COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MUSICAL LANGUAGE WITH STUDENTS OF MUSIC LEARNING HIGH SCHOOL: CLASSICAL MUSIC OR MUSIC OF MOORS AND CHRISTIANS
University of Valencia (SPAIN)
About this paper:
Appears in: ICERI2011 Proceedings
Publication year: 2011
Conference name: 4th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation
Dates: 14-16 November, 2011
Location: Madrid, Spain
Abstract:The main objective of this research was to determine if the Moors and Christians Music is a curricular material suitable for working with music content high school students in the same way as we do with Classical Music. To conduct this study we worked in the same secondary school classroom with different musical elements to also know the importance of festive music in the teaching-learning process and see if it makes learning music content compared to Classical Music. We have used the didactic unit and musical hearing as a means to achieve the objectives.
This essay is part of a global research study of the Music of Moors and Christians as equally valid curricular material as Classical Music for working with music students of Secondary Education. In it, there were five blocks of content (musical sound, musical language, instrumental expression, vocal expression and music and society) with students of Secondary School. We present here, given the brevity of the article, only the work with the block of musical language.
Keywords: Classical music, festera music, musical hearing, didactic unit, secondary school.