Review of Artistic Education. Number: 23 Year: 2022

Review of Artistic Education. Number: 23 Year: 2022

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Journal Code:  Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478            
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Number: 23
Cover Date (month and year): 04.2022

 

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Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 01_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0001
Title: NEURO-PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS OF MUSIC EDUCATION
Author(s): Dorina Geta Iușcă
Affiliation(s): Associate  Professor    PhD., “George  Enescu”  National  University  of  Arts  from  Iaşi,  Romania
Abstract: The importance of music for the development of society and the individual has been proved over time in a variety of educational and cultural situations. The cortical representations of musical functions (such as melody, harmony, absolute pitch, timbre, rhythm, music memory, and music emotions) offer new perspectives on the implications that musical training has on the development of the brain. Multiple studies have showed that musicians exhibit hyper-development of certain areas of their brains and obtain better results when motor skills, visual tasks and music related processing abilities were tested.
Key words: music training, brain, cortical areas

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 02_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0002
Title: DISTANCE EDUCATION PROMPTED BY COVID-19 LOCKDOWNS: A CHALLENGE FOR TEACHING MUSICAL PERFORMING ARTS
Author(s): Rossella Marisi
Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD., Conservatorio “Lorenzo Perosi” from Campobasso, Italy
Abstract: In 2020 and 2021, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) played a crucial role during the lockdowns, giving people the chance to continue doing business, entertainment, and education. In the education sector, in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, many countries adopted ICT-enabled distance education, which shows both positive and problematic features. The most concerning aspects relate to the digital divide, the readers’ ability to assess the trustworthiness of texts found on the Web, the educators‘ competence in using ICT by incorporating it in their pedagogical practice, and the applicability of distance education to the teaching of performing arts.
Key words: digital divide, distance education, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), performing arts, trustworthiness of texts

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 03_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0003
Title: GENUISTICO - EVOLVING ASPECTS OF SONATA II FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO, OP. 19, No. 3, BY CONSTANTIN SILVESTRI
Author(s): Victoria Melnic, Augustina Florea
Affiliation(s): Professor PhD., Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts from Chişinău, Republic of Moldavia, Candidate Doctoral, George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iași, Romania, Assistante, Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts from Chişinău, Republic of Moldavia
Abstract: The article addresses the problem of investigating the evolutionary paradigm of the sonata for violin and piano in the Romanian compositional creation of the first half of the twentieth century, analyzing the work of the famous representative of the pleiad of Romanian composers of the Postenescu generation, European personality - Constantin Silvestri. His creation - Sonata II for violin and piano (1939), composed at the end of the interwar period, at the confluence of the '30s and' 40s, revealing a complex emotional and imagistic spectrum, contrasting, generated by the striking antagonism between aspirations to the ideal and ruin of illusions, allegorically transfigures the incandescent atmosphere around World War II. The language of the work presents a stylistic symbiosis distinct from heterogeneous elements: romantic, expressionist, as well as folk resonance.
Key words: Constantin Silvestri, Romanian violin sonata, romantic influencess

 

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DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0004
Title: PROJECT “EASTER TRIPTYCH”
Author(s): Lăcrămioara Naie
Affiliation(s): Professor PhD., „George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania
Abstract: The “Easter Triptych” project was conducted in six annual editions (except for 2020 and 2021 – the years of the Coronavirus Pandemic). It was conceived and achieved in the name and in the spirit of the three important moments in the history of our humanity: Birth, Passion and Joy of the Resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ. This great religious cultural project was attended by important personalities of Iaşi and not only, such as lyrical artists from the Romanian National Opera Iaşi, church persons from the Metropolitan Church of Moldavia and Bukovina, university professors, ethnographers, craftsmen and students. We were joined by Radio Romania Cultural Bucharest, Radio Iasi, TV Iasi, Radio "Trinitas" and "Moldova" National Museum Complex Iasi. With this important project, I also went to Austria, Vienna, to the Romanian Cultural Center and to the Republic of Moldova, to "Alecu Russo" State University Balti. Each edition presented under its generous scope, equally traditions, customs and beliefs firmly established in our soul and conscience as Romanians. The events included moments of musical art: classical musical works (lyrical, instrumental, choral), Christmas carols, Easter songs, religious poems, book launches, exhibitions of decorated eggs from the Bukovina area, exhibitions of icons, crosses, carpets woven in monasteries, ceramic objects from Horezu, wooden sculpture objects and traditional folk costumes. In addition to these, there was a CD:  "Easter Triptych".
Key words: Easter Triptych, the Birth, Passion and Resurrection of Our Savior Jesus Christ

