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Proceedings of the International Conference on Arts and Design Education (ICADE 2018)
This study discusses music activities in and their laws in Islam. The purpose of this research is for the wider community to know and better understand how to respond to various polemics about music and its laws in Islamic religion. The method used in this study is an in-depth observation study at the Daarut Tauhiid Islamic Boarding School, by placing one of the santri as the main data source. The results of the study show that musical activities among boarding schools are very supportive ofdoi:10.2991/icade-18.2019.70 fatcat:u2jwafnf3jbcnduws7j4g4upm4