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Title:ODKRIVANJE POJAVA SINESTEZIJ
Authors:Pintar, Anja (Author)
Črčinovič Rozman, Janja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Način doživljanja vidnih in slušnih predstav je pri vsakem posamezniku drugačen. Ob poslušanju neke melodije slušni dražljaj izzove zvočni in vidni vtis. Te vidne vtise, ki se nam porajajo ob poslušanju glasbe, imenujemo sinestezije. Testirali smo 20 učencev Zasebne glasbene šole v samostanu sv Petra in Pavla, pri čemer smo želeli ugotoviti povezanost med toni in barvami ter skladbami in barvami pri teh učencih. Rezultate vprašalnikov smo obdelali kvantitativno. Dobljene rezultate predstavljamo grafično in v preglednicah. Podatki so obdelani v odstotkih. 17 učencev je povezalo določen ton z določeno barvo, izstopal je en učenec, ki je pri ponovitvi poskusa dvema tonoma določil isto barvo. 79% učencev je v obeh poskusih z enakimi besedami opisalo 4. skladbo. 2. skladbo je v obeh poskusih enako opisalo 68,4% učencev. 1. skladbo je v obeh poskusih enako opisalo 63,2% učencev, 3. skladbo pa je v obeh poskusih enako opisalo 57,9% učencev. Ugotavljam, da so barve pri pouku glasbene vzgoje lahko v pomoč pri razvoju glasbenih melodičnih sposobnosti otrok, če pri tem uporabimo sodobne pristope poučevanja.
Keywords:KLJUČNE BESEDE: sinestezija, glasba, ton, barva, povezovanje tonov z barvami, psihologija percepcije.
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[A. Pintar]
Source:Maribor
UDC:78(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17375752 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:13SCPQOZ
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Language:English
Title:DETECTING THE OCCURRENCE OF SYNAESTHESIA
Abstract:Every individual experiences visual and audible differently. While listening to certain melody a stimulus elicites audible and visual impression. Those visual impressions, which arise when we listen to music, are called synesthesia. We tested 20 pupils at the Private Music School in the Monastery of Saint Peter and Pavel and tried to establish how pupils connect tones and colours, and compositions and colours. The results of the questionnaires were processed quantitatively. They are presented graphically and in the tables. Data are presented in percents. 17 pupils connected certain tone with certain colour. Among them one pupil marked two tones with the same colour in both attempts. 79% of learners described the fourth composition with the same words in both attempts . 2. The second composition was equally described by 68,4% of pupils in both attempts. 1. 63.2% of pupils described the first composition equally in both attempts, and 57.9% of pupils described the third composition equally. I have established that using colours in music education can help to develop music melodic abilities of children if we use modern methods of teaching.
Keywords:KEYWORDS: synesthesia, music, tone, colour, connecting tones with colours, the psychology of perception.


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