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Spanish translation/reprint of an earlier article published in English. Describes the status of historical and sociological research in the field of music education, with emphasis on historical and demographic factors

Spanish translation/reprint of an earlier article published in English. Describes the status of historical and sociological research in the field of music education, with emphasis on historical and demographic factors that constrain the research, and suggestions for future topics, topical areas, and research approaches, including combining methodologies.

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    • Spanish language journal published in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Original article published as "Expanding the Horizons of Music Education History and Sociology." Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning 7, nos. 2-4 (1996/97): 5-19. English language version reprinted (open access) at Special Volume: Historical Reprints of The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning, in Visions of Research in Music Education 16, no. 7 (October 2010). http://www-usr.rider.edu/~vrme/v16n1/volume7/index.htm, opens in a new window. Original presented as a Key Focus address with the same title at a national convention of the Music Educators National Conference (now National Association for Music Education) in Kansas City, Missouri in April 1996.

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    Humphreys, Jere T. La Expansión de los Horizontes de la Historia Y Sociología de la Educacion Musical. (Expanding the Horizons of Music Education History and Sociology), trans. to the Spanish by Ana Lucia Frega and Carolina Cecilia Abbamonte. CIEM (Centro de Investigación en Educación Musical): Boletín de Investigación Educativo-Musical del Collegium Musicum de Buenos Aires 11, no. 31 (Abril de 2004): 5-18.

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