Aesthetics and Pedagogy - Music Ensembles ΙV

 

 

Course Title

Aesthetics and Pedagogy – Music Ensembles IV

Course Code

MUS6132

Type of Course

Mandatory, 5 hours/week (3 theory + 2 workshop)

Course level

Undergraduate

Semester

6th

ECTS Credits

6 (3+3)

Professor (-s)

 

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge of the history, course and evolution of the science of aesthetics.

Comprehension of all techniques of analysis for the determination of aesthetics in the field of music pedagogy, as well as aesthetic perception of performing that determine such qualifications as "paradosiako", "entechno" and "laikotropo", from the 19th century and onwards.

Application of these approaches to the stylistic analysis of the works and activities of educational nature. Classification and definition of the different idioms and types of orchestras.

Analysis of the role of the aesthetic approach of music and music pedagogy and teaching in combination with the social trends and preferences. Analysis and application of the basic matters of artistic expression in relation to the local and the non local in the light of the aesthetics of the performance.

Composition of the frame (historical, philosophical, social, economical) in which various aesthetic models of approach are formed and evolute, as they were expressed through the relative bibliography. Artistic approach of the aesthetics of different performances through time and space.

Evaluation of those data for the expression of the interpretative proposals for the study and interpretation of the pedagogy and teaching of music based on the aesthetics as well as the implementation of music performances based on local idioms.

Teaching Approach

Interactive presentation/lecture that is supported by the analyses of selective texts about aesthetic as it is expressed in the field of music pedagogy and music teaching.

Group performance of musical examples based on improvisation, experimentation and redefinition of traditional groups in the present time. 

Prerequisite Courses

 

Recommended courses in the Curriculum

Aesthetics of Traditional Music – Music Ensembles III
Didactics of the Instrument – Performance VII
Introduction to Ethnomusicology
Greek Discography – Music Ensembles II
Perspectives in the Study of Greek Traditional Music III
Auditory Culture 
Theory of Traditional Music I – Performance I
Theory of Traditional Music II – Performance II

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raditional Orchestras – Music Ensembles I
Makam and Morphology I – Performance V
Makam and Morphology II – Performance VI
Music Cultures around the World
Music Pedagogy II
Modality and Harmonization I – Performance III
Modality and Harmonization II - Performance IV
Dance and Greek Traditional Culture

Course Contect

Theory:  
A) Overview of the history of Aesthetics: the eras and philosophical influences are examined, especially those in which music becomes the spotlight of philosophical thinking.

B) Epistemological foundation of Aesthetic Education 

Workshop:
Emphasis is given to improvised practice, based on traditional or/and modern morphological models. Original adaptations and compositions are encouraged. The pedagogical dimension of the adaptations, orchestrations, and management of group performance is promoted. The problems of aesthetics related to those practices are analyzed.

Recommended Bibliography

Alprerson P.A. (ed.), What is Music? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Music, Haven Publications, New York 1987

Aiello R. Sloboda J. A., Musical perceptions, Oxford University Press, New York 1994

Barthes R., L’obvie et l’obtus, Seuil, Paris 1982

Beardsley M.C., Aesthetics from Classical Greece to the Present: A Short History, MacMillan, New York 1966

Elliott D., Music Matters. A new Philosophy of Music Education, Oxford University Press, New York 1995

Frith S., Performing rites: evaluating popular music, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1996

Middleton R., Voicing the popular: on the subjects of popular music, Routledge, New York 2006

Reimer B., A Philosophy of Music Education. Advancing the Vision, Prentice Hall, New Jersey 2003

Dahlhaus C., Aesthetics of Music, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1982

Hanslick E., The Beautiful in Music, The Liberal Arts Press, New York 1957

Βούλγαρης Ε., Βανταράκης Β., Το αστικό λαϊκό τραγούδι στην Ελλάδα του Μεσοπολέμου. Σμυρναίικα και πειραιώτικα ρεμπέτικα 1922-1940, ΤΛΠΜ, Fagotto, Αθήνα 2006

Τσαρδάκας Α., Το κανονάκι στις 78 στροφές, ΤΛΠΜ, Fagotto, Αθήνα 2008

Τσιαμούλης Χρ., Ερευνίδης Π., Ρωμηοί συνθέτες της Πόλης: 17oς-20oς αι., Δόμος, Αθήνα 1998

Learning Exercises

Home study and analysis of music texts and notes given in class.

Home listening, analysis and study of musical examples from the indicative discography given in class.

Teaching Methods

The lesson is based on a tripartite teaching with the participation of the students in discussions and music performance.

Criteria and Methods of Evaluation

Written examinations at the end of the semester. The understanding of all the matters about the aesthetic analysis (Theory) is evaluated as well as the ability of the performing approach and performance of music from a wide range of modern repertoire with emphasis on composition, orchestration and improvisation (Workshop).

