PIANO ENSEMBLES FOR CHILDREN FOR DEVELOPING PERFORMING SKILLS AND CREATIVE THINKING (ON THE EXAMPLE OF MUSIC BY ST. PETERSBURG COMPOSERS)
Published: 27 Aug 2015
Abstract: The article discusses the theoretical and psychological problems of Ensemble Performance in the context of the "dialogue". Piano ensemble works by St. Petersburg composers are in the light of the stylistic and compositional innovations of the XX century. The program music as a factor in the expansion of figurative sphere in child psychology, the formation of the performing skills through making music together: the flexibility of intonation, a variety of nuances with the wide use of timbral possibilities of piano ensemble, samples of tone and atonal music. The article presents the ensemble pieces for children composers by Belov, A.Smelkov, S.Banevich.
Keywords: ensemble, performance, dialogue, composers, stylistic, innovations, intonation, child, psychology, creative, thinking
Cite this article: Tatiana Samsonova. PIANO ENSEMBLES FOR CHILDREN FOR DEVELOPING PERFORMING SKILLS AND CREATIVE THINKING (ON THE EXAMPLE OF MUSIC BY ST. PETERSBURG COMPOSERS). Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 13, 527-531 (2015). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000960/
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