In this paper, we'll try to give some suggestions about the role of Music at school (primary and secondary school) as an instrument to affect the social environment and to boost up cognitive and relational skills. Speaking of Music also means taking into consideration variable types of cultural and social. The sound context is closely related to the environment in which it develops, to the society that produces it, to the meaning it occupies within a message that it can go far beyond the simple musical stylistic content. Those who work in the field of education and training have the task of understanding the important changes that hyper-modernity has also produced in the musical field and, more generally, sound: our way to listen, to deal with the material we listen to, to relate to the sound imprint of a specific culture and society is changing along with the tools and possibilities that technology, in an almost frantic manner, offers us. Governing the change, formal to a conscious use of the tools of the ongoing change: this can become the personal and educational goal of every trainer, the key to once for teaching that, illuminated by the models of the past, can guarantee a level of significant current affairs through which to confirm its unquestionable importance within the development path of each child, boy, young person and adult.
Ferrarese, S. (2019). MUSIC AT SCHOOL: SOUND CONTEXT, PEOPLE AND SOCIETY. In ICERI 2019 Proceedings (pp.4463-4472).
|Citazione:||Ferrarese, S. (2019). MUSIC AT SCHOOL: SOUND CONTEXT, PEOPLE AND SOCIETY. In ICERI 2019 Proceedings (pp.4463-4472).|
|Carattere della pubblicazione:||Didattica|
|Presenza di un coautore afferente ad Istituzioni straniere:||No|
|Titolo:||MUSIC AT SCHOOL: SOUND CONTEXT, PEOPLE AND SOCIETY|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Nome del convegno:||International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02 - Intervento a convegno|
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