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Eddie Van Halen Donates Over $ 100 Million for Music Education

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Music Pedagogy

Music Pedagogy(Educational education,English: music education) IsMusicis connected withEducational activities・ A general term for contents. "MusicAbout itselfEducation"And" general educational activities through music ".There is "educational music" as a synonym, and the word is generallyDedicated to pre-school and extra curricularRefers to music education in.


Music education can be classified as follows according to the place where it is conducted.

Music education at school

Music education at school is conducted in class and other areas (special activities, etc.).

JapaneseDedicated to pre-school and extra curricularAtMusic OfLesson TheSimultaneous classMostly done in.Composition,Performance(Instrumental music-Vocal musicEtc.)PerformanceAs a result, people are allowed to experience chorus, ensemble, improvisation, etc.Also,Listening to MusicIs treated in class.Music-MusicologyRelated knowledge such as is also taken up in a timely manner along with expression and appreciation.

Kindergarten-Licensed Nursery SchoolAnd so onRhythmicClasses that incorporate such thingsChildcareMay be done.

As a special activity, etc., as a school event in the schoolChorus competitionMany schools holdOff-campus learning,sports festivalAs a whole school eventChildren-studentOften everyone participates.Also,chorusAnd instrumental ensembleBrass bandSuch,Club activities-Extracurricular activitiesMusic education is also carried out.

Music education at home and in society

Musical instrumentAs shown in the ownership rate of[1],family EducationSpecialized education in music is also popular.For childrenPiano-Electronic organThere are many places where I take private lessons.

Also, I finished school educationadultAgainst the music classCulture centerSuch,Lifelong learningThere are many places for music education as[2].

Professional education in music

In addition, of musicProfessional educationEducational institutions that doMusic high school, MusicVocational schools-Various schools,University-Graduate Schools OfFaculty of Music-SubjectThere are many.Professional about music講義-exerciseIn addition,Practical skill OfIndividualized instructionIs often done.


World music education

Traditional Japanese music

School music education after the Meiji era

Established in 1872 (Meiji 5)School systemSo, at the elementary schoolSing"(Shoka), a subject called" Kanraku "was set up in junior high school.This is the beginning of music education in Japanese school education.However, it was said that "for the time being, it will be cultivated", and the content was described in 1878 (Meiji 11).Shuji IzawaTanegarou MegadaBegan to be consolidated after submitting a written statement regarding music.In this, there is an opinion that the music at that time should be denied as a drag on the social division system (including popular music) and that new national music should be promoted.[3].. 1879 (Meiji 12), by the governmentMusic interrogationWas opened, the import of Western music was promoted, and teaching materials were prepared."Shoka" as a subject became compulsory in 1907, when elementary school became compulsory education for six years.

In 1941 (Showa 16)National School OrdinanceWas promulgated, and "Singing Song" was changed to "Entertainment musicThe name was changed.After World War II, in 1947 (Showa 22)Course of StudyThe subject name was officially changed to "music", and the content is centered on singing, instrumental music, creation, and appreciation as it is today.Regarding vocalization and singing, since the course of study was first announced, guidance was given by "moving singing method" and "voice vocalization" based on the research results at the time of the draft. In the course of study announced in 1998, the notation was revised to teach "natural and reasonable voice" in elementary school and "vocalization according to the song type" in junior high school.

Professional education in music

Theory and practice

Music isPerformanceBecause it is a kind of, we also deal with how to develop expression in music education.Therefore, I am studying how to reconsider the expression itself and how to utilize it in teaching.Typical research fields are as follows.

Music education research from philosophy

Music aestheticsAlso includes the approach from.John Dewey,Susanne KatherinaEtc. may be studied[4].

Music Education Research from Psychology

DevelopmentalMusic psychology[5]In addition,Emotion(Emotion) ・sentimentSignificance of (Sentiment)[6]Research is being conducted to consider and promote the talent of music and music.Also,Psychoacoustics-BiologyBased on身体-Hearing-Perception OfdevelopmentResearch oncreate[7]Includes research on the process and its development[8].

Music education research from history

Research that summarizes ideas that lead to practice from the transition of music education systems in each country.

Music education research from sociology

It is studied when thinking about sharing the joy of learning music.Ferdinand TenniesAdvocated byGemine Shaft and Gezel ShaftMay also be touched[9].

Simultaneous guidance and individual guidance

Specific practice

As for music education at school,Fushizukuri music educationand so on.Besides this, in a broad senseCreation-CompositionResearch on education is progressing in practice[10].

Also, as a specialized education,Suzuki method,Berklee methodAnd so on.


Issues related to teacher training

in JapanTeacher licenseWhen you getEducation Staff License Act Enforcement RegulationsBased on Article XNUMX, it is necessary to take more than the specified number of credits in courses that include the following contents.

