米国1940年代の初等音楽科教科書における読譜の教育課程 : 1920年代との比較を通して
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Music Reading Curricula in American Elementary Music Textbooks of the 1940s : Comparison with the 1920s
This paper aims to provide an insight to music reading curricula of the 1940s and 1920s. These curricula were selected from textbooks of Silver Burdett Co., Ginn and Co., and American Book Co. In the 1920s music reading was taught chiefly through Singing and Exercises, and correct singing and correct pitch memorizing were emphasized. However it was found that in the 1940s, music reading was taught through a program of five activities viz. Singing, Listening, Motion to Music, Playing an instrument, and Creative activity. The elements of the music were also illustrated concretely. In addition, all curricula of the 1940s provided reading readiness programs in which consecutive experiences of ear and eye were emphasized. The influence of experientialism was a strong factor in the development of the five activity and reading readiness programs.
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第二部, 文化教育開発関連領域