INTERACTION OF TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC PEDAGOGY IN THE CASE OF MUSICAL HERITAGE OF NIŠ AND LESKOVAC REGION

Slobodan Kodela, Igor Nikolić

DOI Number
10.22190/FUVAM1602075K
First page
75
Last page
83

Abstract

The paper points out the necessity and importance of the study and preservation of traditional local vocal practice that finds its way into contemporary music and teaching. Implementation of traditional songs is an important means by which we solve numerous requirements of teaching music. By its application we raise the students and get them to know the traditional way of life, thinking, transmission and preservation of traditional values and specific examples emerged from musical practice. Here are presented the research of not so many authors, who were engaged in collecting, recording and studying folk singing of southeast Serbia, with a focus on the research of traditional songs of Niš and Leskovac area. Also are shown the recent studies (Pamjav et al. 2012; Brown et al. 2014), dealing with the genetic background of people's attitudes toward traditional music. The paper points out the need to preserve authenticity of traditional songs and their performative characteristics (artists of Niš and Leskovac area) but also the need of their application in modified ‘attire’, adjusted and applicable in the music teaching. Application of different genres (children's songs, songs of art music, vocal fragments of instrumental music, etc.) in the process of music education significantly affects the formation of musical taste of pupils/students and contributes to the acquisition of knowledge and skills by applying different forms of work. The essence of the research of traditional music with the use of mentioned educational approaches is introduction to and the preservation of our own musical traditions, and confirmation of the national identity.


Keywords

music pedagogy, traditional singing, solfeggio, textbooks

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