Music Education Essay

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  • Music Education In Music

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    The stigma associated with pursuing an education in the musical arts affects the decision of many musicians nationwide. The appeal of guaranteed financial and career stability of STEM and other paths of high demand jobs is very difficult to pass up, even by the most dedicated musicians. Then, the input and advice of outsiders come into play. These onlookers not only encourage study of the hard sciences and a foolproof path to success via university, but they also totally and blatantly discourage

  • Music And Education : The Benefits Of Music Education

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    society, the value of music education is declining at an alarming speed. Many schools around the United States have been forced to cut spending on music in place of other classes that are viewed as being much more important. This is a travesty for our culture and for our future generations. Little does our society realize that there are many benefits that music education has to offer. The Government should make every kids take a music class of their choice at a young age. Having a music class will definitely

  • Music And Education : The Benefits Of Music Education

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    arts and music programs hold no beneficial value to students other than for an extracurricular activity. Others believe that there are no benefits and that these activities are a waste of time. However, research has shown that music education provides great benefits and values to the adolescents that are involved in their schools music program (“Music Matters”). Music plays a large role in the advancement of academic scores and allows juveniles to express themselves in an inspiring way. Music education

  • The Importance Of Music Education

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    In the high level education, foreign language requirement becomes more prominent and harder for students to learn if they only speak English at home. With music it makes learning “second language pronunciation accuracy” (Miendlarzewka and Trost) easier for an English speaking brain to understand. When learning music there are very specific pronunciation requirements for vowels from the world's most common root language, Latin. Considering this, music itself sets up a basic understanding of different

  • Music in Education

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    Why Music Is Important To Having A Complete Education      With school budget cuts, and no music instruments, more and more people are beginning to realize the benefits of having music in education. Providing music as part of education helps develop intelligence that leads to greater success in school and in life. Everyone from VH1 Save The Music to The National Association For Music Education agree that, “Every student in the nation should have an education in the arts

  • Music And Education : The Benefits Of Music Education

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    Music Education “Music is about communication, creativity, and cooperation, and by studying music in schools, students have the opportunity to build on these skills, enrich their lives, and experience the world from a new perspective” -Bill Clinton. Majoring in music will teach one the requirements and skills necessary for the job, advantages and disadvantages of teaching music to children, and how concert band and marching band differ from each other. Becoming a band director, especially for elementary

  • Music And Education : The Importance Of Music Education

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    coaches, and role models to the students and their education. As educators, we’re responsible for guiding the future by providing the best education to the students. Music education is important because it functions with the development of language, memory, coordination, and much more. Students learn how to be creative and inspired through music. In general, music teaches people to have sensibility. It’s a universal language. However, music is a form of expression, which is shown and presented

  • Music Education And Its Effect On Education

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    referred to a life without music as a mistake (“Don’t”). Unfortunately, many children never get the opportunity to discover the fulfillment that music can bring to their lives. They are denied this chance by an unfair educational system. Music education is beneficial to the student throughout his entire life, thus it should not be cast aside and neglected as it often is in the public school system today, but instead schools should do just the opposite; treat music education as a priority. The evidence

  • Music And Music Education In The 19th Century

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    Music Education Music education dates back to when colonies taught singing for church activities. In the 18th century, the first singing school was made in Boston, Massachusetts for the purposes of improving singing and music reading for the church. As time goes on the school’s spread throughout the colonies. In the 19th century, in 1832, Lowell Mason and George Webb formed the Boston Academy of Music with the purposes of teaching singing and theory as well as methods of teaching music. In 1838

  • The Importance of Music in Education

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    Final Paper The Importance of Music in Education Whether we choose to believe it or not, music is a very present thing in one’s day to day lifestyle. From turning on the radio in the morning, to listening to it while grocery shopping, putting in our headphones while we study, music is always there. Music is also extremely underrated, which is why so many public schools are constantly threatening to take away music programs all the time. But why is music education so vital in the growth of students