Review of Artistic Education

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No. 20, 2020

4. the Place of Visual Art in the Development of Critical Dimensions of Thinking
1.IntroductionIt is generally accepted that critical thinking and the development of the required necessary skill represent a broadly accepted educational goal. The definitions of critical thinking are often challenged, but competing definitions can...
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11. "Seeing Is Believing": The Importance of Visual Factors in Music Performance Assessment
1. IntroductionArtistic experience and research have shown that the way musical performance is presented to evaluators tends to significantly influence assessment scores. Most educational or professional assessments of music performance are made in relation...
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10. the Critical Role of Art Education in Community Building as Viewed by Art Teachers. a Qualitative Study
1. IntroductionAs the laws in force and the instruments for the external assessment of educational units, Children Centres and Club are not presented as distinct units, these being assessed with the help of instruments for middle school or high school...
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5. the Innovative Praxeology: Suggestions for Implementing in Artistic Education
1. IntroductionThe lasting study of practice in the artistic education in the Republic of Moldova proves us quite convincingly that between the artistic theory and praxeology there is a significant discrepancy, which negatively influences the management...
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2. Development of Artistic Creativity in Students by Studying and Applying Ornamental Motives in the Textile Art Course
1. IntroductionOrnamentation in general, and the popular (traditional and contemporary), in particular, includes three basic components: the item, the motif and ornamental composition.* The ornamental element is the simplest (elementary) part of an ornament.*...
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2. Choosing the Teaching Career by Students in the Arts
1. PreliminariesThe arts are a field that allows easier than any other holistic formation and education of the pupil: mind, feeling, power of action, spirit. Thus, the art teachers have not only the responsibility of transmitting the knowledge to their...
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1. Features of Some Cultures of the Ceramics of the Early Hallstatt Complex with Incised and Engraved Ceramics on the Territory of Romania
1.IntroductionIn the entire Iron Age203, agriculture becomes more and more intense (by the generalization of the usage of iron tools, of the plough with an iron coulter), and grazing sheep is now a basic occupation which bought wealth. Still, step by...
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9. the Critical Role of Art Education in Community Building as Viewed by Art Teachers. a Qualitative Study
1. IntroductionIn the scientific literature as well as in the collective thinking is posited the idea of the artist as an egocentric, self-sufficient individual. From this standpoint, art is believed to be neutral, created for aesthetic reasons to be...
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4. Musical Skills in the Artistic Knowledge Process
1. IntroductionThe specificity of the musical acquisition, as integrated part of the artistic-aesthetic acquisition, consists in re-creating the object of learning (the message of the musical creation) and its deep affective feeling, so, it is mainly...
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6. Early Musical Education as a Premise for the Development of the Child's Upright Personality
1. IntroductionEarly education, as a first step of training for formal education, ensures the child's entrance into the mandatory education system (around the age of 6-7 years), by building the capacity to learn. Investment in early education is the...
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6. Urban Development of University Campus and Quality Aspects of Artistic Education: A Case Study of Peja
1. IntroductionKosovo after the 1999 conflict was in a social, economic and environmental disadvantage. The creation of peace and stability depended on many actors such as UNMIK, whose mission was to achieve the overall goal of providing security and...
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3. the Graphic Communication Actor: Generating Visual Rhetoric for Development Initiatives
1. IntroductionGlobally, graphic language is often employed to share prime messages and supporting information of development programmes. This is hinged on the necessity to inform, mobilize, and persuade target audience to actively participate in development...
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12. the Purpose of Empathy Formation and Its Role in the Development of Modern Teachers from Primary Classes
1. IntroductionThe contemporary society, in which man is the main driving force of technology, predisposes to outline of beings who are on the verge of feeling and inner life.This risk can also be spread in other spheres, where the function of the job...
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3. the Role of Arts in School Education
1.IntroductionArt is important because it is an essential component of human culture, heritage and creativity, summing up ways to know, present, represent, interpret and symbolize human experience. Contact with art with art requires the ability to ask,...
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8. Training of Artistic Skills of the Music Teacher
1. IntroductionDesigning a lesson represents the operation of identifying and marking sequences that unfold throughout a school course. The document ordering the moments (events) of a lesson have a regulatory nature and bear on a case by case basis the...
