Sökning: "choral singing"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 7 avhandlingar innehållade orden choral singing.
1. Vi sjunger så bra tillsammans : Om medvetet eller omedvetet samarbete mellan körsångare samt om formella och informella ledare i körstämman
Sammanfattning : Aim of the research: This essay describes what can happen between the singers in a choral voice and how the individuals differ in taking initiative and acting in leading roles. Method: I have done qualitative interview studies with conductors and singers, and also recording studies. LÄS MER
2. Medierande verktyg i körledarpraktik : en studie av arbetssätt och handling i körledning med barn och unga
Sammanfattning : In Sweden, approximately 5 % of the population sing in a choir or a singing group which means that about 500 000 people plus a number of choral conductors regularly meet in choir related practices. The aim of the present study is to describe, verbalize and make visible the mediating tools used by choir directors working with children and youth. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In Western European choral traditions, the ambition of most choirs is to attain an equalized blend of sound and to perform well together with regard to timing and intonation. In order to be able to synchronize this the choir members need to cooperate musically and listen to each other. LÄS MER
4. Medierande verktyg i körledarpraktik – en studie av arbetssätt och handling i körledning med barn och unga
Sammanfattning : Title: Mediating tools in the practice of choir directors – a study of working approaches and actions in choral conducting with children and youth. Abstract: In Sweden, approximately 5 % of the population sing in a choir or a singing group which means that about 500 000 people plus a number of choral conductors regularly meet in choir related practices. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The present study, together with my licentiate's dissertation, Music education and examination at the Royal Academy of Music during "the Pehr Frigel Era", 1796-1842, constitutes my doctoral dissertation. In the chapter Preludes, the relation between the two studies is accounted for. LÄS MER