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Music performance tuition in higher education : student expectations.

By Edward Venn

Abstract

Findings of a study which aimed to develop an awareness of the expectations of performance students in higher education in order to compare these expectations with the stated educational aims and learning objectives of performance modules. The exploration of the nature of the gap between expectations and outcomes will enable a better understanding of how to design, deliver and market music performance modules in higher education

Publisher: PALATINE
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lancs.ac.uk:34717
Provided by: Lancaster E-Prints

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