Concept of Movement in Musical Heritage, Theory and Pedagogy of 20-30s of 20 th Century

Вишинський, Віталій Володимирович (2016) Concept of Movement in Musical Heritage, Theory and Pedagogy of 20-30s of 20 th Century Музичне мистецтво в освітологічному дискурсі : науковий журнал (1). pp. 56-61.

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The concept of movement in music education systems of the first third of 20th century is analyzed. Its meaning for musical theory and creative work of the following period is defined. The approach to its application in music theory of art periods of the past is scrutinized. The goal of research is to reveal preconditions and historical heredity in usage of the concept of movement in musical practice of the first third of 20 th century. The tasks of research are to define the significance of the concept of movement for music creative work, music theory and pedagogy of the first third of 20 th century; to research the tradition of distraction of the concept of movement in different musical­theoretical systems of the past. The object of the research is the situation in music art and pedagogy of that period, while the subject of the research is the mode of operation of the concept of movement in indicated fields of music activity. In music art from Antiquity till the 20 th century philosophical and aesthetic aspects of different concepts of movement accelerated development of its new forms, principles and techniques. Movement was considered as the way of comprehension of the nature of music, its actuality and subject. Further, in 20 th century composers were inspired by the concept of movement primarily because of the specific scientific and technical mode of the epoch. The same situation happened in music theory of the first third of the 20 th century. Conversely, for music pedagogy of the period the views of Antiquity were pivotal. In the new systems of music education movement was considered a channel for passing a content of music to the pupil, a force that directly affected person’s inner world. The idea of identity of music and psychological movement was specifically important. Thus, the concept of movement proved to be the centrepiece in connection between ancient and modern ideas of music education.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: concept of movement; first third of 20 th century; Plato; Aristotle; Emile Jaques­Dalcroze; Carl Orff
Subjects: Статті у журналах > Збірники наукових праць
Divisions: Факультет музичного мистецтва і хореографії > Кафедра музикознавства та музичної освіти
Depositing User: Олег Перепека
Date Deposited: 13 Dec 2016 08:56
Last Modified: 13 Dec 2016 08:56

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