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date: 02 June 2020

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This article discusses the historical factors that have led to children’s participation in the expressive traditions related to Trinidad and Tobago’s annual Carnival celebration. It analyzes the various institutions and strategies that foster music education in relation to Carnival music. It also considers the conflict between local music and imported cultural strands, particularly those from North America that are received via satellite television and the Internet.

Keywords: children’s music, music, influences, culture, music education

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