An Approach to the History of Music Education in Latin America

@article{deCouve1997AnAT,
  title={An Approach to the History of Music Education in Latin America},
  author={Alicia C. de Couve and Claudia Dal Pino and Ana-Luc{\'i}a Frega},
  journal={Journal of Historical Research in Music Education},
  year={1997},
  volume={19},
  pages={10 - 39}
}
Latin America extends from Mexico south to the end of the continent: Important local civilizations existed there with other dependent or independent populations. The history of music teaching and learning in such a large part of the world truly deserves an extensive study which heretofore no one has undertaken. It would, however, be interesting to share some research, thoughts, and data about this subject. It would also probably be useful to find people interested in this issue who might… 

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