Richard Hill – music education

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Photo: Screenshot from internet. I learned this at school in my primary at Karomatan Central Elementary School

« A culture of music education starts in a school gradually. It comes, always, from a teacher. It doesn’t come because you say, « it has to be there because music is good. » If you don’t have a good teacher, you don’t have anything, it doesn’t matter whether it’s music, maths, English, whatever it is. If you have a good teacher, that will happen. The big difference with music is people don’t see it as essential. » ~Richard Gill, on ABC RN’s ‘What Keeps Me Awake’

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