MUSICAL CREATIVITY – CONSTITUTIVE ELEMENT OR PRODUCT OF MUSICAL TALENT DEVELOPMENT

Igor Nikolić, Slobodan Kodela

DOI Number
10.22190/FUVAM1602085N
First page
85
Last page
92

Abstract

Bearing in mind various positions of creativity in modern conceptions of giftedness, the study examines the role this phenomenon plays in development and manifesting of musical talent. The complexity of defining musical creativity is indicated by age specifics (i.e. difference between manifesting free musical expression by children and „true“ creativity of adults), but also by attitudes of authors associating creativity exclusively to productive forms of expressing musical talent. The study presents some of the possibilities of evaluating/measuring musical creativity and importance of its encouraging at various ages and various educational contexts. Conclusion is that musical creativity at childhood age may represent a significant indicator of musical talent, but not necessarily a characteristic of talented children. On the other hand, valuable creative musical products can most often be expected only at a later age, as result of years of stimulating talent, developing of musical skills and specific musical-theoretical knowledge. 


Keywords

creativity, musical creativity, giftedness, musical talent, music teaching

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