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Full name: Mr. Kwadwo Adum-Attah (MA)
Email: kadat56@yahoo.com
Address:
Department of Music
University of Cape Coast
Ghana
Phone: 233-244-598038
Function(s):
Biography:
2002 to date
Part-time lecturer, Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast, for Basic Education Diploma Programme
2002 to date
Lecturer, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast
1995 - 2002
Music and Dance Tutor, OLA Training College, Cape Coast
1997
MPhil, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast
1993 - 1994
Peripatetic music teacher, Municipal Education Office, Cape Coast
1993 - 1994
Part-time demonstrator in Communicative Skills, Department of English, University of Cape Coast
1993 - 1994
Part-time demonstrator, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast
1991 - 1993
National Serviceman, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast
1991
Dip. Educ, BMus, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast
1983 - 1987
Music Tutor, Berekum Secondary School, Berekum
1981 - 1983
Music Tutor, Dormaa Secondary School, Dormaa Ahenkro
1981
Dip. Mus. Educ., National Academy of Music, Winneba
Files:
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Publications:
  • Music and Dance for Teacher Training Colleges, joint authorship with I.R. Amuah and Kras Arthur, 2001
  • The Teaching of Music and Dance, joint authorship with Kras Arthur, distant learning material written for Teacher Education Division, Ghana Education Service, 2001
  • Nana Ampadu: Master of Highlife. MPhil Thesis, 1997
  • "Highlife as resource material for classroom music teaching", unpublished article presented at Ghana Music Teachers ' Association (GMTA) Conference at Winneba, August 1992
  • The Growth and Development of Highlife in Ghana. BMus Thesis, 1991
MPhil Thesis:
Download complete thesis 'Nana Ampadu: Master of Highlife' (5 MB pdf file)
Academic Interests :
  • Ghanaian Traditional Music
  • Popular Music in Ghana
  • Psychology of Music
  • Gender Issues in Popular Music
  • Music and Dance Education
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