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5. Quality Aspects of Product Design in Artistic Education
1. IntroductionThe University of Prishtina "Hasan Prishtina" is the biggest higher education institution in Kosovo, which ever since its foundation has held the main burden of education and the development of the Kosovar society. If in the past the University...
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7. Training of Artistic Skills of the Music Teacher
Creative movement is a sign of being perfect Berdyaev N.A.1. IntroductionIn the modern didactics, the development of students' artistic and creative skills is one of the most important issues of education and of training the professional competences...
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7. the Burke's Pentad Heuristic: Potentiality for Creative Idea Generation in Graphic Communication Design
1. IntroductionThe generation of creative ideas is indispensable for innovation and growth of material culture and human development in every society. Edexcel Limited (2009:1), succinctly expressed this thus: "Ideas and concepts are the core of all creative...
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1. Methods of Individual Creativity Stimulation
1. An initial model of interpersonal communicationIn the present paper we want to explore and analyze the essential components and processes that underlie dyadic (between two people) interaction skills. In this way, we will rely on a conceptual model...
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No. 19, 2020

1. Period Influence on the Work of Johann Sebastian Bach
1.IntroductionThe compositional heritage of one of the greatest masters of musical tones has attracted the attention of the professional and secular public since the triumphant re-introduction of St Matthew Passion by Felix MendelssohnBartholdy on Good...
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17. the Level of Musical Competency Training: A Comparative Study of Full-Time and Distance Students
1.IntroductionOver the past decades, Europe has implemented the competency-based learning system, which aims to develop the abilities of the youth in ways that will subsequently help them to perform well in their professions. This system is devised so...
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9. Personal Conception on the Way of Interpreting the Area from Act I of the Opera la Bohéma - Si, Mi Chiamano Mimì by Giacomo Puccini
1.IntroductionThe general linguistic terms of an aria are:- the tempo - andante lento (the quarter = 40)- the indication of expression - con semplicita- the measure - 2/4, 4/4 respectively- the dynamics - ppp^ff- the rhythmic formulas used imply both...
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18. Technical and Interpretive Considerations in the Third Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 45 by Edvard Grieg
In the context of the numerous transformations that took place economically, politically and culturally in the late Romantic era, Edvard Grieg's creation is revealed under an original aura, full of freshness, impregnated by the Norwegian folklore. Considered...
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13. the Systematic of the Characters from the Opera a Stormy Night by Paul Constantinescu
1.IntroductionIn the years of the birth of Oedip tragedy, the Romanian musical theatre launches its first lyrical original comedy, setting up the buffa genre through the Opera A Stormy Night. The distinct notes of the two creators are related to the...
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3. Quo Vadis the Contemporary Music Criticism? (the First International Workshop of Journalism in Kalv, Sweden. Reflection, Orientation, Persuasion)
1.IntroductionOn the 8th to 11th of August 2019, the picturesque small village of Kalv, in a remote area in south west Sweden, hosted the 16th edition of a Festival for Contemporary Music. The Kalv Festival is among the oldest and probably the most important...
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1. Historical Evolution of Adagio (Analysis of the Choreographic Concept)
1.IntroductionThis study is rather a brief incursion into the fascinating world of choreography, rather than of classical dance, in order to expose part of the subtilities of the adagio construction. The actuality of the theme is emphasized by all the...
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12. the Methodology of Music Education Lesson Completeness by Means of the Vocal-Choral Singing Dominant Activity
1.IntroductionThe concept of activity in the sciences of education is treated as a form of expression of the individual integrated in everything that surrounds him. In philosophy, the concept of activity determines the specificity of human life, the...
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8. Gioachino Rossini, Voice Assemblies in the Opera Il Barbiere Di Siviglia
1. IntroductionEven though it was written in record time (two weeks), this masterpiece reflects the real atmosphere of a buffe opera, felt even by Rossini himself, as we notice from a letter addressed to Paganini: "I have rarely amused myself than when...
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3. Essential Aspects in the Creation of Means of Scenic Expressivity Specific to the Puppet Show
1. IntroductionThe term of expressivity represents a quality due to which the artist can transmit states or emotions. By means of the artistic language the state, emotion acquires expression and the means of transmission becomes expressive. In Comentarii...
