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Integration of the Visually Impaired: The Case of Voice Training in Kenyatta University
This study investigated the integration of the visually impaired students particularly those training in voice. The study sought to: a) Identify the strategies employed by lecturers in voice training of the visually ...
Text-Melody Relationships: Translation of European Hymns into Dho-Luo
(Kenyatta University, 2002-04)
This study addresses the problem of translation of European hymns into Dho-luo with specific reference to text and melody relationships. It focuses on the introduction of western hymns into the Seventh-Day-Adventist ...
Factors affecting the instruction of Kenyan indigenous Music: a survey of Nairobi secondary schools
(Kenyatta University, 2000)
The study was carried out to determine factors affecting the teaching of indigenous Kenyan music in Nairobi Secondary Schools. The researcher, as a result of experience, had it difficult to use pro- Western music teaching ...
Music as social discourse: the contribution of popular music to the awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya
(Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Faculty of Arts, 2009)
This dissertation is a critical, theoretical study focussing is on the contribution that popular music makes towards raising awareness and promoting the prevention of HIV/Aids in Nairobi, Kenya. Towards this end, an analysis ...
The place of music in the Catholic charismatic ritual healing: the case of Nakuru Holy Cross and Nairobi Holy Family Basilica core groups
(Kenyatta University, 2002-05)
This study endeavored to determine whether music In Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR) ritual healing has any therapeutic value, It also sought to clarify the concept 'music therapy', Using the methods of observation and ...