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ISME Website History Standing Committee IHME Homepage SOUTH AFRICA - Bibliographic Resources   Selected References for Further Reading complied by Robin Stevens  Akrofi, E. A. (1998), ‘Traditional African music education in Ghana and South Africa’, Legon Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 11, pp. 39–47. Akrofi, E. A. (2006), ‘Composition in Tonic Sol-fa: An exogenous musical practice in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa’. Unpublished paper.   	 Herbst, A, de Wet, J. and Rijsdijk, S. (2005), ‘A survey of music education in the primary schools of South Africa’s Cape Peninsula’, Journal of Research in Music Education, Vol. 53, No 3, pp. 260–283. Stevens, R. S. (2001). Propagation of Tonic Sol-Fa in South Africa during the Nineteenth Century and its Survival in Indigenous Community Choirs to the Present Day, a paper presented at the APSMER Conference, Nagoya, Japan, 23-24 August, 2001. Stevens, R. S. (2004). 'Making it their Own': The Indigenisation of the Curwen Method and Notation in South Africa, a paper presented at the ISME Conference, Tenerife, Spain, 2004. Stevens, R. S. (2004). The Dissemination of the English Tonic Sol-fa Method in South Africa and its Influence on African Musical Identity, a paper presented at the 2004 Research Seminar 2004, Swedish-South African Research Network (SSARN), 24-25 November 2004. Stevens, R. S. (2005). Tonic Sol-fa: An Exogenous Aspect of South African Musical Identity. a paper presented at the 2005 Research Seminar, Swedish-South African Research Network (SSARN), 18-20 October 2005. Stevens, R. S. (2005). Tonic Sol-fa in Contemporary Choral Music Practice: A South African Case Study, a paper presented at the 2005 AARME Conference, Sydney, NSW, 24-27 September 2005. Stevens, R. S. (2007). Tonic sol-fa: An exogenous aspect of South African musical identity. In K. Agawa & K. Rudd (Eds.), Music and Identity: Transformation and Negotiation. Stellenbosch, South Africa: African Sun Media. Stevens, R. S., & Akrofi, E. (2010/2011). ‘South Africa: Indigenous roots, cultural imposition and an uncertain future’. In G. Cox & S. R. S. (Eds.), Origins and Foundations of Music in Compulsory Schooling: An International Perspective (pp. 221-235). London: The Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. Stevens, R. S., & Akrofi, E. A. (2004). Tonic Sol-fa in South Africa—A Case Study of Endogenous Musical Practice, a paper presented at the 2004 AARME Conference, Southern Cross University, Tweed-Gold Coast, Tweed Heads. Thorsén, S-M. (1997), ‘Music education in South Africa – striving for unity and diversity’, Schwedische Zeitschrift fur Musikforschung (Swedish Journal for Musicology), Vol. 79, No.1, pp. 91–109.  Thorsén, S-M. (2002), ‘Swedish mission and music education in Southern Africa’, a paper presented at SSARN-Seminar, Pretoria, 26-               27 November 2002. Bibliographic Resources Overview ISME Website History Standing Committee Copyright © 2014 History Standing Committee, International Society for Music Education (ISME) IHME Homepage IHME Homepage Bibliographic Resources