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Volume 15
February 2010


                Frank Abrahams
                Westminster Choir College of Rider University


Feature Articles
Pluralism and Minority Rights in Music Education: Implications of the Legal and Social  Philosophical Dimension
                Marja Heimonen and David G. Hebert 
                Sibelius Academy, Finland


Holistic Quality Learning in Musikdidaktik from a Student Perspective: Where, When and How Does it Occur?

Cecilia Ferm Thorgersen

Royal College of Music, Sweden
School of Music in
Lulea University of Technology
Pitea , Sweden


Literacy Skills in Music Class: Tool for Preservice Teacher Growth
              Alice J. Feret and Judith J. Smith
                East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina


The Impact of Reciprocal Teaching on the Development of Musical Understanding in High School Student Members of Performing Ensembles: An Action Research

Frank Abrahams

Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Princeton, New Jersey


Daniel Abrahams
                Omaha Bryan High School, Omaha, Nebraska


Historical Reprint
Universals, Relativism, and Music Education
                Wayne Bowman, Brandon University, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
                From Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, No. 135 (Winter 1998).
                Copyright  1998 by University of Illinois. Reprinted with permission.
                Not for further use without written permission from MENC.