 

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DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0005
Title: METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS REGARDING THE INTEGRITY OF THE MUSICAL-DIDACTIC ACTIVITIES DURING THE MUSICAL EDUCATION LESSON
Author(s): Marina Caliga
Affiliation(s): Lecturer Candidate Doctoral, „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Republic of Moldavia
Abstract: The purpose of the musical art is to give complete knowledge about the world and about oneself. Musical education aims to form the artistic culture of the student, as a component of the spiritual culture. Due to the following fields of activity such as reception of works of art, vocal/choral/instrumental interpretation, creation, and artistic reflection, this type of education is treated as a continuous individual process of personality formation through multiple musical-didactic communication activities with musical art.
Key words: musical education, music-teaching activities, methodological aspects

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 06_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0006
Title: FROM MUSICAL PSYCHOLOGY TO HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY TO SCHENKERIAN ANALYSIS
Author(s): Iulian Rusu
Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania
Abstract: This study is written at the suggestion of Master Octav Calleya, a disciple of Celibidache and Franco Ferrara, who addresses those passionate about Musical Phenomenology and Acoustics. It is not very technical, it is more an introduction to the "roots" of this scientific approach to music imposed by Celibidache, which can be an open gate for those who want to enter this vast universe of knowledge.
Key words: analysis, acoustics, musical phenomenology, psychology

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 07_paper.pdf
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0007
Title: FRANZ JOSEPH STRAUSS, A JOACHIM OF THE HORN
Author(s): Petrea Gîscă
Affiliation(s): Professor PhD. habil., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iași, Romania
Abstract: Franz Joseph Strauss was one of the brightest horns of the 19th century. He was born in Germany and worked all his life in Munich, being a first - horn player, composer, conductor and teacher. As a composer he wrote two concerts for horn and orchestra and several pieces for horn and piano, most of them, the author singing them in the first absolute audition. As a teacher, he participated in the creation of a German horn school, and his studies for natural horn are still valid today. Difficult and sometimes misunderstood by musicians of the time, Franz Strauss remains a landmark in the history of the horn and a legend in the art of horn performance.
Key words: art, horn school, musical instrument, horn

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 08_paper.pdf     
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0008                    
Title: THE TOURTE BOW AND ITS EFFECTS ON INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUE  
Author(s): Luminița Ciobanu
Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania    
Abstract: The history of bow makers records various changes in the construction of the bows, in close conection with the expansion of the artistic repertoire and the development of the instrumental technique of the bow and strings instruments. The eightheenth century brought an important concern for these changes, but only in the late of the 1700s there will be a standardization in the lenght and shape of the bows. After a period of transition, full of multiple attempts, Francois Tourte is the one who creates the model we call today the modern bow.
Key words: bow, model, Technique, standardization, Francois Tourte

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 09_paper.pdf
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0009
Title: CONCEPTUAL AND PRAXIOLOGICAL PREMISES OF MUSICAL EDUCATION THROUGHOUT LIFE IN THE EDUCATIONAL AREA OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
Author(s): Marina Cosumov
Affiliation(s): Associate  Professor  PhD.,  „Alecu  Russo”  State  University  from  Bălţi, Republic  of Moldavia
Abstract: Lifelong learning is characterized by continuity and globalism, involving all levels and types of education. The modern vision of education treats artistic and music education as a continuous individual process of spiritual self-fulfillment of the educated through multiple forms of contact with the arts, these being also ways of reflecting the intimate and external universes of the educated.
Key words: lifelong education, artistic/music education, continuous individual process, spiritual self-fulfillment

