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Timing i sångundervisningen

Svensson, Dan (2007)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
Since my experience is that teachers in singing hardly ever talk about when to sing a tone, I have chosen to examine this fact through interviews and earlier research in this matter. The interviewed singing teachers belong to different genres (classical music, pop/rock, jazz and folk music). I asked them to share their thoughts about the word timing, when it comes to music. I also wanted to know if they have any methods when it comes to teaching students to improve their timing. Further on, I have been discussing the results and the literature in order to make clear in what way singing teachers give priority to when a tone is being sung. Main results show that the informants have a lot to say when it comes to timing in music. It seems like... (More)
Since my experience is that teachers in singing hardly ever talk about when to sing a tone, I have chosen to examine this fact through interviews and earlier research in this matter. The interviewed singing teachers belong to different genres (classical music, pop/rock, jazz and folk music). I asked them to share their thoughts about the word timing, when it comes to music. I also wanted to know if they have any methods when it comes to teaching students to improve their timing. Further on, I have been discussing the results and the literature in order to make clear in what way singing teachers give priority to when a tone is being sung. Main results show that the informants have a lot to say when it comes to timing in music. It seems like they put a lot of importance to the meaning of the word, and that the meaning of the word timing actually changes depending on whom you are asking, and this might be the reason for the methods to differ from each other. (Less)
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author
Svensson, Dan
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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timing, sångundervisning, singing, teaching, Musicology, Musikvetenskap, Pedagogy and didactics, Pedagogik, didaktik
language
Swedish
id
1321873
date added to LUP
2007-02-08 00:00:00
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2007-02-08 00:00:00
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  abstract     = {Since my experience is that teachers in singing hardly ever talk about when to sing a tone, I have chosen to examine this fact through interviews and earlier research in this matter. The interviewed singing teachers belong to different genres (classical music, pop/rock, jazz and folk music). I asked them to share their thoughts about the word timing, when it comes to music. I also wanted to know if they have any methods when it comes to teaching students to improve their timing. Further on, I have been discussing the results and the literature in order to make clear in what way singing teachers give priority to when a tone is being sung. Main results show that the informants have a lot to say when it comes to timing in music. It seems like they put a lot of importance to the meaning of the word, and that the meaning of the word timing actually changes depending on whom you are asking, and this might be the reason for the methods to differ from each other.},
  author       = {Svensson, Dan},
  keyword      = {timing,sångundervisning,singing,teaching,Musicology,Musikvetenskap,Pedagogy and didactics,Pedagogik, didaktik},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Timing i sångundervisningen},
  year         = {2007},
}