The Peculiarities of Intonational Approach Realization within the Course of Folk Solfeggio Based on Russian Traditional Culture
Особенности реализации интонационного подхода в курсе фольклорного сольфеджио на примере русской традиционной культуры

Olga V. Pivnitskaya
2019 Musical Art and Education  
The given article touches upon reasonability and perspectivity of the development of intonation approach to the mastering of learning material at folk solfeggio lessons. As is known folk-oriented musical education has a long history in Russia. Meanwhile song folklore has always been an integral part of national and world music culture. During the historical revolution two trends in national ethnomusicology have developed. The first one is studied as a consistent logical system while the second
more » ... ne is connected with the detection of unique features of Russian folk music in different regions. The two main trends can be noted in the basic approaches to the mastering of folk singing and they are designated as authentic and scenic. Within the frameworks of the authentic trend there are two independent trends specific for folk singing. The first one implies the mastering of folk singing without in-depth study of one or several regional trends and the second one is aimed at studying of any specific folk-song tradition by students. The conducted analysis gives ground to extract two basic trends that have developed in musical education pedagogy where the first one takes folk-song examples as solfeggio materials and the second one studies folk songs as independent artistic value in folk-song material rendering. Minding the fact that the main goal of folk solfeggio is to develop ethnical hearing and ethnical intonation, learning material should mind different approaches to its mastering. So the learning material aimed at mastering of Russian song material within the scenic trend should include song examples mainly as invariants while for the authentic one there should mainly be the examples with a variative component.
doi:10.31862/2309-1428-2019-7-1-120-131 fatcat:b2m6v7ncwbcx7mkn7kh6c4qa7e