood music education; and children are taught indigenous Kenyan music in education, along with music from Western cultures. The above progress has been made despite several challenges, such as lack of music training among teachers; and the coexistence of multicultural communities.
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