Chapter 3.8: Nurturing Musical Creativity: A Freirean Approach
This paper demonstrates how a Freirean pedagogical approach can be used to transform methods of preparing music conservatoire students for creating short musical compositions in a post-graduation environment, using examples of curricular re-framing by Seher and cultural anthropology practice by Barnes to create a problem-posing pedagogy.
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