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[Xmca-l] Re: Non-formal music education for working-class children

Hi Ulvi,

Diana Hollinger has written a thesis about the El Sistema orchestra in
Venezuela. I don't know if it includes information about parents and
families but it certainly describes the benefits of orchestral education
for low-income children. I'll send you a copy off list. El Sistema is
certainly worth googling for anyone interested in this topic.


Dr Helen Grimmett
Lecturer, Student Adviser,
Faculty of Education,
Building 902, Room 159
Monash University, Berwick campus
Phone: 9904 7171

On 4 December 2013 20:45, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> Does any body know for any experience in which a master or Ph.D. thesis is
> written for an experience in which low income children learn playing music
> instruments for Western classical music and this process, together
> with children's changes also the lives of  the parents, functioning as a
> learning process for parents also, in overall changing the interactions
> between children and parents, and children themselves.
> Ulvi
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