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International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education / IJCRSEE
2019, vol. 7, br. 2, str. 87-98
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
doi:10.5937/IJCRSEE1902087C
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Transfer of musical abilities and possible reflections of teaching content
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Univerzitet u Nišu, Fakultet umetnosti

e-adresa: lesnjakjelena@gmail.com, milica.jovanovic37@yahoo.com

Projekat

The paper is the part of the project of Niš Branch of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA): 0-10-17: The Music Heritage of Southeast Serbia, Contemporary Creativity and the Formation of Taste

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The paper aims to indicate the direct link between the development of knowledge, skills and music abilities in the pedagogical practice which encourages concrete cognitive, psychomotor and affective processes that lie in basis of the transfer of learning. We analyzed the attitudes of the students of the Department of Music Art from the Faculty of Arts in Niš according to musical skills acquired in solfeggio teaching, in the context of their impact on the instrumental performance. Assuming that advancement of musical skills acquired in solfeggio teaching directly affects the field of instrumental performance and leads to the development of music potential, or development of musical abilities, at the level of sensory abilities, as well as at the level of understanding musical structures, the research, which established the student attitudes to evaluating different components of instrumental performance; correlation of solfeggio and instrumental teaching; importance of work on some elements in the solfeggio teaching and evaluating expressive elements in relation to the technical skills in the solfeggio teaching, was conducted. The results of conducted research confirmed basic hypothesis that students express high awareness of the narrow connectivity of solfeggio and instrumental teaching, equally evaluating work in all areas of solfeggio teaching. Simultaneously, they indicate the importance of educational experience in shaping the standpoints of students who showed positive attitudes about a possible reflection of the solfeggio teaching content and skills that are acquired in it, as well as there's a high degree of the use of skill acquired in solfeggio teaching in instrumental performance.

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