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Teaching Music in Primary Education in European Countries

Jasna Šulentić Begić orcid id ; Fakultet za odgojne i obrazovne znanosti, Sveučilište J. J. Strossmayera u Osijeku, Hrvatska
Amir Begić orcid id ; Umjetnička akademija, Sveučilište J. J. Strossmayera u Osijeku, Hrvatska

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str. 23-45

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This paper intends to present an overview of the teaching music at primary education level in following European countries: Hungary, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, England, Ireland, Scotland, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. The main objective in this study was to compare the teaching music in primary education in European countries according to following characteristics: who is a teacher of music, what is the timetable provided for the teaching music, is that course independent or is it a part of a wider subject, what areas of study are represented in the teaching music.
The results show that the music courses at the primary education level are taught by four different types of teachers (primary education teachers, primary education teachers specialized in music education, music teachers, and professional musicians), that almost all European countries assign one teaching hour per week for teaching music, that in the most of the countries music is an independent teaching subject, and that in almost all countries the music teaching is done in accordance with the so-called integrative model, i.e. the model of active music making.

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primary education, teaching music, musical activities, music teachers

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