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The Effect of Mode of Instruction and Instrument Authenticity on Children's Attitudes, Information Recall, and Performance Skill for Music from Ghana
Determines whether modes of instruction and uses of different instruments affect students attitudes, recall, and performance skill for Ghandian music. Stresses that authentic instruments are important in achieving optimum attitude and knowledge outcomes in multicultural music instruction. Identifies the benefits of live instruction as opposed to videotape for performance measures. (CMK)
Author/Creator: Pembrook, Randall G., Robinson, Charles R.
Date Published: Sum
Journal/Secondary Title: Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education
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