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185 | 2013
L’enseignement de la musique, entre institution scolaire et conservatoires

Edited by Stéphane Bonnéry
Revue française de pédagogie n° 185
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195 x 240 - 184 p.
ISBN 978-2-84788-523-1

This edition explores new curricular forms of music education in schools and in music academies. The four articles are based on different research areas: music classes in secondary school; musical partnership projects for high school pupils; music classes for adolescents and young adults in the department of popular music in music academies; and music initiation workshops for preschoolers and their parents, organized by the music academy and social services.

First, this edition offers a panorama of the research conducted on the subject of the sociology of education and the sociology of culture. The articles are written at the intersection of these two different research areas, showing the tensions that arise between artistic logic and educational logic, and between aestheticism and asceticism. These tensions take different forms depending on the type of institution where music is taught.

This edition reopens the debate specific to the Sociology of Culture: the opposition between legitimacy theory and omnivority theory, through a study of students cognitive activities. It is also a way for the authors to complete their research on the implicit character of teaching.

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