Teaching Language

Greek

 

Aesthetic and pedagogic - Music Ensembles IV

 

Course Title

Aesthetic and pedagogic – Music ensembles IV

Course Code

MUS6132

Type of Course

Mandatory, 5 hours/week (3 theory + 2 workshop)

Course level

Undergraduate

Semester

6th

ECTS Credits

6 (3+3)

Professor (-s)

 

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge of history, course and evolution of the science of aesthetics.

Comprehension of all techniques of analysis for the determination of aesthetic in the field of musical pedagogy, as well as aesthetic perception of performing that determine such qualifications as "paradosiako", "entechno" and "laikotropo", from the 19th century and onwards.

Application of these approaches to the stylistic analysis of the works and activities of educational nature. Classification and definition of the different idioms and types of orchestras.

Analysis of the role of the aesthetic approach of music and music pedagogy and teaching in combination with the social trends and preferences. Analysis and application of the basic matters of artistic expression in relation to the local and the non local in the light of the aesthetics of the performance.

Composition of the frame (historical, philosophical, social, economical) in witch various aesthetic models of approach are formed and evolute, as they were expressed through the relative bibliography. Artistic approach of the aesthetic of different performances through time and space.

Evaluation of those data for the expression of the interpretative proposals for the study and interpretation of the pedagogy and teaching of music based on the aesthetic as well as the implementation of music performances based on local idioms.

Teaching Approach

Interactive presentation/lecture that is supported by the analyses of selective texts about aesthetic as it is expressed in the field of music pedagogy and music teaching.

Group performance of musical examples based on improvisation, experimentation and redefinition of traditional groups in the present time. 

Prerequisite Courses

 

Recommended courses in the Curriculum

Aesthetic of traditional music – Music Ensemble III
Didactics of the instrument – Performance VII
Introduction to Ethnomusicology
Greek discography – Music Ensembles II
Perspectives in the study of Greek traditional music III
Auditory culture
Theory of traditional music I – Music Performance I
Theory of traditional music II – Music Performance II

T
raditional orchestras – Music Ensembles I
Makam and morphology I – Music Performance V
Makam and morphology II – Music Performance VI
Music cultures of the World
Music pedagogy II
Modality and harmonization I – Music Performance III
Modality and harmonization II - Music Performance IV
Dance and Greek traditional culture

Course Contect

Theory:  
A) Overview of the history of the Aesthetic: the eras and philosophical influences are examined, especially those in which music becomes the spotlight of philosophical thinking.

B) Epistemological foundation of Aesthetic Education 

Workshop:
Emphasis is given to improvised practice, based on traditional or/and modern morphological models. Original adaptations and compositions are encouraged. The pedagogical dimension of the adaptations, orchestrations, and management of group performance is promoted. The problems of aesthetics related to those practices are analyzed.

Recommended Bibliography

Alprerson P.A. (ed.), (): What is Music? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Music, Haven Publications, New York 1987

Aiello R. Sloboda J. A., Musical perceptions, Oxford University Press, New York 1994

Barthes R., L’obvie et l’obtus, Seuil, Paris 1982

Beardsley M.C., Aesthetics from Classical Greece to the Present: A Short History, MacMillan, New York 1966

Elliott D., Music Matters. A new Philosophy of Music Education, Oxford University Press, New York 1995

Frith S., Performing rites: evaluating popular music, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1996

Middleton R., Voicing the popular: on the subjects of popular music, Routledge, New York 2006

Reimer B., A Philosophy of Music Education. Advancing the Vision, Prentice Hall, New Jersey 2003

Dahlhaus C., Aesthetics of Music, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1982

Hanslick E., The Beautiful in Music, The Liberal Arts Press, New York 1957

 

Βούλγαρης Ε., Βανταράκης Β., Το αστικό λαϊκό τραγούδι στην Ελλάδα του Μεσοπολέμου. Σμυρναίικα και πειραιώτικα ρεμπέτικα 1922-1940, ΤΛΠΜ, Fagotto, Αθήνα 2006

Τσαρδάκας Α., Το κανονάκι στις 78 στροφές, ΤΛΠΜ, Fagotto, Αθήνα 2008

Τσιαμούλης Χρ., Ερευνίδης Π., Ρωμηοί συνθέτες της Πόλης: 17oς-20oς αι., Δόμος, Αθήνα 1998

Learning exercises

Home study and analysis of music texts and notes given in class.

Home hearing, analysis and study of musical examples from the indicative discography given in class.

Teaching Methods

The lesson is based on a tripartite teaching with the participation of the students in discussions and c performance.

Criteria and Methods of Evaluation

Written examinations at the end of the semester. The understanding of all the matters about the aesthetic analysis (Theory) is evaluated as well as the ability of the performing approach and performance of music from a wide range of modern repertoire with emphasis on composition, orchestration and improvisation (workshop).

