Music has played a very significant role in educating Ghanaian primary school children. From the colonial era till 1959, there were no curriculum document that guided teaching and learning of the art. What to teach and what to learn were left largely to the initiative and enthusiasm of individual teachers. The first ever syllabus for teaching the subject was published in 1959 by the Ghana Ministry of Education. Since then the music curriculum has gone through series of reviews and reforms, the last being the publication and implementation of the Creative Arts curriculum for primary schools in 2007. The aim of this paper is to present a brief chronology of fifty nine (59) years of implementation of formal music education in Ghanaian primary schools from 1959 to 2018.