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16. Trumpet and Orchestra Concert in D Major by Georg Philipp Telemann in Interpretation Vision of Wynton Marsalis and Rafael Méndez
1. IntroductionTwo giants of the trumpet are Wynton Marsalis and Rafael Méndez. Wynton Marsalis, born in 1961, is a musical jazz director within the Lincoln centre, New York. Marsalis has won his reputation for his interpretations in the jazz repertoire...
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10. Comparative Interpretative Analysis of David Mancini's Work Suite for Solo Drumset and Percussion Ensemble
1. IntroductionThe endless possibilities of expression that jazz has developed over the last hundred years could not only influence the composers, but also the performers who have dedicated themselves to the fascinating and complex field of percussion....
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4. THE ENESCIAN PIANISTIC NOTES AND COMMENTARIES (2St Part)
1. IntroductionGeorge Enesco is a musician of the synthesis between national and universal, where the journey of the Classics, Romantics, Impressionists, Expressionists and of modernist audacities finds a suitable place for secrets, mysteries, confessions...
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15. STYLISTIC-INTERPRETATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE CREATION FOR GUITAR SOLO BY HEITOR VILLA LOBOS (Preludes No. 1-4)
1.Stylistic-Interpretative Analysis of Prelude no. 1The melody of this prelude represents a contrasting portrait of Brazil and its musical culture, with a melancholic, penetrating and quite sad nature. Together with this sadness, there is also sure optimism,...
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6. Teaching Strategies Employed to Approach a Postmodern Opus. Recital I (for Cathy) by Luciano Berio
1.ArgumentOur study aims at suggesting some teaching strategies in approaching a postmodern opus with reference to Luciano Berio's Recital I (for Cathy), ranging from the very conception of the organization of the scientific approach (general approach...
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5. the Evaluation between Partial and Impartial Attitude
1. IntroductionInsufficiently researched process, didactic evaluation is generally carried out on an intuitive basis or from one's own experiences gained as a student. The first researches in the field were undertaken by the French psychologist Henri...
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14. Nicolette Choral Piece by Maurice Ravel. Analysis and Interpretative Concept
1.IntroductionIn all areas of art one searches with the fervour specific to great moment in the history of human culture, the exit from the dead end that art had been brought to by the Romanticism satiated with excesses. The faction between routine and...
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11. the Vocal-Chamber Music Recital – Theoretical and Practical Aspects of an Interdisciplinary Approach
1.IntroductionAn interdisciplinary approach to the lied recital starts/sprouts, in our opinion, from the double existence of the lied, as a musical and/or artistic work, and as a type of performance and cultural appurtenance. The dual nature of the lied...
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2. Achieving Harmony through Music: A Comparison between Ancient Greek and Chinese Thought
1.IntroductionWhat does the term "quality education" mean for us? Modern societies share the view that the education system has to fulfill some strongly related functions: to help individuals to develop their powers and capacities in a harmonious manner,...
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2. Motility in Sport-Artistic Activities – a Social Phenomenon
1. General frameworkThe social phenomenon includes a suite of social facts or, following the formulation of Emile Durkheim, a set of social facts, such as legal and moral norms, habit, language, behavioral rules, religious precepts and so on. The distinction...
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7. Echoes of Romanticism in Violin and Piano Sonata No. 2, Op. 45 by Marcel Mihalovici - Analytical Landmarks for an Upscale Interpretation
1. IntroductionThe evolutional paradigms of the genre of violin and piano sonata in the Romanian composition creation in the first half of the 20th century, elucidating the tendency of Romanian composers in "incessantly consolidating, in most varied...
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No. 13/14, 2017

2. Empathy and Communication through Art
1. Emotional feelings and empathyEmpathy, being a component of emotional intelligence domain, is the cornerstone of any attempt to optimize psychological self-awareness and relationships with others. Without empathy world would be a dull world, a place...
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6. Strategies for Modelling the Educational Process from the Perspective of Internal Resources Stimulation of the Child
1.IntroductionIn today's society when life accelerates the pace, we are forced to comply with the outside world rather than focus on our inner world. This is due to the lack of ability to solve problems, to make choices based on a conscious effort to...
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1. Emotional Development through Art Expressions
1.IntroductionDefining the personality we always fiind that affective dimension is one of the most important in its structure. Affective dimention gives us depth, sensitivity and adaptative ability. Emotional development starts from early ages, when...