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 10_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0010
Title: SUMMARY OF SOME ASPECTS OF PIANO INTERPRETATION IN SCHUBERT SONATAS, ACCORDING TO MUSICAL NOTATION
Author(s): Brîndușa Tudor
Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania    
Abstract: In order to be able to reveal the constructive value and expressive force of Schubert’s piano sonatas, one needs first of all a good edition that rends as precisely as possible the author’s original text, as well the pianist’s skill to bring score to life, therefore managing to transpose in his interpretation the composer’s creative intentions, that are set by using the musical notation. We wish to highlight below some aspects of Schubert’s musical notation regarding dynamics and sonority, sound emitting manners (legato and staccato) and pedalling.
Key words: Franz Schubert, piano sonatas, musical notation

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 11_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0011      
Title: MOTIVATION AND CREATIVITY IN WORKING WITH POP/ROCK/JAZZ BANDS OF SECONDARY AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL
Author(s): Ramona Mariana Cojocaru - Spînu
Affiliation(s): Candidate Doctoral, ”George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iași, Teacher, Paradis International College from Iași, Romania
Abstract: The national offer of extra-curricular activities started including in the past few years the pop/rock/jazz bands as part of non-formal education, either in institutions like Children’s Palace or in private music schools, as a direct consequence of the manifested interest of the students in this direction. The teachers coordinating secondary and highschool level bands are challenged to find ways to keep the students engaged and motivated for longer periods of time. Student’s motivation is related to their need of being listened to and to be consulted in regards of the decisions that concern the ensemble they belong to and to their image that this activity is a project-based one and requires time, and in this project they can contribute with abilities from other domains. This article suggests some of the key points that can help a band teacher to maintain a high level of motivation in students for a longer time.
Key words: motivation, creativity, band, secondary, high-school

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 12_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0012            
Title: A HISTORICAL VIEW ON THE RELEVANCE OF MUSIC FOR SOCIETY IN AN ENTREPRENEURIAL APPROACH
Author(s): Oana Bălan Budoiu
Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., “Gheorghe Dima” National Academy of  Music from Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Abstract: The majority of authors who have studied the phenomenon of cultural entrepreneurship have attempted to demonstrate how market conditions and society in general have the power to shape the performances of artistic products, in terms of economical and community relevance. The entrepreneurial concept is linked to the desire for innovation, for transcending conventional traditional practices and knowledge, by focussing creative interests on the real needs expressed by cultural consumers and audiences of concert halls. This research wishes to provide a synoptic view on the existence of this socio-economic phenomenon throughout music history, and thus to show that professional music has almost always been sensitive towards the needs of society, and has succeeded in remaining useful and productive for long periods of time.   
Key words: Music sociology, entrepreneurship, management, history, evolution

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 13_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0013
Title: INTEGRATING FUNCTIONS OF MUSIC IN LEARNING AND EDUCATION
Author(s): Marina Morari
Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi, Senior Researcher, Institute of Education Sciences, Chisinau, Republic of  Moldavia
Abstract: Isolation/separation of human activity from art is a manifestation of the incoherence of our society. In scientific research, the spiritual and physical worlds are often separated. In the recovery of this dualism in the education system, but also the life of human society, an organic place must be occupied by the arts. Because it is only in the work of art that we find the expression of the human inner world, which naturally connects human life with the environment - the external world in which the artist lives/ creates. Integrated education and learning are based on quality disciplinary education. The article develops the integrative functions of musical art in the process of school learning and early education and identifies the levels of musical-didactic activities integration in the educational process.
Key words: musical education, integrated learning, integrating functions of music, interdisciplinarity with the arts ation

