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Title: Постижение композиторского замысла произведения как проблема профессиональной подготовки будущего учителя музыки
Authors: Чен, Цзицзян
Keywords: композиторский замысел
музыкальное произведение
педагогическая задача
профессиональный навык
профессиональная деятельность
compositional idea
educational task
professional activity
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Видавництво НПУ імені М. П. Драгоманова
Citation: Чен Цзицзян. Постижение композиторского замысла произведения как проблема профессиональной подготовки будущего учителя музыки / Цзицзян Чен // Науковий часопис Національного педагогічного університету імені М. П. Драгоманова. Серія 14. Теорія і методика мистецької освіти : Збірник наукових праць. – К. : НПУ ім. М. П. Драгоманова, 2015. – Вип. 18 (23). - С. 203-210
Abstract: Статья посвящена проблеме формирования профессиональных навыков и умений постижения композиторского замысла музыкального произведения в профессиональной деятельности учителя музыки. Систематизируются разрозненные теоретические представления о сущности и свойствах феномена композиторского замысла, которые рассматриваются в данной статье в аспекте целей и методов музыкальной педагогики.
The purpose of this article - to organize disparate theoretical ideas about the nature of the composer's intent and to consider them in terms of objectives and methods of music pedagogy. Music pedagogy should have clear provisions as to what is the essence of the composer's creative idea what properties this phenomenon, how to identify these properties. It is equally important to put the methodological problems that can be there any "technique" of understanding the composer's intent and what it can be based. Composer concept is a fundamental element of music and the creative process, which determines the specificity of image-content aspect of the musical work and the principles of using it in expressive means (technical aspect). Most researchers consider composer`s plan as a universal category, which is linked to the originality of the idea of a musical work of art and the principles of its musical and technological implementation. According to researchers, a composer plan has the properties of structural integrity. In the plan can be allocated certain components. Usually discussed two levels of musical conception composer: image-associative and constructive. The first determines the image-content side of a piece of music, the second - determines the selection of expressive means of music in accordance with the figurative sense. Together they form the integrity of both the composer's conception of artistic expression. The structure plan allocate two significant level of composer concept: the intellectual and psychological (composer reflection) and substantive (musical text and the act of performance). Each of them can be structured . Methods for discovering the composer's concept is based on a system of holistic analysis of a piece of music, covering all aspects of the musical text. In some cases, researchers have become a priority for the party genre and compositional logic of the musical work (E. Nazaikinskii) or intonation process logic. In this regard, the obvious conclusion is that the successful formation of the musicians and educators skills and comprehension of the composer's intention to work on the theoretical concepts students about the multifaceted "content" and the complex nature of the composer's creative vision. This, in our opinion, should be one of the pedagogical principles of procedure of formation of future music teachers ability to understand and implement in their execution of author's design work.
URI: http://enpuir.npu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/14942
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