The Relationship of Specialized Music Instruction and Socioeconomic Level to Scores on The Gordon Musical Aptitude Profile
SubjectMusical ability in children--Sociological aspects--Analysis; Music--Instruction and study--Children--Sociological aspects
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The Effect of Repeated Listening Experiences on Upper Elementary Students' Tolerance Toward Non-Western Music Norell, Cindy J. W. (Drake University, 1993-05)This study examined the effect of repeated listening experiences on upper elementary students' tolerance toward non-western music. Intact music classes were randomly assigned to control and experimental groups. During ...
Jamison, Joan C. (Drake University, 1988-07)Problem. The purpose of this report was to create an instrument through which elementary students in grades one through five could develop a systematic approach to music reading and writing skills through singing. Procedure. ...
The Effect of Instruction on the Perceived Degree of Liking for Opera in Upper Elementary Music Students Zaugg, Penny E. (Drake University, 1994-07)This study examined the effect of instruction on upper elementary music students' degree of liking for opera. Twelve intact music classes were randomly assigned to control and experimental groups. All students were ...