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European Perspectives on Music Education 2: Artistry by A. De Vugt & I. Malmberg. Innsbruck: Heibling, 2013. 288 pp., paperback. € 44. ISBN: 9783850619813.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 June 2014

MARIA VARVARIGOU*
Affiliation:
CANTERBURY CHRIST CHURCH UNIVERSITY, UK

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