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Songs in the classroomThe use of songs in the classroom, in my opinion, is a subject, which merits greater attention and investigation by teachers. In our everyday lives we live constantly with music in varying forms yet we try to shut it out or off the moment we begin work or enter our workplace. All of us have musical hooks on which we hang our memories, associations with good and bad times, emotional situations or simply to recall a product advertised with a piece of identifiable music. A fantastic example of this association is a military march, written by a czech composer, Julius Fucik. All over the world, in any circus, you will hear this piece of music and whilst you may not know that it is called the Entry of the Gladiators, you certainly will recognise it as the music of the clowns. This association with music, was used by Dr. Georgi Lozanov and Evelyna Gateva during the 1960’s, when they conducted research into ways to increase memory abilities. Their successes caught the attention or the world and led to the development of the multi sensory technique of ‘accelerated learning’. Within this doctrine and using Lozanovs proposals, two different methods for the use of music to create effective learning environments, called concerts, were developed. The Active