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Title: 舞踊教室における幼児指導の現状 : 音楽の使用に関する一考察
Other Titles: A study of how to use music in a dance class for children
Authors: 今村, 文
稲毛, 博美
Imamura, Fumi
Inage, Hiromi
イマムラ, フミ
イナゲ, ヒロミ
Keywords: dance
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Abstract: 【1. Purpose】In recent years, modern dancing has tended to interact with other art fields. The interaction with music has been particularly close and fruitful. For dance education, it is important to develop the basic ways in which children can be made sensitive to music. This study focuses on childhood, and researches the relation between dancing and music in an actual class taught by a dancer. 【2. Method】Target: The children's dance class 1) Completion of the questionnaire by the teacher 2) Measurement of music use time in class 3) Analysis of the video of the class 【3. Results and Analysis】The rate of music use time in class showed high numerical value and CD and cassette use is evident. In addition, frequent use of voice (the teacher also sang) was also considered to be music. In this study, no significant difference was seen between individual teachers' teaching methods. However, individual preferences were noticed in music selection. Each teacher use a wide range of music and strives to develop a feeling of rhythm by being put in the rhythm of the music and giving an enjoyable class. Students' movements were strongly influenced not only the rhythm of the recorded music but also the teacher's counting. 【4.Postscript】Songs sung by the teacher can communicate her breathing pattern. The merger point of music and dance can be found here. And, all dancing is influenced by this point, not only children's. The dance teacher must use both live vocal and recorded music with a sense of purpose.
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