2017 | 8(72) | 3-12
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Consolidation approach: peculiarities of implementation in the choreographic-pedagogical education.
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The article reveals the peculiarities of implementation of the consolidation approach in the preparation of masters-choreographers. In order to achieve this goal, a set of research methods was used: analysis, synthesis, abstraction and generalization, which had provided the definition and highlighting the peculiarities of implementation of the consolidation approach in choreographic-pedagogical education. It is proved that introduction of the consolidation approach is the theoretical basis for ensuring the effectiveness of training specialists at the master level in the field of choreographic pedagogy in the interaction of the executive- professional, pedagogical-practical and research directions, if the content of each of them is preserved. In this context, one of the ways to realize the unity of the executive-professional, pedagogical-practical and research directions of master’s training is mastering by the future specialists of the method of artistic-pedagogical interpretation of music. The ability of masters to artistic-pedagogical interpretation of music as a specific kind of performing-pedagogical activity shows a higher degree of professionalism in the field of choreographic education. The results of conducted work show the necessity and timeliness of considering the problem of providing consolidation processes in choreographic education and allow elucidating a number of issues concerning the study of specific features of the implementation of these processes during masters’ choreographic training. It is emphasized that the presented publication does not update the whole range of issues in the context of the chosen topic. Further scientific development need the issues of technological support for the implementation of a consolidation approach in the process of training masters of choreographic art, ways of ensuring the affinity of stylistic patterns of creating performing images in the direction of developing artistic tastes.
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