唱法再考 : 固定ド存置,および移動ド代替案としてのヒフミ唱法復活の提案

音楽文化教育学研究紀要 Issue 27 Page 1-8 published_at 2015-03-20
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Title ( jpn )
唱法再考 : 固定ド存置,および移動ド代替案としてのヒフミ唱法復活の提案
Title ( eng )
Score Reading Reconsidered : Maintaining the Fixed-Do Solfége While Replacing the Movable-Do Solfége with the Hi-fu-mi (numerical) Reading System
Creator
Ohnishi Junichi
Source Title
音楽文化教育学研究紀要
Bulletin of music culture education
Issue 27
Start Page 1
End Page 8
Journal Identifire
[ISSN] 1347-0205
[NCID] AA11546850
Abstract
Many of researchers and practitioners have suggested that the movable-do solfége is the most preferable reading system; however, no consensus exists regarding music-reading systems, especially between advocates of movable-do (scale-degree) system and those of the fixed-do (note-name) system. Pianos and electric keyboards are widespread in Japanese homes; in families that own one of these instruments, children who possess absolute pitch tend to use the fixed-do system and not the movable-do system. However, the same do-re-mi syllables should not be used in both the fixed-do and movable-do systems. Therefore, important related questions are as follows. (1) Which system is preferable? Or are both the note-name and scale-degree systems necessary in music education? (2) If the same do-re-mi syllables should not be used in both the movable-do and fixed-do systems, what are the alternatives? Through addressing these questions, the present study suggests that children of primary school age or younger should use the fixed-do system; junior high or high school students should use the movable-do system. Moreover, as with the pitch-name system, the fixed-do system should be officially maintained, whereas the movable-do system should be replaced with the old hi-fu-mi (numerical) degree-name system.
NDC
Education [ 370 ]
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科音楽文化教育学講座
Date of Issued 2015-03-20
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 1347-0205
[NCID] AA11546850