The Educational Process in Mastering and Developing Pianistic Technique through Performance of Modern Pieces for Intermediate and Advanced Level Students

Trajkova, Nevenka (2014) The Educational Process in Mastering and Developing Pianistic Technique through Performance of Modern Pieces for Intermediate and Advanced Level Students. International Journal of Sciences:, Vol 13 (No 1). pp. 357-365. ISSN 2307-4531

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Abstract

Abstract This paper combines interpretative, comparative theoretical, and aesthetic approaches with the aim of facilitating the piano teaching process in primary, secondary, and higher musical education around the world. Contemporary composers have a specific vision, an idea, and employ interesting figures and melodies which influence the ear training and intonation education of the student and enrich their musical experience and repertoire. It is also interesting from a different aspect, namely the opportunities these composers create for educators within the prominent technical and piano-intoning frameworks. This is also an attempt to carry on the tradition of compiling, systematizing, analyzing and publicly promoting quality piano compositions which would then take their rightful place in everyday teaching cannon. Another aim of this paper is to familiarize the student, and above all, the teaching and the whole performing public with the quality of the pieces of contemporary composers; to introduce them to as many styles established by contemporary composers as possible, to enable them to discover new technical problems, and the overcome them successfully. The methodology employed in this paper is a combination of several approaches relating to the subject at hand - comparative, systematic, analytical, logical theoretical, and a method of learning and analysis of practical experience. Keywords: piano technique, rhythm, tempo, agogics, tone production.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Humanities > Art (arts, history of arts, performing arts, music)
Divisions: Faculty of Music Art
Depositing User: Nevenka Dukovska
Date Deposited: 20 Aug 2014 13:40
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2014 13:40
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/10672

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