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Developing strategies for teaching aural musicianship in Kenyan secondary schools
Many scholars, for example Kodaly, Dalcroze and Campbell would argue for the important role of aural musicianship in Music Education. One of the purposes of Music Education is the creation of an environment in which the ...
The use of song and movement to create a multicultural curriculum for early childhood music education in Kenya
Early childhood musical development has gained research prominence in recent years. Researchers and early years' educators, in response to findings that musicality begins before birth, are continually seeking ways to tap ...
An analysis of musical and theological meaning in the hymnody of legio maria of african mission church in Kenya.
Review of available literature showed a paradoxical hybridity in the hymn singing of Legio Maria of African Mission Church in Kenya, abbreviated herein as LMC faithful (jolejo). were viewed as preferring a community of ...
A critical analysis of indigenous Kenyan music procedures: developing the embedded pathway approach model for interactive learning for secondary schools in Kenya
This study was carried out against a backdrop of current educational process in Kenya which (the process) is heavily grounded on Western education models. These models, unfortunately, were not known for including African ...