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4. Physical Exercise in Highlighting the Professional Artistic Activities
1.IntroductionThe employees who give the best performance at work, who put heart and soul into what they do, are the employees who have a good psycho-physical balance. A good manager will conduct a market research regarding the development of the efficiency...
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3. Industrial Design and Contextualism: The Applied Arts Constituent/ Curriculum Imperatives in Design Practice and Education
1.IntroductionWhat has come to us today to be known as the profession/discipline of industrial design began with the "spark" that was triggered off by the monotony of form and aesthetics of mass produced goods during the industrial revolution of the...
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3. Mad Scenes: A Warning against Overwhelming Passions
1.Madness in poetry, drama, and musicThe performance of madness, fury, or delusion has a strong tradition in lyric poetry, tragedy, comedy, and in musical theater. Since antiquity, many poets, authors and playwright included in their works mad scenes;...
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11. Modern Teaching Methods in Creative Workshop Fashion Design Courses
1.IntroductionThe Bologna Process triggered a reformation in the higher education system and with it, a greater mobility for both professors and students. The content of this article is focused on presenting some of the contemporary teaching methods...
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1. Creative Approaches to Personal Development
1. ArgumentsThe rather shy approaches on structuring coherent didactic strategies focusing on "personal development" have determined us to plea for a transdisciplinary approach that is (in our opinion) the only way to come to an efficient impact. Theatre...
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8. the Development of Music-Pedagogical Education of Ukraine in the 60's-70-Ies of the XX Century
1.IntroductionFull-fledged participation of Ukraine in the Bologna process, which is aimed at creating of a common European educational space, has resulted in solving of a number of problems both at theoretical and practical levels. Deep understanding...
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3. Proposals regarding the Work Strategies in Plastic Visual Activities. the Professor as a Visual Art Mediator
1. IntroductionArt mediation dialogue facilitated by the teacher must be done from the level fo the students/youth that the teacher interacts with and taking into consideratin the fact that he/she is working with an ignorant public, but in training....
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5. the Basic Princinples of the Working Process from Nature and the Role of Composition in Creating Landscape in Terms of Plein-Air
(ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.)1.IntroductionPlein-air (from fr. plein air, literally - open air) represents a painting term that means rendering in picture of the full range of rich color changes caused by the action of sunlight and...
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4. Knowledge and Valorisation of the Plastic Language and of the Folk Decorative Motifs in the Artistic Education Study Process
1.IntroductionCognition and valorisation of the fine arts language elements and folk decorative ornaments has preoccupied the following authors: C.Ailincäi, L.Blaga, S.Ciubotaru and LCiubotam, I.Daghi, Z.Dumitrescu, N.Dunäre, H.Focillion, I. Frunzetti...
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1. Necklaces and Pendants of the Metal Age on the Territory of Romania
1. IntroductionComposed of the Bronze Age and Iron Age, the entire Metal Age is the period during which the first signs of a statal-urban revolution appeared, and stone tools are replaced with those of metal (a process started at the end of Eneolithic)....
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8. Positioning Arts in the Curriculum: Possible Discrepancies and What They Signify
1.IntroductionArts are a relevant part of European mainstream education, and they are included in the core curriculum of most types of schools on the continent. At least, this is what the Eurydice Report: Arts and Cultural Education at School in Europe...
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5. Theater Dance Atelier
1. IntroductionOne can perceive a gesture from an over-all perspective, making it difficult for both the performer as well as the audience to distinguish subtle elements, milestones and essential details that support its expressive value. Each individual,...
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2. the Concept of "Modelarium" and Its Impact on Creativity and Artistic Education
1. IntroductionStudents and Teachers are an epic symbiosis in process of direct learning and academic advancement. What is the essence of this interaction? Surely, it is not a question with a simple answer. Nowadays, this interaction is more bonded and...
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10. Creativity and Innovation in Visual Arts through Form and Space Having Symbolic Value
1.IntroductionThe diminution of the emotional emulation of the society has had significant consequences in the new globalization context occurring in the internet era. A particular form of "autism" has subjugated the society at the beginning of the 21st...
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11. Great Contemporary Pianists in Interpretative Dialogue: Alfred Brendel and Murray Perahia
1. IntroductionBoth the lovers of classical music and specialists have access today to reference interpretations with great contemporary pianists through the large number of CDs, DVDs and Internet websites that have appeared over the past years. The...
