2017 | 10(74) | 153-162
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Vocal training of the future music teachers by theater of arts.
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The article is devoted to the problem of improving vocal training of the future music teachers through the introduction of elements of theatrical technologies. The achievement of a high level of ownership of its own “performing instrument” – a vocal voice – is one of the main tasks of singing. The mastery of vocal art involves three inextricable elements: technical, analytical and artistic. Creating an artistic image of a vocal work depends on the psychological analysis of the content, various possible ways of semanticising the words and their artistic interpretation. Working at diction, ability to logically comprehend the author’s text, understanding the emotional content of the word, pauses, dynamic shades make it possible to consciously perform the processed vocal productions. The process of intonation can be considered a sound detection of the content of music. Intonational expressiveness lies at the heart of poetic and musical language. In the work on vocal-pedagogical artistic repertoire students should be given a careful and caring attitude to the poetic text, a deep penetration into the artistic conception of the composer. The difficulty is the ratio of the verbal and musical intonation series. Ability to influence the audience, to establish direct communication – these are the special skills that an accomplice must master. Setting up dialogical contact is a theatrical and pedagogical technology, the origins of which have a long history. Inclusion in the vocal pedagogy of elements of folk theater, works of folk art can combine solo performance, dialogue, plastic intonation with improvised variations of intonations and simple chants. On the basis of creative unity, collective forms contribute to the formation of harmony of sound, the skills of auditory control, and provide internal creative discipline. Educators-vocalists are deeply aware of the pedagogical potential of the Ukrainian folk song, including the best samples in the program repertoire of the school and university program.It is believed that the performance of a folk song does not require special virtuoso-technical techniques of singing. The difficulty lies in the special simplicity, expressiveness, and the naturalness of their interpretation. One of the most striking phenomena of contemporary musical art was the combination of folklore with various types of pop music. Coordination of movements with language and singing is a complex skill that results from the purposeful training of not only sound-forming muscles, but also the body as a whole. Important is the search for accurate expressive gestures, facial expressions. Vocal training of the future music teacher should be considered in the interaction of traditional forms and methods of vocal pedagogy and the introduction of new technologies with the elements of theatrical activity.
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