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Klassiska violinister möter folkmusik- fokus på fotstamp och rytm

Frisk, Mikael (2006)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
In this work I have examined how two violin students, who are used to the classical music tradition, think when they learn to play Swedish folk music, with focus on rhythm and beating the time with their feet. One of the students is studying on her first year to be a classical violin teacher and the other student is studying on her third year to be a classical musician, both are studying at Malmö Academy of Music. I had three lessons, one hour each, with these two students where I taught them some basics in how to play Swedish folk music. After the last lesson I interviewed the two students. I have done interviews with two teachers at Malmö Academy of Music; Wieslawa Szymczynska and Mats Edén. I have also done a literature examination to... (More)
In this work I have examined how two violin students, who are used to the classical music tradition, think when they learn to play Swedish folk music, with focus on rhythm and beating the time with their feet. One of the students is studying on her first year to be a classical violin teacher and the other student is studying on her third year to be a classical musician, both are studying at Malmö Academy of Music. I had three lessons, one hour each, with these two students where I taught them some basics in how to play Swedish folk music. After the last lesson I interviewed the two students. I have done interviews with two teachers at Malmö Academy of Music; Wieslawa Szymczynska and Mats Edén. I have also done a literature examination to get a picture of the way the two genres relate to the rhythm. My study and interview with the two students gave a similar result, especially how they related to the time beating with their feet. (Less)
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author
Frisk, Mikael
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type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
rhythm, rytm, folk music, folkmusik, classical music, klassisk musik, violin, notation, Musicology, Musikvetenskap, Pedagogy and didactics, Pedagogik, didaktik
language
Swedish
id
1321976
date added to LUP
2007-02-19
date last changed
2007-02-19
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  abstract     = {In this work I have examined how two violin students, who are used to the classical music tradition, think when they learn to play Swedish folk music, with focus on rhythm and beating the time with their feet. One of the students is studying on her first year to be a classical violin teacher and the other student is studying on her third year to be a classical musician, both are studying at Malmö Academy of Music. I had three lessons, one hour each, with these two students where I taught them some basics in how to play Swedish folk music. After the last lesson I interviewed the two students. I have done interviews with two teachers at Malmö Academy of Music; Wieslawa Szymczynska and Mats Edén. I have also done a literature examination to get a picture of the way the two genres relate to the rhythm. My study and interview with the two students gave a similar result, especially how they related to the time beating with their feet.},
  author       = {Frisk, Mikael},
  keyword      = {rhythm,rytm,folk music,folkmusik,classical music,klassisk musik,violin,notation,Musicology,Musikvetenskap,Pedagogy and didactics,Pedagogik, didaktik},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Klassiska violinister möter folkmusik- fokus på fotstamp och rytm},
  year         = {2006},
}