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dc.contributor.authorSamuel, K.-
dc.identifier.otherIn: Moronkola, O. A. et al (eds.) Educational Theory and Practice Across Disciplines: Projecting Beyond the 21st Century, pp. 187-207-
dc.description.abstractMusical arts education has remained a veritable and enculturative medium in African society. Its inclusion in Nigeria’s school curriculum by the policy makers is a testimony of the recognition of its potential for optimal realization and utilization of human resources; not only in terms of norms, customs and folklore of the people in general but also as an important tool for national development. This paper attempts a chequered history of music education in Nigeria from the pre-colonial era to date: It also appraises government's recent negative policy in further annihilating music as a subject from the nation’s school curriculum and suggests strategies by which pro-active musical arts educators could effectively the present cultural and creative arts programme in order to bring about the desired results.en_US
dc.publisherFaculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadanen_US
dc.titleThe chequered history of music education in Nigeriaen_US
dc.typeBook chapteren_US
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