Sing, Play, Dance! Music and Music Education in Industry

  title={Sing, Play, Dance! Music and Music Education in Industry},
  author={T. Tuohey},
  journal={Journal of Historical Research in Music Education},
  pages={23 - 44}
  • T. Tuohey
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Historical Research in Music Education
Introduction Music in the workplace is nothing new. Songs and rhythms have always eased the drudgery of work, and organized musical ensembles have been part of the industrial workplace in many countries since the late 1800s. (1) This research focuses on music in industry in the United States. Over the years, music in industry has ranged from live performers to Muzak, from radio broadcasts and recorded music to employee ensembles. (2) Research on this music has covered a wide array of topics… Expand


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