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From Aural Teaching to Musical Literacy in the Elementary Horn Class (2017)

Klaske de Haan
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Name: Klaske de Haan Main Subject: Master Music Education According to the Kodály concept. Research Supervisors: Suzanne Konings and Herman Jeurissen Title of research: From Aural Teaching to Musical Literacy in the Elementary Horn Class First steps to a Kodály inspired horn method. Research Question: How to develop a methodology for the beginning horn player, from an aural approach to musical literacy? Summary of Results: The Netherlands and Germany are almost the only countries where children start playing the B flat horn instead of the F horn because of the rich culture of wind bans. There are almost no horn methods based on the harmonics of the B flat horn. The traditional instrumental music lesson is mainly based on reproducing: a certain image on paper matches a fitting fingering thus producing the matching sound. When the sound is not matching the image than the teacher corrects this sound. I noticed that the children could play well when playing by themselves, but when they played together with other instruments they could easily play the whole phrase on the wrong pitch (wrong harmonics) but with the right fingerings. The horn is an instrument based on harmonic overtone series. Finding the logical steps on the valves of the horn is very difficult. Woodwind players have a logical system on the instrument playing diatonic series like do re mi. For the horn, with 3 valves, there is not a logical sequence playing diatonic series. This made me realize that some changes in the methodology are necessary for the horn to make an aural approach more logical for the beginning horn player. It also did me realize how extremely important it is for the young horn player to develop the inner hearing very well and make the logical steps from sound to symbol. My research paper investigates the possibilities to develop musical literacy in the horn lesson but also in the instrumental group lesson with transposing instruments. My main conclusion is that it is very important to make singing and moving a part of the horn lesson in order to develop inner hearing in relation to the horn. In that way the music will be understand and musical literacy can be developed. Biography: Klaske de Haan studied horn at The Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and at the Fontys Conservatoire in Tilburg with Herman Jeurissen. She graduated in 2000 for her diploma Uitvoerend Musicus. As a free lance horn player Klaske worked with several professional orchestras in the Netherlands for example The Residentie Orchestra. Klaske is a horn teacher at the Music school, Scholen in de Kunst, in Amersfoort and she works at the Royal Conservatoire at The Hague with BASIS. A new music program for young wind players. From 2014 Klaske specializes in Music education and pedagogy by attending several course such as “muziek als vak”.
typeresearch exposition
keywordsHorn, Kodály, aural teaching, musical literacy, Music Education, Research by teachers of the Royal Conservatoire
date21/05/2017
published18/09/2017
last modified18/09/2017
statuspublished
share statusprivate
affiliationRoyal Conservatoire in The Hague
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/222446/222447
published inKC Research Portal
portal issue1. Master Research Projects


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328567 Eurovisie tune K de Haan All rights reserved
328565 Bells in the steeple B2 K de Haan All rights reserved
328082 Bells in the steeple B2 K de Haan All rights reserved
328077 Practical; Aural teaching in relation to horn technique K e Haan All rights reserved
328074 Basic principles for horn playing K de Haan All rights reserved
328071 The Horn K de Haan All rights reserved
328065 Title, abstract and relevance K de Haan All rights reserved
328056 De Hoorn K de Haan All rights reserved
328054 Table of Contents K de Haan All rights reserved
284494 Bells in the steeple B2 Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284486 Basis 2 Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284481 Bells in the steeple B2 Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284478 Bells in the steeple + bas B2 Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284476 Research Proposal Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284474 Table of Contents Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284473 Presentatie1 Research juni 2016 Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284465 Presentatie1 Research juni 2016 Klaske de Haan All rights reserved
284456 CCE23062016_4 K de Haan All rights reserved
356094 Chapter 1 Introduction - Final K de Haan All rights reserved
358403 Chapter 1 Introduction K. de Haan All rights reserved
358409 Chapter 1 Introduction - Final K.de Haan All rights reserved
365576 Optreden Basis 2 Eurovisie K de Haan All rights reserved
365586 BMOA Ijsbeer K de Haan All rights reserved
365608 Ijsbeer BMO B K. de Haan All rights reserved
365610 BMOB Ijsbeer K e Haan All rights reserved
365617 BMOA Ijsbeer 3 stemmig K de Haann All rights reserved
365619 Les Wouter K de Haan All rights reserved
365621 wouter's lesson (final) k de Haan All rights reserved
365738 Paper May 2017 Final K.de Haan All rights reserved
365745 paper complete K. de Haan All rights reserved
390266 Klaske de Haan - FInal version Paper Klaske de Haan © 2017 All rights reserved

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