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2022, br. 59-1, str. 25-49
Nov koncept učenja Abinih pesama u univerzitetskoj nastavi solfeđa
University of Arts, Faculty of Music, Department of Solfeggio and Music Education, Belgrade

e-adresamilena.petrovic@fmu.bg.ac.rs
Ključne reči: popularna muzika; popularna muzička pedagogija; Aba; neformalno učenje muzike; formalna univerzitetska nastava solfeđa; multimodalnost; interdisciplinarni pristup
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Nov interdisciplinarni pristup podučavanju Abinih pesama uključuje: grafički prikaz melodijskih kontura i harmonskih progresija; otelovljenost napetosti i opuštanja izazvanih (ne)očekivanim harmonskim obrascima/ progresijama, formom i ritmom; slušnu i vizuelnu muzičku analizu ostinata i borduna, kao elementarnih karakteristika popularne muzike, i dorskog modusa, pentatonike i bluz nota, koji su deo Orf-Šulverk nastavnih strategija; analizu emocija u odnosu na postepeno dodavanje glasova i lance dominanti; lingvističku analizu koja podrazumeva upotrebu rime u prepevima stihova na srpski jezik, kao i usaglašavanje prozodijskog naglaska, muzičkog metra i melodijske konture.
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jezik rada: engleski, srpski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/newso22059025P
primljen: 05.03.2022.
prihvaćen: 28.04.2022.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 04.11.2022.

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