Teaching the Music of Six Different Cultures
Revised and Updated
By Luvenia A. George
Step-by-step, imaginative, tested strategies for introducing African, Black American, Native American Indian, Jewish, Hawaiin, Mexican and Puerto Rican musical traditions into the general music curriculum.
Teaching the Music of Six Different Cultures has the tools you need to help students form diverse ethnic backgrounds share information about their heritage, learn about others, and understand through experience why music is such a dynamic and vital part of being human on our planet.
Luvenia A. George is a pioneer in the development of materials and techniques to incorporate ethnomusicology in music education curricula. She holds a BA from Howard University, MA and PhD from the University of Maryland. She has taugh general and choral music on all levels and serves as a clinician, consultant and lecturer for schools and professional organizations.