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Instrument training process students to reach specific target behaviors and behavioral changes are expected. This target behaviors in the process of gaining the implementation of certain standards, be made on the basis of scientific training methods and techniques are of utmost importance. In our country, the lack of violin crafted methods for children and educational books are outstanding.
In this study, targeted technical behavior of the violin method were investigated as the content which was prepared for younger children "Little Fiddler". To obtain data 22 pieces that different target within the violin methot in order to determine the behavioral objectives content analysis was performed. This study also shed light on violin teacher training and resources that are important in terms of being.
Daha sonra la telinde 1. Tablo 1. Tablo 2. Tablo 3. Tablo 4. Tablo 5. Tablo 6. Tablo 7. Tablo 8. Tablo 9. Tablo Parmak - Sol elin 1. Sonra ise 1. İstanbul Kurtaslan, Z.
Kara, M. Pirgon, Y. Cilt 2. Karasar, N. Burunbatur, M. Say, A. Thus, the methods and approaches, which will particularly be intended for children, should be selected rigorously.
Instrument methods have been revamped with modern educational perceptions that have been developed through the ages. Consistency of the method and international recognition of the application results are crucial within its definition in its age.
Considering the methods used in violin training for children, the extensity of Suzuki violin method can be underlined. The reason for this is the violin training method of Suzuki. Suzuki identifies music training with language education and suggests that people can learn to play instruments from the early stages of their lives. It is apparent that among all European violin methods, the violin methods intended for children are prepared in accordance with the physical and cognitive development characteristics of the children.
It is considered appropriate for education of children between the ages of 6 and 12 to teach simple bow pulling and pushing movements, the use of the upper and lower halves of the bow, and the simple notes such as quaver, crotchet and half-notes. When we reviewed through the studies conducted before , the release date of the Little Violinist violin method in Turkey, no previous violin methods prepared particularly for children were observed.
However, it is known that there are violin methods intended for high-school level music schools and for music institutions of the universities that offer vocational music education programs.
Even though the emergence of these methods does not date back to a long time ago, it would not be wrong to say that these methods filled a significant gap in violin education. The sub-goal of this study is to provide a detailed explanation of this method to the violin teachers offering courses for the children between the ages of 6 and Survey model is a research approach, which aims to describe a past or present situation as it is. The studies including 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers are played respectively.
The studies lead the student towards the songs for the intended behaviours. Some of the songs, which are selected for the target behaviours within the method and adapted to violin, are written by the author; others are the nursery rhymes and other known ballads. The A string is the most similar string to the natural position of our bodies. When internationally recognized violin methods, such as Sassmanhaus, Suzuki, Sitt are reviewed, it can be observed that those methods also begin with A string.
In this case, it can be concluded that the starting string is correct and universal. The selected songs are prepared based on the target behaviours of Miller-Rusch method. It is observed at the end of this research that the experimental group was able to play in the middle, lower and upper parts and the entire violin with the songs prepared based on the target behaviours of Miller-Rusch method.
Training programs may be supported with different methods to improve and consolidate the target behaviours. The future violin methods may be shaped and extended within the framework of aforementioned target behaviours.
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