Composer: Music education in U.S. is too narrow, formulaic

03/2/2004 | Washington Post, The

Composer Libby Larsen contends that music education in the U.S. is facing a "crisis in relevancy." She says educators need to move beyond studying only famous European composers and relying on performance ensembles to encourage children to write music, play the electric guitar and study diverse musical traditions.

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