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Music and well-being
(Vaal Triangle Faculty, North-West University, 2014)
This paper scrutinizes how human beings relate to the wider cosmos in the thinking of the European Middle Ages. The re-invention of the ‘spiritual’ might liberate Western culture from Cartesian elements within Western ...
Performing arts medicine: A research model for South Africa
Performing Arts Medicine has developed into a highly specialised field over the past three decades. The Performing Arts Medical Association (PAMA) has been the leading proponent of this unique and innovative field with ...
Understanding music’s therapeutic efficacy: Implications for music education
In the current era of electronic domination of human experience, be it via cell phone and/or computer addiction, or the ubiquitous television, actual participation in musicmaking is less and less common for the average ...
The power of musical sound and its implications for primary education in South Africa: An experiential discussion
In this article, the power of musical sound and its transformative effects on human beings are explored, as perceived since ancient times and discussed in recent literature. An evolving research project is then reviewed, ...
The church organist's rappers: Redefining roles and strategies in music education
Arts and culture teachers often are ill-equipped to meet the requirements of school music programmes. They labour especially to accommodate the diverse musical preferences of learners. This discussion accordingly describes ...