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Why Study Music (and what is "Studying" Music?)


Brian Shepard is Assistant Professor of Composition at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School. He is a specialist in pedagogical technology, and as such is heavily involved in leveraging the potential of emerging technologies such as Internet2 to open up new horizons in music education. He is also a working composer who explores the field of interactive, spontaneously composed music expressed through technology and dance.
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Brian Shepard of the University of Southern California discusses the value of music education programs to aspiring musicians, and shares his view on why pursuing some form of formal music education is important.



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April 2007
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