This book is a culmination of the author's experience of over fifteen years in teaching Music in Kenyan secondary schools. It presents an insight into the practical realities in the theory and practice of secondary school Music education in Kenya. It is recommended for Music students in secondary schools, colleges and universities; Music curriculum developers, Music teachers and Music education policy makers. Based on a survey involving students, teachers, parents and educational managers, the book addresses values of Music education and presents a global perspective of Music development and learning in Kenya, Britain, Germany, Australia, South America, Russia, Scandinavia, India, China, Korea and South Africa. The author argues that Music education is a very important tool in holistic personality development and should be encouraged and developed. The book is relevant in Kenya, Africa and elsewhere in the world.