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MUSIC IS MY PASSION - En praktikbaserad studie av musikalisk kompetensutveckling

Hoffman, Monika (2010)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
The purpose of this thesis was to examine the question "How can a professional identity as a musician be developed through musicianship and reflection?" My work is based on an auto-ethnographic study of myself and on my reflections in connextion with my graduation concert, my own thoughts, dialogues with my role models and an interview with my mother Zuzika. The results are linked to relevant literature and personal experience in the field. I have concluded that my professional identity is composed of three parts: the artist, the songwriter and the musician and that the most rewarding learning is the practice itself. The thesis work has taught me a lot about myself and has given me a deeper
understanding of how I became the trinity that I... (More)
The purpose of this thesis was to examine the question "How can a professional identity as a musician be developed through musicianship and reflection?" My work is based on an auto-ethnographic study of myself and on my reflections in connextion with my graduation concert, my own thoughts, dialogues with my role models and an interview with my mother Zuzika. The results are linked to relevant literature and personal experience in the field. I have concluded that my professional identity is composed of three parts: the artist, the songwriter and the musician and that the most rewarding learning is the practice itself. The thesis work has taught me a lot about myself and has given me a deeper
understanding of how I became the trinity that I am today. In this process, the most rewarding learning occurred in the practice, where I had to activate all of my experience and ability to acquire new knowledge. (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med detta arbete var att undersöka frågan ”Hur kan en professionell identitet som musiker utvecklas genom musicerande och reflektion?” Arbetet grundas på en autoetnografisk studie av mig själv och mina reflektioner över min examenskonsert, mina egna tankar, samtal med mina förebilder och en intervju med min mamma Zuzika. Resultaten kopplas till relevant litteratur och egna erfarenheter inom området. Jag har kommit fram till att min professionella identitet består av tre delar: artisten, låtskrivaren och musikern, som alla utvecklas i den praktiska verksamheten. Arbetet med uppsatsen har lärt mig mycket om mig själv och gett mig en djupare förståelse för hur jag har blivit den treenighet jag är idag. I denna process har det mest... (More)
Syftet med detta arbete var att undersöka frågan ”Hur kan en professionell identitet som musiker utvecklas genom musicerande och reflektion?” Arbetet grundas på en autoetnografisk studie av mig själv och mina reflektioner över min examenskonsert, mina egna tankar, samtal med mina förebilder och en intervju med min mamma Zuzika. Resultaten kopplas till relevant litteratur och egna erfarenheter inom området. Jag har kommit fram till att min professionella identitet består av tre delar: artisten, låtskrivaren och musikern, som alla utvecklas i den praktiska verksamheten. Arbetet med uppsatsen har lärt mig mycket om mig själv och gett mig en djupare förståelse för hur jag har blivit den treenighet jag är idag. I denna process har det mest givande lärandet skett i praktiken, där jag var tvungen att aktivera all min erfarenhet och förmåga för att förvärva ny kunskap. (Less)
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Hoffman, Monika
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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identitet, musicerande, reflektion, autoetnografi, förebilder, lärande, praktik, identity, musicianship, reflection, autoethnography, role models, learning, practice
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Swedish
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1833103
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this thesis was to examine the question "How can a professional identity as a musician be developed through musicianship and reflection?" My work is based on an auto-ethnographic study of myself and on my reflections in connextion with my graduation concert, my own thoughts, dialogues with my role models and an interview with my mother Zuzika. The results are linked to relevant literature and personal experience in the field. I have concluded that my professional identity is composed of three parts: the artist, the songwriter and the musician and that the most rewarding learning is the practice itself. The thesis work has taught me a lot about myself and has given me a deeper
understanding of how I became the trinity that I am today. In this process, the most rewarding learning occurred in the practice, where I had to activate all of my experience and ability to acquire new knowledge.},
  author       = {Hoffman, Monika},
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  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {MUSIC IS MY PASSION - En praktikbaserad studie av musikalisk kompetensutveckling},
  year         = {2010},
}