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The "Modernity" of Saxophone Instruction in France: 1846-1942

Pascal Terrien 1, 2, 3
3 GCAF - Le geste créatif et l'activité formative
ADEF - Apprentissage, Didactique, Evaluation, Formation, AMU INSPÉ - Aix-Marseille Université - Institut national supérieur du professorat et de l'éducation
Abstract : This article studies the contents of the saxophone methods written between 1846 and 1942, and attempts an epistemological investigation, seeking to determine whether their instrumental instruction was as innovative as the invention of Adolphe Sax. Towards that end, the author uses the tools necessary to define a disciplinary matrix of instruction, and analyzes the different elements that comprise the methods.
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Pascal Terrien. The "Modernity" of Saxophone Instruction in France: 1846-1942. A HISTORY OF THE SAXOPHONE THROUGH THE PEDAGOGICAL METHODS PUBLISHED IN FRANCE: 1846-1942, 2015, A HISTORY OF THE SAXOPHONE THROUGH THE PEDAGOGICAL METHODS PUBLISHED IN FRANCE: 1846-1942. ⟨hal-02866519⟩

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