Inheritance Study on the Culture of Traditional Music in Middle and Primary Education: Taking South Korean Music Curriculum as an Example

Jie SHI, Jing WANG

Abstract


“Music” and “education” are the organic components of culture. South Korea show great solicitude for the succeeding of traditional culture in middle and primary education. During the instant, pluralistic and open globalization period, it gives consideration to the ultimate value pursuit of both the times and its own laws, forming a distinctive music curriculum. This paper clarifies the feasibility and necessity of the succeeding of such sort of culture. On the basis of actively elaborating the concept and curriculum content, this paper does propose a whole string of inheritance trajectory of this kind of culture, which has important reference significance for further coming true the succeeding of traditional culture in students’ education.


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Middle and primary schools; Music education; Traditional music culture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11824

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