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  • Author:
    Diana Harris
  • ISBN:
    1858563569
  • ISBN13:
    978-1858563565
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    Trentham Books (May 17, 2006)
  • Pages:
    164 pages
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Music Education and Muslims Paperback – May 17, 2006. Diana Harris has done a lot of the work already.

Music Education and Muslims Paperback – May 17, 2006. by Diana Harris (Author). By reporting what she’s learned from a wide range of Muslim scholars and educators, as well as music teachers, she shows us that there is no clear consensus about music within Islam. Times Educational Supplement) eye-opening stuff. should be read widely by parents, mosque officials and imams.

Music Education and Muslims book.

Music Education and Muslims Paperback – 1 Apr 2006. This is an important and fascinating book, one that everyone involved in teaching music to Muslim children, or in training and supporting such teachers, should read.

Music has had an unhappy history in the lives of many Muslims. Nonetheless, music is a sensitive issue for many Muslims and this has to be understood when providing appropriate music education. Because religion is so tightly bound up with culture it is not always clear why this should be the case. Music is a compulsory part of the curriculum in the .

Home Journals British Journal of Music Education 2007 Vol. 24 No. 3. Music Education and Muslims by Diana Harris. Bunting, R. (2007) Music Education and Muslims by Diana Harris. In: British Journal of Music Education, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 339-340.

British Journal of Music Education. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books Ltd, 2006. 149 p. £1. 9, paperback.

Music Education and Muslims. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781858563565 (978-1-85856-356-5) Softcover, Trentham Books, 2006. Find signed collectible books: 'Music Education and Muslims'.

3 Music Education for Muslims SOAS, London 22 nd May 2002

3 Music Education for Muslims SOAS, London 22 nd May 2002. 4 This view is seen by many Muslims as being too liberal. On the other extreme are the people who believe music is wrong under any circumstances. At the other extreme, however, many Muslims have laughed at the idea that you cannot play orchestral music about Romeo and Juliet because they were lovers outside of marriage, and would introduce the idea of pre-marital sex to the pupils. 6 It is very useful to have some examples of Muslim poetry, such as Muslim Poems for Children by Mymona Hendricks, 7 for Muslims to use for composition.

And The Muslim Council of Britain said music lessons were likely to be unacceptable to around ten per cent .

And The Muslim Council of Britain said music lessons were likely to be unacceptable to around ten per cent of the Muslim population in Britain. However, in certain branches of Islam - such as Sufism, which is dominant in Pakistan and India - devotional music and singing is actually central to the religion. The Open University's Dr Diana Harris, an expert on music education and Muslims, said she had visited schools where half of the pupils were withdrawn from music lessons by their parents during Ramadan. Most of them really didn't know why they were withdrawing their children,' she told the BBC.

Despite increasing numbers of Muslim students in Ontario classrooms, music educators in particular are . Diane Harris (2006) articulates the need for further exploration of this issue in her book Music Education and Muslims

Despite increasing numbers of Muslim students in Ontario classrooms, music educators in particular are presented with unique challenges and considerations relating to teaching Muslim students and are often not readily equipped with the knowledge to address these concerns until they arise

Music has had an unhappy history in the lives of many Muslims. Because religion is so tightly bound up with culture it is not always clear why this should be the case. Nonetheless, music is a sensitive issue for many Muslims and this has to be understood when providing appropriate music education. Music is a compulsory part of the curriculum in the U.K., so it is essential that music teachers understand the relationship between Muslims and music. This book looks at the history and position of music in Islam. It considers music education in Muslim countries, and looks at music lessons in multiethnic classrooms in the U.K. The recommendations about how music lessons can be made more appropriate to Muslim pupils are based on the author’s research and experience. She suggests ways to ensure that people are never persuaded to do anything which conflicts with their religion, while extending the opportunity for meaningful music lessons for all pupils.This book is for all principals striving to fulfill their statutory obligations to all pupils, and essential reading for music teachers in multicultural schools.