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Smith, E. and Renouf, D. (1968) Approach to Music: A Course for Secondary Schools, London: Oxford University Press. Swanwick, K. (1988) Music, Mind and Education, London: Routledge. Swanwick, K. (1999) Teaching Music Musically, London: Routledge. Vulliamy, G. (1977) ‘Music as a case study in the “new sociology of education”’, in J. Shepherd, P. Virden, T. Wishart and G. : A Sociology of Musical Languages, London: Latimer. Further reading Campaign for Music in the Curriculum (1998) The Fourth ‘R’, London: Campaign for Music in the Curriculum.
Sandor, F. (1965) Musical Education in Hungary, London: Boosey and Hawkes. Schafer, R. Murray (1965) The Composer in the Classroom, Ontario: Canada BMI. Skilbeck, M. (1976) ‘Curriculum design and development. Units 3–4’ in Culture, Ideology and Knowledge, Open University Course E203. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. Smith, E. and Renouf, D. (1968) Approach to Music: A Course for Secondary Schools, London: Oxford University Press. Swanwick, K. (1988) Music, Mind and Education, London: Routledge.
Rauscher, F. (1998) ‘Response to Katie Overy’s paper’. Psychology of Music, 26, 2, 197–9. Read, H. (1943) Education Through Art, London: Faber and Faber. A. (1980) ‘The intrinsic value of the arts in the education of children’. National Society for Arts Education III, 2, 11–14. Ross, M. (1975) Arts and the Adolescent, London: Evans. Sandor, F. (1965) Musical Education in Hungary, London: Boosey and Hawkes. Schafer, R. Murray (1965) The Composer in the Classroom, Ontario: Canada BMI. Skilbeck, M.