By David Hebert

ISBN-10: 1409430804

ISBN-13: 9781409430803

Tune has lengthy served as a symbol of nationwide identification in academic structures during the international. Patriotic songs are quite often thought of fit and crucial components of the varsity curriculum nurturing the honor, loyalty and "good citizenship" of scholars. yet to what volume have song educators significantly tested the capability advantages and prices of nationalism? Globalization within the modern global has revolutionized the character of foreign relationships, such that patriotism might advantage rethinking as an goal for song schooling. The fields of "peace studies" and "education for foreign understanding" may well greater mirror present values shared by way of the occupation, values that frequently clash with the nationalistic impulse. this is often the 1st booklet to introduce a global discussion in this vital topic; countries lined comprise Germany, the us, South Africa, Australia, Finland, Taiwan, Singapore and Canada.

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Lord of battles in Thy might, Put our enemies to flight, Let our cause be just and right, God defend New Zealand. Patriotism and Music Education: An International Overview 15 Let our love for Thee increase, May Thy blessings never cease, Give us plenty, give us peace, God defend our free land. From dishonor and from shame, Guard our country’s spotless name, Crown her with immortal fame, God defend New Zealand. May our mountains ever be Freedoms ramparts on the sea, Make us faithful unto Thee, God defend our free land.

8 Some patriotic campaigns in the music education field might also be characterized as “dangerous” forms of misguided advocacy that require rethinking (Reimer, 2003b). 9 As briefly mentioned in the introduction, the narrowing and specialization of curricula, or “Taylorization” of teacher education, may also be a significant factor contributing to the status quo (Schapper and Mayson, 2004). Many music teachers are not provided opportunities through their training to develop a deep understanding of the relationships between systems of power and communication, including how propaganda and “public relations” strategies function on behalf of governments and corporations, or how mass media may be critically examined and arguments effectively deconstructed.

Patriotic Music in Practice: National Anthems The use of national anthems in schools entails a specific area of patriotic music education that calls for international comparison. In a recent issue of The Washington Post, Philip Kennicott bluntly declared that “most national anthems are lousy music” (Kennicott, 2004). While this opinion may seem extreme, it can be rather difficult to identify exclusively musical reasons to justify the prominent place of most national anthems in school music curricula, and many also contain archaic forms of language that have little relevance to the discourse of contemporary children.

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