Thinking and making: selections from the writings of John Paynter on music in education
For many, John Paynter has been the most significant figure in music education in Britain and beyond over the past 50 years. This collection of seminal writings embraces the core topics and values of music education and includes contributions from a range of publications, among them core text books and articles, as well as unpublished writings.
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