Διδακτικές προσεγγίσεις για την Ελληνική Παραδοσιακή Μουσική

Type Συνεδρία (Session)
Start 1 year ago ( Saturday, 16 April 2022, 09:00 )
Duration 01:30:00
Chair Βερβέρης Αντώνης
Code Σ7
room Αίθουσα Δ
Χριστίνα-Ανθή Χαρισίδου

Understanding oral learning in the teaching of the pear-shaped lyre in modern educational contexts: Macedonian lyre, a case study.

According to Rice (1994), engaging in traditional music is synonymous with interaction through social and cognitive processes. A precondition, of course, is for the individual to experience the tradition through his participation and personal interaction. Given that traditional instruments are inextricably linked to the society of the time, as they reflect the social and cultural context, while... Read More

orality, teaching practices, informal music learning

Ιωάννης Αθανασίου, Παναγιούλα Καρέτσου, Πασσιάς Ελευθέριος

The course "Greek Traditional Music" in greek music schools: a first overview of the field and the use of the Melos as an alternative theoretical system

The course "Greek Traditional Music" is taught compulsorily in all classes of high school and lyceum of music schools in Greece.  According to the current Curriculum (203617 / Δ2 / 2015 - Government Gazette 2858 / Β / 28-12-2015), the main goal of the course is the contact of students with both Byzantine - monophonic church music (or chanting  according to the descriptions in the musi... Read More

Greek Folk and Traditional Music, music schools, Melos, Greek demotic music

Βερβέρης Αντώνης

Orality, enculturation and the teaching of traditional music in settings of formal and informal music education: The case of a contemporary folk instrumentlist in Lesvos

As a subject of study, the teaching of traditional instruments has attracted the interest of many Greek researchers, mainly after the official introduction of their teaching in Music Secondary Schools in 1988, and -later- in higher education institutions. Most of them have focused on the methodological problems that arose from the incorporation of oral traditions in the context of formal m... Read More

Traditional music, enculturation, orality, informal forms of music learning

Πασσιάς Ελευθέριος

Music Syntagmata - a new educational tool for hellenic modal system

Music Syntagmata are found in the references of Aristotel’s “Politica”, in pseudo-Ploutarchos and in references for the theory and systematization of ancient greek music. They are cited as systems of studying modes. It is about a theoretical and practical system the foundation of which is Hellenic Harmonic Science, as it was introduced by Aristoxenos of Tarantum the Musician and the later music... Read More

Music Syntagmata, Hellenic Harmonic Science, Modal system

Σιάσος Σπύρος

Attitudes and perceptions of students about the use of the Study "The Cycles with their Trails" in the tampouras lesson at the Music School of Ilion.

This work refers to the teaching of the tampouras lesson in Music Schools. In particular, it reflects the effort to integrate the tampouras lesson into the here and now, that is to connect the teaching material with the daily life of the school and consequently of the students.

This connection is fully harmonized with the functional use of the folk song during the period of its creation i... Read More

Music Schools, tampouras, folk song, Greek traditional music