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Medvetandegjord pianoteknik: En kvalitativ studie om vetenskapligt motiverad pianoteknik

Timofeitchik, Allan LU (2021) LIMP32 20202
Malmö Academy of Music
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med detta arbete är att med kvalitativa metoder undersöka vilken inverkan en praktisk omsättning av specifik kunskap rörande hand- och underarmsmuskulaturer, med särskilt fokus på anslaget via lumbricales- och interosseimusklerna, kan ha på pianoelevers musicerande. Med hänsyn till tidigare forskning som belyser att lumbricales- och interosseimusklerna kommer att spela en betydande roll vid tekniskt utmanande repertoar inriktar sig studien på pianoelever vid ett estetiskt program som spelar mer avancerad repertoar. Utifrån tidigare forskning kring lumbricales- och interosseimusklernas anatomi, fysiologi och biomekanik i förhållande till pianospelet redogörs studiens resultat som tyder på att pianoelever genom dessa muskler kan uppnå... (More)
Syftet med detta arbete är att med kvalitativa metoder undersöka vilken inverkan en praktisk omsättning av specifik kunskap rörande hand- och underarmsmuskulaturer, med särskilt fokus på anslaget via lumbricales- och interosseimusklerna, kan ha på pianoelevers musicerande. Med hänsyn till tidigare forskning som belyser att lumbricales- och interosseimusklerna kommer att spela en betydande roll vid tekniskt utmanande repertoar inriktar sig studien på pianoelever vid ett estetiskt program som spelar mer avancerad repertoar. Utifrån tidigare forskning kring lumbricales- och interosseimusklernas anatomi, fysiologi och biomekanik i förhållande till pianospelet redogörs studiens resultat som tyder på att pianoelever genom dessa muskler kan uppnå större kontroll över pianospelet samt åstadkomma ett klangrikare anslag. (Less)
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to, by using qualitative methods, examine the impact that a practical application of specific knowledge concerning the hand and forearm muscles, particularly keystrokes via the lumbrical and interossei muscles, can have at piano students' musical performance. The target group, piano students in an aesthetic program that practiced a somewhat advanced repertoire, was chosen regarding indications in previous research that highlight the importance of lumbrical and interossei muscles in a technically challenging repertoire. Based on previous research on anatomy and physiology of the lumbrical and interossei muscles and biomechanics in relation to playing the piano, the reported results of the study suggest that... (More)
The purpose of this study is to, by using qualitative methods, examine the impact that a practical application of specific knowledge concerning the hand and forearm muscles, particularly keystrokes via the lumbrical and interossei muscles, can have at piano students' musical performance. The target group, piano students in an aesthetic program that practiced a somewhat advanced repertoire, was chosen regarding indications in previous research that highlight the importance of lumbrical and interossei muscles in a technically challenging repertoire. Based on previous research on anatomy and physiology of the lumbrical and interossei muscles and biomechanics in relation to playing the piano, the reported results of the study suggest that these muscles are important for achieving a higher degree of control and beautiful sounds. (Less)
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author
Timofeitchik, Allan LU
supervisor
organization
course
LIMP32 20202
year
type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
subject
keywords
Anatomi, Biomekanik, Fysiologi, Interossei, Lumbricales, Musikpedagogik, Piano, Pianoteknik, Pianoundervisning, Utbildningsvetenskap, Anatomy, Biomechanics, Educational science, Lumbrical, Music education, Physiology, Piano lessons, Piano technique
language
Swedish
id
9039910
date added to LUP
2021-02-26 14:17:00
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2021-04-07 17:03:45
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study is to, by using qualitative methods, examine the impact that a practical application of specific knowledge concerning the hand and forearm muscles, particularly keystrokes via the lumbrical and interossei muscles, can have at piano students' musical performance. The target group, piano students in an aesthetic program that practiced a somewhat advanced repertoire, was chosen regarding indications in previous research that highlight the importance of lumbrical and interossei muscles in a technically challenging repertoire. Based on previous research on anatomy and physiology of the lumbrical and interossei muscles and biomechanics in relation to playing the piano, the reported results of the study suggest that these muscles are important for achieving a higher degree of control and beautiful sounds.},
  author       = {Timofeitchik, Allan},
  keyword      = {Anatomi,Biomekanik,Fysiologi,Interossei,Lumbricales,Musikpedagogik,Piano,Pianoteknik,Pianoundervisning,Utbildningsvetenskap,Anatomy,Biomechanics,Educational science,Lumbrical,Music education,Physiology,Piano lessons,Piano technique},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Medvetandegjord pianoteknik: En kvalitativ studie om vetenskapligt motiverad pianoteknik},
  year         = {2021},
}