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Music educator Richard Gill argues the case for igniting the imagination through music and for making our own music. In this talk, he leads the TEDxSydney …

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  1. thankyou so much for the music Richard. the HICES music festival in 2017 had around 500 school students from various independent schools across New South Wales come together to put on a music performance. In the short space of a week, our choir rehearsed and fine-tuned 5 songs which we got to play at the town hall in Sydney. The feelings I experienced from singing an ancient Gregorian chant that reverberated in the expanse of that great venue made me feel things I simply cannot and never will be able to put into words. It was the first time I met Richard and I was so saddened to hear that he passed away not long after this. He inspired a generation of musicians in Australia who are forever indebted for his contributions and dedication. Rest in peace Richard.

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  2. Rest in peace Richard. I was lucky enough to be in the audience and this speech changed our children's lives with a commitment to a musical education

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  3. Rest in peace, Richard. The couple of times I met you were inspirational, and you will not soon be forgotten.

    "Every child should have access to proper music."

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  4. Next year I am planning to write my dissertation about importance of music in our society and the benefits of musical education. Also about brain plasticity and how this is working in general when connected to music. If anyone would like to take part in the questionnaire (or short interview), let me know in the comment 🙂 Next year I will respond when I will gather enough people. Thank you!

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  5. Begs the question: if music education is so important, why is it I'm not finding any courses on YouTube?
    In the seven years since this was presented as something "important," there's nothing from any universities or other schools saying, "This is a $50* music keyboard. Here's what we can teach you to give you a comprehensive knowledge of this 'important' subject." *Meaning if you have fifty dollars, you can learn, regardless of your circumstances or where you live.

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  6. my daughters PUBLIC school in Sydney NSW requires $780 upfront per year for children to attend band. As a sole parent, this ended up too cost prohibitive- they would not allow me to pay this off throughout the year. As a consequence, she had no choice but to drop out. I did have a private tutor for a while, who cost the same but over the course of a year, but her interest waned because she was no longer entitled to participate in the wider group, (her social standing reinforced within earshot during lunchbreak rehearsals-heartbreaking.) Midnight oil frontman Peter Garret joined politics and one of the first things he did was defund the scholarship programmes for disadvantaged children like my child, to attend the Australian National Youth Orchestra- I could'nt believe it. Someone whose life had been invested in music and who gained financially exponentially from it… This story kind of ends happy- my daughter auditioned for singing at the Newtown School of Performing Arts and has been shortlisted. Writing to the principle, I said, 'she should be commended for being shortlisted, but imagine the possibilities had this school enabled her to continue the band' Crickets. As an early childhood educator, I make music as acessable as possible for the children in my care, not some elitist pastime. Having completed the arts component of my bachelors degree (a few sessions only) I'm dissapointed in how little value is given to everything Richard Gill says here. It should be a subject in itself.

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  7. I disagree with the comment saying you can't appreciate Mozart while still struggling with the notes. To me, struggling brings me closer to Mozart's genius. All in all, I believe music is so wonderful that it will not die, even within an unsympathetic culture.

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  8. I am researching this subject. I am trying to figure out how I can get this into my school district. I live in rural wisconsin USA. I also have a website that I want to help promote music education. Any suggestions on this I would love to receive.

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  9. You're my new hero Richard! I'm a music educator and faced with all the usual attitude towards music education; dismissed as a privilege for the financially endowed and regarded as lower subject with no utility value. This is a refreshing message that I wish I had seen sooner!

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  10. I was not brought up in a music family. Although many of my relatives
    have taken lessons, they are not professional musicians. I play with a
    music group in church so playing music is a weekly affair. Even when I
    am not practicing with the group during the summer break, I would play music on a keyboard / piano.
    There are people in the group who also sing in a choir. Once at a
    Christmas gathering I started playing "O Holy Night" on a keyboard and
    several people started singing the song in the background.

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  11. I have seen a couple TV commercials from NAMM encouraging people to play
    musical instruments. I'm happy to know that I am not the only person in
    the world who has noticed that musical instruments and instrumental
    music are dying a miserable death. The sad fact is that these
    commercials will not make any difference. Music educators are the only
    people in a position to make a difference and prevent the extinction of
    musical instruments. Unfortunately music educators do not care if
    instrumental music dies 10 or 20 or 50 years from now. All they care
    about is what score their ensemble gets at the next festival.

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