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Några elevers uppfattning om den egna musikaliska utvecklingen av att spela brasiliansk musik - en studie under 6 veckor

Berlin Englund, Per (2011)
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract
A selected group of students' perception of their own musical development in playing Brazilian music. - A study for 6 weeks.
How does swedish secondary school students develope their musical and rythmical skills when playing brazilian music during a period of six weeks? I will in this thesis explore the students' own thoughts about their musical development. I will also talk about the ability of using Brazilian music as a method of learning more complex rythmic structures, andcompare the use of learning music by ear versus learning music by notation. In the results, the reader can learn about the students’ progress and how they further develope their musical and rhytmical abilities. As a conclusion the reader can see that in this specific... (More)
A selected group of students' perception of their own musical development in playing Brazilian music. - A study for 6 weeks.
How does swedish secondary school students develope their musical and rythmical skills when playing brazilian music during a period of six weeks? I will in this thesis explore the students' own thoughts about their musical development. I will also talk about the ability of using Brazilian music as a method of learning more complex rythmic structures, andcompare the use of learning music by ear versus learning music by notation. In the results, the reader can learn about the students’ progress and how they further develope their musical and rhytmical abilities. As a conclusion the reader can see that in this specific
case, the students’ answers confirm the expectations I had going in to this project. The students’ own personal experience is that they after the six weeks felt an improvement in their musical and rhythmical ability, although lacking the proper tools to further analyze their experience. In the future I believe further research can give us more general results showing that Brazilian music can work as an educational tool when it comes to teaching music and rhytm. (Less)
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med detta arbete är att besvara frågan: Hur tycker musikelever på gymnasiet att de utvecklats musikaliskt/rytmiskt av att spela brasiliansk musik under en begränsad period av sex veckor? I detta arbete vill jag således ta reda på hur eleverna tänker och reflekterar
över deras musikaliska utveckling och lärande, jag vill också se om man kan använda brasiliansk musik som metod för att lära eleverna mer komplexa rytmiska strukturer så som synkoper. I sammanhanget bli det också intressant att jämföra gehörsbaserat lärande med lärande baserat på notation. Jag använder mig utav kvalitativ forskning där enkäter
ligger som underlag för datainsamling. I resultat och diskussion analyserar jag resultatet av studien, som i detta specifika... (More)
Syftet med detta arbete är att besvara frågan: Hur tycker musikelever på gymnasiet att de utvecklats musikaliskt/rytmiskt av att spela brasiliansk musik under en begränsad period av sex veckor? I detta arbete vill jag således ta reda på hur eleverna tänker och reflekterar
över deras musikaliska utveckling och lärande, jag vill också se om man kan använda brasiliansk musik som metod för att lära eleverna mer komplexa rytmiska strukturer så som synkoper. I sammanhanget bli det också intressant att jämföra gehörsbaserat lärande med lärande baserat på notation. Jag använder mig utav kvalitativ forskning där enkäter
ligger som underlag för datainsamling. I resultat och diskussion analyserar jag resultatet av studien, som i detta specifika fall visar att eleverna tycker sig ha utvecklats både rytmiskt och musikaliskt. Vidare ser jag i framtiden möjligheter för ytterligare forskning
för att då undersöka om det går att finna en mer generell slutsats kring elevers musikaliska utveckling av att spela brasiliansk musik. (Less)
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author
Berlin Englund, Per
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organization
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Brazil, music, samba, musical development, learning, learning by ear, notation, Brasilien, musik, musikalisk utveckling, lärande, gehör
language
Swedish
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2338604
date added to LUP
2012-02-05 22:09:11
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2012-02-05 22:09:11
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  abstract     = {A selected group of students' perception of their own musical development in playing Brazilian music. - A study for 6 weeks.
How does swedish secondary school students develope their musical and rythmical skills when playing brazilian music during a period of six weeks? I will in this thesis explore the students' own thoughts about their musical development. I will also talk about the ability of using Brazilian music as a method of learning more complex rythmic structures, andcompare the use of learning music by ear versus learning music by notation. In the results, the reader can learn about the students’ progress and how they further develope their musical and rhytmical abilities. As a conclusion the reader can see that in this specific
case, the students’ answers confirm the expectations I had going in to this project. The students’ own personal experience is that they after the six weeks felt an improvement in their musical and rhythmical ability, although lacking the proper tools to further analyze their experience. In the future I believe further research can give us more general results showing that Brazilian music can work as an educational tool when it comes to teaching music and rhytm.},
  author       = {Berlin Englund, Per},
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  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Några elevers uppfattning om den egna musikaliska utvecklingen av att spela brasiliansk musik - en studie under 6 veckor},
  year         = {2011},
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