By Siglind Bruhn
Those new essays written particularly for this quantity discover some of the elements of Olivier Messiaen's spiritually dedicated musical language, drawing on his personal comments in subheadings and prefaces, his biblical and theological citations, his allusions to works of visible paintings, and at the language spoken at once by means of the musical tropes themselves.
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This attitude toward race is problematic, according to Gloria Ladson-Billings (1994): Given the significance of race and color in American society, it is impossible to believe that a classroom teacher does not notice the race and ethnicity of the children she is teaching. Further, by claiming not to notice, the teacher is saying that she is dismissing one of the most salient features of the child’s identity and that she does not account for it in her curricular planning and instruction. . If teachers pretend not to see students’ racial and ethnic differences, they are limited in their ability to meet their educational needs.
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