Musicians as lifelong learners: discovery through biography

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventCongress Lifelong Learning revisited: What next? - University of Stirling, Centre for Research into Lifelong Learning, Sterling, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Jun 20091 Jun 2009

Conference

ConferenceCongress Lifelong Learning revisited: What next?
CountryUnited Kingdom
CitySterling
Period1/06/091/06/09

Keywords

  • music
  • musicians
  • lifelong learning
  • biographical research

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Smilde, R. (2009). Musicians as lifelong learners: discovery through biography. Paper presented at Congress Lifelong Learning revisited: What next?, Sterling, United Kingdom.
Smilde, Rineke. / Musicians as lifelong learners: discovery through biography. Paper presented at Congress Lifelong Learning revisited: What next?, Sterling, United Kingdom.
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