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 14_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0014
Title: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO ASSESSING THE ACOUSTIC QUALITY OF VIOLINS
Author(s): Alina Maria Nauncef, Mircea Mihălcică, Ioan Călin Roșca, Vasile Ghiorghe Gliga, Rodica Marc, Cristian Mureșan
Affiliation(s): Associate Professor PhD., Associate Professor PhD., Engineer, Professor PhD., Engineer, ”Transilvania” University from Brașov, Engineer, Candidate Doctoral, ”Transilvania” University from Brașov, Romania, S.C. Gliga Instrumente Muzicale S.A. from Reghin, Engineer, Engineer, Economist, S.C. Gliga Instrumente Muzicale S.A. from Reghin, Romania
Abstract: The paper presents the interdisciplinary approach to assessing the acoustic quality of violins through a survey addressed to specialists in the field of music - instrumentalists, teachers, artists. Violins with modified geometric parameters in intermediate stages from a technological point of view were investigated, respectively unfinished violins (in white). The aim of the study was to classify the musical instruments heard according to five acoustic criteria considered relevant for violinists. Criteria such as: bright tone, clarity of sounds, warm/silky sound, amplitude of sounds and equal sound on all 4 strings were also established through a survey of artistic impressions among specialists, in a stage prior to the study presented in this article.
Key words: acoustic quality, violin, questionnaire, interdisciplinarity

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 15_paper.pdf    
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0015
Title: POLONAISE FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO OP. 4 IN D MAJOR BY HENRYK WIENIAWSKI
Author(s): Raluca Dobre Ioniță
Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania
Abstract: Wieniawski's creations for violin imposed themselves in the romantic musical literature both by their special melodic musicality and by the difficulty of the technical passages. Polonaise for violin and piano, op. 4 in D major is one of the most beautiful musical jewels of the romantic century. The piece has become famous since the time of the composer, who performed it quite frequently in his tours. In this composition, Wieniawski emphasizes to the maximum the timbre, technical and interpretive potential of the violin.
Key words: Wieniawski, Polonaise, violin, piano, analysis

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 16_paper.pdf
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0016               
Title: A SHAKESPEARE MODULE’S PEDAGOGICAL PROCESS IN THE VOCATIONAL HIGHT EDUCATION: PERSPECTIVES, SOLUTIONS AND NEW DILLEMAS
Author(s): Ioana Petcu Pădurean
Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD., habil., “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi of  Romania
Abstract: If in England William Shakespeare's dramatic work is perceived on the one hand as a tradition and, on the other hand, as a suitable platform for experimentation, in Romania vocational higher education programs in the field of Theater and Performing Arts provide space for practice on Elizabethan dramaturgy. Whether we understand Will's texts as a compulsory subject, or whether it challenges both the teacher and the student to discover new valences of interpretation, the Shakespeare module is an important milestone in the young artist's stage training process. A test subject for the performing arts professor, but also a wide range of characteristics that unfolds in front of the student, the Shakespearean universe is viewed by the artist from the inside in order to be successful on stage. Thus felt and rediscovered, the author transforms into a living material, it is a starting point towards a horizon that is discovered by everyone and is, equally, a return to self and recognition, an inexhaustible effect that classical literature has on many generations in a row.
Key words: Elisabethan Theater, William Shakespeare, acting, stage directing, pedagogy of theater

 

