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Author: Iruoma A. Ugoo-Okonkwo, Chinyere C. Esimone and Alexander W. Erhiegueke


The relationship which exists between parents and their children happens to be a fundamental and a very vital individual human experience. This paper sought to answer the question of parental influence on a child’s musical acumen and character. The paper x-rayed from theoretical and empirical points of view the factors playing out between nature and nurture as contributory factors in a child’s parental musical outcomes. Through the research instruments of extensive interviews and keen observation of parents and children, the results of this study have the following revelations. There are both positive and negative elements contributing to a child’s musical skill and intelligence through parental relationships. The factors range from emotional, social, spiritual, psychological, and even academic inferences.  It is, therefore, necessary to pursue those factors that will result in an optimal tradeoff of positive musical outcomes in children.      


Parent-child relationship, nurture, developmental theory, musical outcome.  Interaction between parent and child

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