Tradicinė lietuvių mokymosi griežti liaudies muzikos instrumentais metodika: pradžiamokslis

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Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Tradicinė lietuvių mokymosi griežti liaudies muzikos instrumentais metodika: pradžiamokslis
Alternative Title:
Traditional methods of learning to play Lithuanian folk music instruments - primer
In the Journal:
Liaudies kultūra. 2012, Nr. 5, p. 12-19
Keywords:
LT
Grojimas; Liaudies muzikos instrumentai; Metodika; Muzikos instrumentai; Pradžiamokslis; Tradicija.
EN
Folk musical instruments; Lithuania; Method; Metodology; Music intruments; Piping; Playing; Primer; Tradition.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnio objektas - vaikų mokymo(si) griežti tradiciniais liaudies muzikos ar garso instrumentais metodika. Siekiama atskleisti pagrindinius mokymosi etapus, akcentuojamas mokymasis iš klausos. Tyrimo metodai - lyginamasis tipologinis, iš dalies remiamasi kokybiniais interviu. Daroma išvada, kad pradedant mokytis labai svarbūs žaidimo elementai, vėliau itin svarbiais tampa prigimtiniai muzikiniai vaiko gabumai ir užsispyrimas. Mokantis ypač didelę įtaką turi šeima - tėvai, artimieji bei pripažinti muzikantai. [Iš leidinio]

ENArticle discusses methods of teaching (learning) children to play traditional folk music instruments. The key learning stages are revealed. Based on field research such as interviews with folk musicians, we can make the conclusion that in starting to learn, game elements are very important, as well as musical or phonic toys - sometimes the children themselves make musical instruments. A child becomes a musician if he/she has a natural ability - an ear for music, determination, a strong intrinsic motivation to learn. In learning, a particularly strong influence comes from the family - parents, relatives and other musicians who become both authorities and teachers. Typically children would be taught to play by men, but women often were the first to notice and develop musicianship, encouraging a child to start playing music. Learning was mostly by ear. By continuous development of skills, quite a large active repertoire could be accumulated. [From the publication]

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2018-12-17 13:22:36
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