  • Solfege
  • Vocal music(Including chorus and traditional Japanese singing.)
  • Instrumental music(Including ensemble and accompaniment and Japanese musical instruments.)
  • Conducting method
  • Music theory,Composition method(Including arrangement method) andMusic History(Including traditional Japanese music and music of various ethnic groups)
  • Music education(Educational education,British: Pedagogy of Music): In a narrow sense, it refers to the research field of "music education" that targets human behavior.In a broad sense, research to improve music education, that is, the system and history surrounding music education, the environment, the content, teaching materials, and methods of music education, the action by the subject (teacher) of the act, and the object of the act (children) ) Refers to the entire research field that pursues the recognition process.

MusicNot limited to this, the number of teachers who specialize in practical subjects is small, and even if they are hired, they are often treated as instructors due to the number of classes they are in charge of.Even if you study music professionally at university, employment is often unstable.

Elimination of physicality

Education in modern Western Europe is "Mind-body dualismThere was a tendency to downplay the body based on.In particular, music education has evolved by emphasizing the uniqueness and independence of music and separating elements that were thought to be unrelated to music, such as physical elements.Music education in Japan todayEmotional educationIs considered part of.

In this kind of disrespectful music education, "moving your body freely to the music"rhythmI don't have the basics to express my feelings with my body[11].Sonobe SaburoOpposes the concept of "emotion" to "emotion" and repeatedly criticizes emotional music education.Sonobe pointed out the two aspects of "emotion", which is "naturally possessed by humans" and "biological ability", and "emotion", which is developed by culture on that foundation. He insists that more instinctive emotions should be emphasized in music education during the period.

Music educator


Tomojiro Ikeuchi,Shuji Izawa,Akira Ifukube,Teiichi Okano,Katsuo,Nobuyoshi Kamiya,Shinichi Suzuki,Takehito Shimazu,Yasuko Tasumi,Koji Nagai,Kazu Norisugi,Yoshio Hasegawa,Hiroshi Yamamoto

Outside Japan

Adolf Jensen,Albert Leman,Alexander von Zemlinsky,Emile Jaques-Dalcroze,Karl Orff,Kodaly Zoltan,Cipriano de Rore,Charles Halle,Marie Schaefer


  1. ^ 1999National consumption surveyAccording to two or more generalsHouseholdThe ownership rate of music-related assets in Japan is 25.2% for pianos, 21.9% for electronic keyboard instruments, 77.9% for CD / MD radio cassettes, and 49.4% for stereo sets.For more information,Statistics Bureau Homepage Glossarychecking ...
  2. ^ Hirofumi Kimura "Various Places for Music Learning" Yasuharu Takahagi and Tsuneo Nakajima, "Lifelong Learning of Music", Chapter 82, pp91-2000, Tamagawa University Press, XNUMX
  3. ^ Toshiko Kobayashi "Learn from the history of music education" (Ritsuko Kojima & Atsuko Sawada 1998, p. 234)
  4. ^ Ritsuko Kojima "Principle of Expression and Educational Significance" (Ritsuko Kojima & Atsuko Sawada 1998, pp. 1–17)
  5. ^ For example,Géza Révez, Research, etc. (Takekazu Soda 1975, pp. 67–99)
  6. ^ Takekazu Soda 1975, pp. 61–62.
  7. ^ Some researchers use the concept of "generation."Japan School Music Education Practical Society ed., "21st Century Music Curriculum Based on Generation", Tokyo Shoseki, 2006,Ritsuko Kojima, Yoko Matsuo, Sachiko Saito, Yoko Takahashi, Nobuaki Yanagi, Hiroyuki Kato "Theory and Practice of Music Education Centered on the Generation of Music (Curriculum Development of the Music Department in the 21st Century-Part 3 New Curriculum Framework-)" "School Music Education Research: Bulletin of the Japan School Music Education Study Group" Volume 8, Japan School Music Education Practice Society, March 2004, 3, pp. 30-1, NOT 110006937910. See also.
  8. ^ Takekazu Soda 1975, pp. 57–67.
  9. ^ Fumishige Yamamoto 2006, pp. 96–106.
  10. ^ Maki Ishimura "Starting with Sound-Creative Music Therapy and Expression-" (Ritsuko Kojima & Atsuko Sawada 1998, pp. 21–36), Michiko Shimoide "Starting with Words" (Ritsuko Kojima & Atsuko Sawada 1998, pp. 37–55), etc.
  11. ^ Akihiro Takahashi "Music and Physicality" "Contemporary and Music", Tokyo Shoseki, 1991, ISBN 4487752604.pp. 175-186.

References / URL

  • Fumishige Yamamoto, "Thinking about Music Education in the Future: Prospects and Guidelines," Ongaku no Tomosha, 2006.ISBN 4276311845. 
  • Takekatsu Soda, Music Education: Keynote to the Establishment, Ongaku no Tomosha, 1975.ISBN 4276311047. 
  • Ritsuko Kojima, Atsuko Sawada, "Education of Expression by Music: From Inheritance to Creation," Akihiro Shobo, 1998.ISBN 4771009945. 

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