Music Research - page 2

Making a noise for music

Everyone knows how much young children love to sing and dance, but all too often music is thought of as something which only a few specially talented or gifted people will be good at. This research provides information about how to bring music into everyday life, exploring the benefit and educational potential in making music with small children.’

Music for Learning for Life

This research carried out in Australian schools aimed to identify if music skills development, embedded in daily learning across the curriculum, provide educational outcomes for Indigenous learners with low literacy and low numeracy levels, and what are the implications for policy, practice and research.

Music to Young Ears

Musical opportunities for young deaf children up to the age of five in the Humber Region and York are the subject of a report published by Music4U. The report has been funded by Youth Music’s Musical Inclusion programme and tackles an important, but under-researched area of provision for young deaf children, identifying examples of national and regional best practice

Outcomes for Children, Families, Musicians and Hospital Staff

This research report provides compelling evidence of the benefits of employing skilled Music for Health practitioners within healthcare settings. The research was commissioned by the Royal Northern College of Music and funded by Youth Music.