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8. Industrial Design: The Roles and Factors of Aesthetics, Modeling, Styling, Product Brand and Branding in Design/design Education
1.IntroductionThe industrial design enterprise and profession has come a long way since the second half of the 19th century. The pioneers of the profession never envisaged that the discipline will single handedly help change the face of our world, the...
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3. the Puppet -the Actor: Parallel Mirrors
1.IntroductionUp until now, the definitions given to the puppet describe it as an object created or processed - before or even during the performance - that the puppeteer endows with "a soul and identity to become a form of communication" (Ciobotaru...
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1. the Laws of Musical Art as a Resource for the Early Education Methodology
1. IntroductionThe approach of the music laws from the early musical education perspective comes to bind together the efforts of parents, educators and musical masters in the process of musical training of the children. As the development of the child...
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4. Kazeem Olojo: A Professional Painter and an Art Instructor Universal Studios of Art, Lagos, Nigeria
1.IntroductionThe importance of schools and workshops in Nigeria has helped to the development of art in the society for many years now. Many cities in Nigeria cannot do without the activities of very talented roadside artists who distinguished themselves...
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2. Medea. a Mother - Creation Laboratory 30
1. IntroductionWhat is Theatre? This is the question Peter Brook proposed his collaborators to ask themselves before every rehearsal. And he obviously began this "exercise" with himself. Was it an overstatement? Or was it more like a spiritual yet pragmatic...
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7. Universal Studios of Art: Professionalization and Contributions to Art Education in Nigeria
1.IntroductionArt creativity remains an integral function of an artist in a school, workshop or studios. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Europe, an amateur artist working under the apprenticeship system for a master in workshops and schools...
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7. Professor of Art Paradigms: Theoretical and Applied Approaches
1.IntroductionWe aimed to study the activity of the educational and training of the practitioner from the viewpoint of several positions that have significant importance especially as concerns the implementation of the innovative praxeology and namely...
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6. Requiem by Karl Jenkins. an Analytical Approach to the Interweaving of Various Traditions in Music
1.IntroductionThe discussion on the universalist musician Karl Jenkins, a clear supporter of the famous contemporary direction World Music, first of all entails some clarifications regarding the classification of a personality of many talents in the...
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5. Study of Arts Teachers' Vision on Supporting "Artistic Talent"
1.Defining the artistic talent in theoretical models of understanding giftednessThe relevance of the theoretical models starts with their usefulness to science and society, usefulness that they prove to have in time. Some theoretical models of understanding...
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6. Some Methodology Aspects regarding the Organic Deposits Removal Interventions in the Prothesis of the Church of Dragomirna Monastery
1.Introduction. General informationThe monastery of Dragomirna is a monastic complex located 12 km from the city of Suceava, in the village of Mitocul Dragomirnei of the homonymous commune. The monastery is registered in the Heritage List (Lista Monumentelor...
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7. Grounds of Absolute Pitch Development in Yamaha Music School
1.IntroductionIn the context of Western tonal musical space, absolute pitch has impressed musicians and researchers alike, due to its scarcity but also to its spectacular applications. It refers to the unique capacity of recognizing and naming the pitch...
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4. Promoting Development and Change: Civil Disobedience in the Legal-Political Thinking and the Musical Field
1. IntroductionIt is well known that artists and musicians may express their political thought choosing a specific subject for their art works, and innovative artistic forms to express this thought. Nevertheless, considering the connection between musical...
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9. a Research of the Musical Education at George Breazul and Dmitri Borisovich Kabalevski
1.IntroductionFrom ancient times until today there have been concerns for education, which has a particular or public, religious or secular character, proving the preoccupation for the moral health and existence of each people. The musical educational...
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5. Transdisciplinary Dimensions of Music Education: Terminological and Conceptual Approaches
"As we are at the moment of intelligence revolution, it is necessary to understand that transdisciplinarity helps to discover the poetic dimension of the existence, being situated beyond other disciplines. It is worth pointing to the fact that this term...
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2. Systematical Approach of Integrality of Musical Didactical Activity through the Dramaturgy at Musical Education Lesson
1. IntroductionStudying school objects, you may learn all the information but just a little may remain I human soul. In musical art, you may memory just that information that fascinate our soul. The real perception of musical art through different activities,...
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