Teaching Language

Greek

 

Course Title

Aesthetic and pedagogic – Music ensembles IV

Course Code

MUS6132

Type of Course

Mandatory, 5 hours/week (3 theory + 2 workshop)

Course level

Undergraduate

Semester

6th

ECTS Credits

6 (3+3)

Professor (-s)

 

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge of history, course and evolution of the science of aesthetics.

Comprehension of all techniques of analysis for the determination of aesthetic in the field of musical pedagogy, as well as aesthetic perception of performing that determine such qualifications as "paradosiako", "entechno" and "laikotropo", from the 19th century and onwards.

Application of these approaches to the stylistic analysis of the works and activities of educational nature. Classification and definition of the different idioms and types of orchestras.

Analysis of the role of the aesthetic approach of music and music pedagogy and teaching in combination with the social trends and preferences. Analysis and application of the basic matters of artistic expression in relation to the local and the non local in the light of the aesthetics of the performance.

Composition of the frame (historical, philosophical, social, economical) in witch various aesthetic models of approach are formed and evolute, as they were expressed through the relative bibliography. Artistic approach of the aesthetic of different performances through time and space.

Evaluation of those data for the expression of the interpretative proposals for the study and interpretation of the pedagogy and teaching of music based on the aesthetic as well as the implementation of music performances based on local idioms.

Teaching Approach

Interactive presentation/lecture that is supported by the analyses of selective texts about aesthetic as it is expressed in the field of music pedagogy and music teaching.

Group performance of musical examples based on improvisation, experimentation and redefinition of traditional groups in the present time. 

Prerequisite Courses

 

Recommended courses in the Curriculum

Aesthetic of traditional music – Music Ensemble III
Didactics of the instrument – Performance VII
Introduction to Ethnomusicology
Greek discography – Music Ensembles II
Perspectives in the study of Greek traditional music III
Auditory culture
Theory of traditional music I – Music Performance I
Theory of traditional music II – Music Performance II

T
raditional orchestras – Music Ensembles I
Makam and morphology I – Music Performance V
Makam and morphology II – Music Performance VI
Music cultures of the World
Music pedagogy II
Modality and harmonization I – Music Performance III
Modality and harmonization II - Music Performance IV
Dance and Greek traditional culture

Course Contect

Theory:  
A) Overview of the history of the Aesthetic: the eras and philosophical influences are examined, especially those in which music becomes the spotlight of philosophical thinking.

B) Epistemological foundation of Aesthetic Education 

Workshop:
Emphasis is given to improvised practice, based on traditional or/and modern morphological models. Original adaptations and compositions are encouraged. The pedagogical dimension of the adaptations, orchestrations, and management of group performance is promoted. The problems of aesthetics related to those practices are analyzed.

Recommended Bibliography

Alprerson P.A. (ed.), (): What is Music? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Music, Haven Publications, New York 1987

Aiello R. Sloboda J. A., Musical perceptions, Oxford University Press, New York 1994

Barthes R., L’obvie et l’obtus, Seuil, Paris 1982

Beardsley M.C., Aesthetics from Classical Greece to the Present: A Short History, MacMillan, New York 1966

Elliott D., Music Matters. A new Philosophy of Music Education, Oxford University Press, New York 1995

Frith S., Performing rites: evaluating popular music, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1996

Middleton R., Voicing the popular: on the subjects of popular music, Routledge, New York 2006

Reimer B., A Philosophy of Music Education. Advancing the Vision, Prentice Hall, New Jersey 2003

Dahlhaus C., Aesthetics of Music, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1982

Hanslick E., The Beautiful in Music, The Liberal Arts Press, New York 1957

 

Βούλγαρης Ε., Βανταράκης Β., Το αστικό λαϊκό τραγούδι στην Ελλάδα του Μεσοπολέμου. Σμυρναίικα και πειραιώτικα ρεμπέτικα 1922-1940, ΤΛΠΜ, Fagotto, Αθήνα 2006

Τσαρδάκας Α., Το κανονάκι στις 78 στροφές, ΤΛΠΜ, Fagotto, Αθήνα 2008

Τσιαμούλης Χρ., Ερευνίδης Π., Ρωμηοί συνθέτες της Πόλης: 17oς-20oς αι., Δόμος, Αθήνα 1998

Learning exercises

Home study and analysis of music texts and notes given in class.

Home hearing, analysis and study of musical examples from the indicative discography given in class.

Teaching Methods

The lesson is based on a tripartite teaching with the participation of the students in discussions and music performance.

Criteria and Methods of Evaluation

Written examinations at the end of the semester. The understanding of all the matters about the aesthetic analysis (Theory) is evaluated as well as the ability of the performing approach and performance of music from a wide range of modern repertoire with emphasis on composition, orchestration and improvisation (workshop).

Teaching Language

Greek

 
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