Hellenic Journal of Music, Education, and Culture

Teaching multicultural music in elementary school: Issues about what, when, and how to teach

This study explores the views of Greek School Advisors for Music Education on specific issues concerning the teaching of multicultural music in elementary school. The study seeks answers to what, when, and how to teach, focusing especially on contrasting approaches, ...

La Mer A Deception? A Reception History Analysis

Debussy composed La Mer, in the summer of 1905. It was performed for the first time the same year in Paris. The reception of the public and the critics was biased. The critique, written by Amédée Boutarel, in Le Ménestrel, ...

Do you speak... music? Facing the challenges of training teachers on integration

Integrated work on different parts of the curriculum is a major challenge for teachers who have been trained within a system that views the different subjects in isolation. This article describes the characteristics and criteria underlying the Continuous Professional Development ...

Απο τον Πλάτωνα στον Παπαδιαμάντη... Η ελληνική γραμματεία στο έργο του Γιώργου Κουμεντάκη

Το παρόν άρθρο εξετάζει τις διαφορετικές μορφές της σχέσης λόγου και μουσικής όπως αυτές αναδεικνύονται μέσα από τις συνθέσεις του Γιώργου Κουμεντάκη (1959). Βάση της προσέγγισης αυτής αποτελούν τα έργα του που σχετίζονται άμεσα ή έμμεσα με κείμενα της ελληνικής ...

The presence of traditional Greek songs in Australian school music classrooms: From Psaropoula to Ψαροπούλα

Migrants have formed and enriched the social and economic fabric of Australia. Greek migration to Australia began early in the nineteenth century but remained limited until the 1950s when over 160,000 Greeks arrived. Currently the estimated Greek community exceeds 600,000 ...

A Report on and Response to Studying Music, a Conference Recently Held in Honor of Simon Frith

In April 2014, a conference in Edinburgh honoring Simon Frith upon his academic retirement featured three days of paper sessions, enjoyable activities, and distinguished guests. For the benefit of colleagues who did not attend it, this article offers some description ...

Music, Culture and the Evolution of the Human Mind: Looking Beyond Dichotomies

The origin of human musicality is often discussed within a dichotomous nature-or-culture framework. While most non-adaptationist views maintain this either/or perspective, recent developments in neuroscience and evolutionary theory are opening up "dual inheritance" models of music‘s origins. Many recent theories ...

Η νεοελληνική φυσιογνωμία μέσα από το ρόλο της μουσικής σε αναβιώσεις του αρχαίου δράματος

Το βιβλίο «Η νεοελληνική φυσιογνωμία μέσα από το ρόλο της μουσικής σε αναβιώσεις του αρχαίου δράματος. Μουσικές διαδρομές ως αντανακλάσεις της αρχαίας Ελλάδας στη νεότερη», εκδόσεις Gutenberg. 2012, συνέχεια περίληψης...


The Hellenic Journal of Music, Education, and Culture (HeJMEC) is an international on-line journal devoted to critical study and critical analysis of issues related to the fields of Music, Education, and Culture. It aims to provide essential reading on different aspects of the study of music from a cultural point of view; also, to relate them with educational issues. The journal offers a forum for researchers to develop views on music as a social and cultural product, as part of human behaviour and in relation to broadly perceived educational issues at the leading edge of musical and multidisciplinary scholarship.

Publisher Greek Association of Primary Music Education Teachers
Country Greece
ISSN (Online) 1792-2518
Year started 2010
Indexed 34 articles
Licence CC BY

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