Programme-Page of Abstracts

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1.Santosh Kumar PudaruthCulture, Music and Economic Development: The Emergence of a New Relational Paradigm’Mauritius
2.Santosh Kumar PudaruthIndian Classical Music in Mauritius: A Glimpse.’Mauritius
3.Luvuyo Dontsa Bullets killed only the bodies: Perpetual Employment of Uhadi Cadences and Other Indigenous Genres in South African Choral and Popular Music. South Africa
4.Viola N. MugandaniStudent Teachers’ Musical Knowledge Base for Teaching Music for Critical ThinkingSouth Africa
5.E.S. ModibaMusic WorkshopSouth Africa
6.A David NkosiAfrican Indigenous Musical Arts education in contemporary school Music Education:concerns, dilemmas and compromisesSouth Africa
7.Nancy AbigaelPerfomance Contexts and role of the ADEUDEU among the ATESO of KenyaKenya
Masasabi
8.Annalize Hoek Benefits of Music Education outside the Classroom, and the organization of music toursUnited Kingdom
9.Antoinette Hoek and Annalize HoekPresentation: Music Theory in the ClassroomUnited Kingdom
10.Cleniece G. Mbeche and E.A. AkunoRethinking strategies for teaching Aural MusicianshipKenya
12.C.Van Nierkerk, Phillip Mogola, Antoinette Hoek, Zenda Nel, Judith Mbisi, Kobie Pretorius, Samuel Mabo90 Minute Symposium : South African Music Technology project( SAMTP)South Africa and Zambia
11.Zenda NelMusic Education workshop with delegatesSouth Africa
12.John AdewolePerfomance Techniques In Dundun Sekere Court MusicNigeria
13.Ibekwe Eunice. UDance Techniques in Igbo Culture: The Egbenuoba ensemble as a paradigmNigeria
14.Mary Priscilla Dzansi-McPalmThe socio-cultural context of Avihawo (dirges) among the E3e communities in the Volta Region, GhanaGhana
15.Patience MusandirirePerformance Techniques in African MusicZimbabwe
16.Agatha Ijeoma OnwuekweAesthetics and Intonations in Indigenous Music composition in Nigeria: The Igbo experienceNigeria
17.Pius P.Y. VordzorgbeGhana
18.Olajedo Kehinde , Julius Olowadamilare Adeoye and S.A. AdebisiObjective Critique of Cultural and Creative arts Curriculum in Nigeria Secondary SchoolsNigeria
19.Olajedo Kehinde , Mrs S.A. Adebisi and Felix OgunmolaThe Social Cultural Implications Of Nigerian Hybrid MusicsNigeria
20.Olajedo Kehinde , Julius Olowadamilare Adeoye and Femi OlaleyeRomantic Synergy Of Musical Arts In Socio-Political Education Of Citizenry In Contemporary Africa: The Case Of Nigeria.Nigeria
21.Adetutu OlorunsogoMusic Education In Colleges Of Education andNigeria
Indigenous Music Knowledge System
22.Alvan-Ikoku O. Nwamara and Sam K.I. ChukwuThe Retrieval Research StrategyNigeria
23.John Philip Akumu and Hellen A. OdwarA Musical Analysis of Selected Luo Story SongsKenya
24.Eric Debrah OtchereTowards Advocacy: Convincing Self and others on the Value of Music in the Educational ProcessesGhana
25.Irene SokoRaising Musical Awareness among the children of the Tlokweng SOS Village through Interaction with Rainbow Secondary SchoolBotswana
26.Rose A. Omolo-OngatiPreservation, Destruction, or Evolution? The impact of Kenya Music Festival (KMF) on the Cultural Practice of Kenyan Indigenous MusicKenya
27.Taiye Adeola & Austin Emielu‘De-Christianising’ Music Education in Contemporary AfricaNigeria
28.Elizabeth A. Andang’oIndigenous Kenyan Children’s Songs as a Key Resource for Physical Development in Early ChildhoodKenya
29.John Wesley Dankwah“A GYILE NANGBE ANOMΕNA…”Ghana
Perception and Conceptualization of Aesthetics from an Emic Perspective: The Case of the Dagaaba People of Ghana and their Xylophone music
30.Benon Kigozi‘Music, Dance and Drama’Uganda
Should we preserve the marriage or file for divorce?
31.John Philip AkumuContexts and Content of Performance of ohangla Instrumental Ensemble of the Luo of KenyaKenya
32.Fagbile FunsoImbalance in the performance of male and female students in the course: Theory of Music: A A case study of Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, NigeriaNigeria
33.Isaac A. Yekini-AjenifujaMusic Education and Bi-Cultural Pedagogical Practice in Nigeria: The Lagos ExperienceNigeria
34.Hellen AtienoAesthetics of Ohangla music of the Luo peopleKenya
35.Flavia CandussoAfro-Brazillian Musical Arts Education: The case of Capoiera Angolaand its implications for School Music EducationBrazil/Angola
36.Sam Kenneth Iheanyi ChukwuWorkshop on African Membrane Drum:Nigeria
Its notational techniques and performance
37.Jude NwankwoTonal Inflection in composing Igbo choral music: Problems and solutions. Nigeria
38.Adebowale Oluranti Adeogun Enhancing the quality of Musical Arts Teachers: Strategies, Tensions and TendenciesNigeria
39.Patience Uchenwa Oguoma and Ugochukwu OnwukaTowards Discovering The Performance TechniquesNigeria
in ND Nnorom’s neo – Traditional Music
40.Babalola Sunday, OludeleAjogbo Music: A cultural indicator in Oto Awori Lagos state Nigeria
41.S.O AbegundeThe emergence of precarious music curricula for the NCE students in Nigeria: The EACOED exampleNigeria
42.Edward Augustus Mensah - The place of APIREDE instrumental performance in our contemporary Ghana. A case study of Gomua Asen Traditional Area.Ghana
43.Ibekwe Eunice U.Dance Techniques in Igbo Culture: The Obodo Iduu ( Egbenuoba) Ensemble as a ParadigmNigeria
44.Ogunrinade D . O. A and Odunuga  A . FBequests and veracities of Nigerian Indigenous knowledge system as a means of improving Musical Arts Education in contemporary AfricaNigeria
45.David A, NkosiIndigenous African Musical Arts Education in South Africa
contemporary school music education: concerns,
dilemmas and compromises
46.Princess Kate Isioma EbohonAesthetic values in Aniocha Music as Creative ArtNigeria
47.O’dyke NzewiAn African sensed curriculum and training program for Musical Arts Education: A case study of the CIIMDA CAICAE course and curriculum developed for Grades 10 to 12South Africa
48.Nolwazi NdamaseAn interrogation of selected specialist music teacher’s attitudes towards the implementation of the arts and culture learning area in South AfricaSouth Africa
49.Jimmy J. SimakoMusical Arts Education Research in Africa Botswana
50.Mothusi Phuthego, Leremela B. Bogosing and Wonderful NdlovuThe Botswana music calendar: a guide and research opportunity for musical arts educators Botswana
51.Presentation by Seven Zambian Music Educators from the Northwestern Province of Zambia.Presentation of Kachacha drummingZambia
52Musical Arts Curriculum: Teaching Plan for FET( Grades 10-12). Researched and prepared by the Centre for African Instrumental Music and Dance practices( education, Research and Performance)
53Professor Meki NzewiInstalling the humanning science of Africa’s performative genius for sustainable humanity education: From deliberations to pragmatism(CIIMDA/ University of Pretoria, South Africa)