Filename: Review of Artistic Education - 10.2478 / 23 / 2022 / 17_paper.pdf
DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0017
Title: PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS AND ART. THE BEGINNINGS
Author(s): Ana-Cristina Leșe, Raluca Minea
Affiliation(s): Associate Professor  PhD., Lecturer PhD. “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi of  Romania
Abstract: The topic we are referring to has been debated on various occasions, but our approach aims on one hand the importance of physical exercises and their impact on a category of students, namely those in higher art education system, and on the other hand brings to attention some age-related changes, namely the succession of forms corresponding to the functional changes in time of our body. The period of evolution within this context corresponds to the growth stage up to 20 years. The growth and development of the musculoskeletal system in length, width and depth alternate according to a specific rhythm that allows periods of division. Thus, there are periods of growth in human life, mainly in terms of width and periods of growth in height, which alternate once at 3 or 4 years. Seeveral chronicles and statistics prove that young people’s body with good physical condition has withstood the hardships of life in a much higher ratio than those who are not in fit. We know very well that a harmonious body is a preventative medicine against diseases and a body accustomed to physical exercises gives teenagers an extra dose of protection. According to the American Heart Association, physical inactivity increases the risk of stroke and amplifies other risk factors for cardiovascular disease, such as: obesity, high blood pressure, LDL cholesterol ("bad") and diabetes. This topic is all the more important as it’s about student artists who face certain problems related to the development of the human body under the conditions imposed by a profession, many of them being forced to adopt certain body positions for a long time either in front of the easel or with the violin in their hand, or on scaffolding, on mural or restoration sites. In fact, we have raised these issues in other articles and also at some symposium communications. We want to contribute to the training of young artists through the recommendations and programs provided in anatomy and sports culture so that this information is understandable and, at the same time, becomes a decision-maker in psycho-physical and, implicitly, in professional development.
Key words: physical exercises, age-related changes, the skeletal system, the muscular system, artists

 

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DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 - 0018
Title: CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES IN ARTS EDUCATION THE CHALLENGES OF HERE AND NOW
Author(s): Laura Bilic
Affiliation(s): Lecturer PhD. / “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania
Abstract: In our time, the theater has greatly expanded in scope to include education, personal development, and sometimes therapy. With its novel stage installations, it has penetrated into the realm of the visual arts and, since the covid-19 pandemic, into the virtual environment. As such, the Actor’s Art has inherently been subject to change. Drama schools no longer seek to train masters but to guide and to facilitate the discovery or the definition of each artist’s unique individuality, creativity, and personality.
Key words: vocation, artist’s ego, adaptation

 

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DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0019         
Title: JERZY GROTOWSKI’S LABORATORY, A MODEL FOR THE EXPERIMENTAL WORKSHOP
Author(s): Iuliana Moraru
Affiliation(s): Assistante PhD. / “George Enescu” National University of Arts from Iaşi, Romania
Abstract: Grotowski concludes that theatre can exist without sets, without costumes, without music and without light effects and even without text. The argument in support of this surprising thesis comes from the very history of the theatre. In the evolution of theatrical art, the text was one of the last elements to be added. The theatre cannot exist without actors, not even the puppet theatre, behind the stage being hidden another manipulative actor. Furthermore, it cannot exist without the audience. Consequently, following the successive eliminations, only two elements remain: the actor and the audience.
Key words: Grotowski, theater, actors, audience, laborator

 

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DOI: 10.2478 / rae – 2022 – 0020              
Title: ARTISTIC EXPRESSIVENESS - EXHAUSTIVE COMPONENT IN THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS FOR “DANCE” SPECIALTY STUDENTS
Author(s): Svetlana Talpă, Mariana Vacarciuc
Affiliation(s): Lecturer, Candidate Doctoral, Associate Professor PhD., „Ion Creangă” State Pedagogical University from Chișinău, Republic of  Moldavia
Abstract: The given paper elucidates one of the main professional skills of a dancer / performer - artistic expressiveness. Following the analysis of several studies in the field of choreographic art dedicated to expressiveness and methods of its development in choreographic creation, the concept of expressiveness is revealed by defining it in different types of art, cultural studies, philosophy, etc. The most complex description of the component of artistic expressiveness is present in classical, folk and modern dance, where the conditions of its formation and development are exposed in the practical classes of classical, folk and modern dance. The stated issue was researched in a study was conducted over three years of university studies at cycle I (Bachelor).
Key words: expressiveness, choreographic art, classical dance, folk dance, modern dance

 

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