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The first part of this paper provides an overview of some important historic theories of education and their influences on music education. The second part deals with two specific theories

The first part of this paper provides an overview of some important historic theories of education and their influences on music education. The second part deals with two specific theories related to music education, both from the late twentieth century. The paper presents some insights into the effects of these theories on the practice of music education (praxis). The important historic theories of education with implications for education and music education discussed in this paper are:

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    • Originally presented as a Keynote Speech for the Greek Society for Music Education Biennial Conference held in Volos, Greece in June 2002.

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    Humphreys, Jere T. “Connections between Theory and Praxis in Music Education: Some Historical, Philosophical, and Practical Perspectives,” trans. Lelouda Stamou, with an English abstract. Music Education. Special Edition: Proceedings of the 3rd Panhellenic Conference of the Greek Society for Music Education 3 (fall 2002): 39-52.

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