Scottish music culture: an aesthetic of spontaneous creativity

Mark Sheridan, Charles Byrne

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    Abstract

    The conference will bring together some of the world's most foremost authorities on the teaching of compostion and improvisation in elementary and secondary schools. Three days of workshops and presentations on the latest teaching ideas and scholarship on musical creativity.

    Conference

    Conference2nd Conference on Teaching Composition and Improvisation
    CityMichigan
    Period3/11/055/11/05

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    Teaching
    Aesthetics
    Creativity
    Music
    Improvisation
    Secondary School
    Elementary School
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    Keywords

    • education
    • Scottish music culture
    • music
    • composition

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    Sheridan, M., & Byrne, C. (2005). Scottish music culture: an aesthetic of spontaneous creativity. Paper presented at 2nd Conference on Teaching Composition and Improvisation, Michigan, .
    Sheridan, Mark ; Byrne, Charles. / Scottish music culture: an aesthetic of spontaneous creativity. Paper presented at 2nd Conference on Teaching Composition and Improvisation, Michigan, .
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