Presentation Title

Life and Death of Music as Education: A Philosophical Perspective

Location

Bell Hall, Rm 013

Start Date

29-3-2018 4:30 PM

End Date

29-3-2018 4:55 PM

Type of Presentation

25 minute Scholarly Work Presentation

Proposal for Presentation

This presentation contemplates the role of music as education in the Western World since Ancient Greek philosophical inquiry and throughout early Christianity, the Middle Ages, and Modernism. In particular, it explores post-Enlightenment philosophical trends that reshaped Western understandings of music, such as the aesthetical propositions by Eduard Hanslick and Carl Darlhaus in the nineteenth century. Finally, this research contemplates music education within the Seventh-Day Adventist educational system as influenced by both nineteenth-century thought as well as informed by the reformative attempts that followed in the twentieth century.

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Mar 29th, 4:30 PM Mar 29th, 4:55 PM

Life and Death of Music as Education: A Philosophical Perspective

Bell Hall, Rm 013

This presentation contemplates the role of music as education in the Western World since Ancient Greek philosophical inquiry and throughout early Christianity, the Middle Ages, and Modernism. In particular, it explores post-Enlightenment philosophical trends that reshaped Western understandings of music, such as the aesthetical propositions by Eduard Hanslick and Carl Darlhaus in the nineteenth century. Finally, this research contemplates music education within the Seventh-Day Adventist educational system as influenced by both nineteenth-century thought as well as informed by the reformative attempts that followed in the twentieth century.