Psychological and Pedagogical Aspects of Teaching Students in the Field of Music

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Author(s): Olga Buchma-Bernatska, Natalia Chystiakova, Leonid Bazylchuk, Olha Putiatytska, Marianna Kopytsia, & Oksana Zakharova

To cite this article: Buchma-Bernatska, O., Chystiakova, N., Bazylchuk L., Putiatytska, O., Marianna Kopytsia, M., and Zakharova, O. (2023). Psychological and pedagogical aspects of teaching students in the field of music, Ways of modernizing education and improving the research skills of young people, Youth Voice Journal Vol. I, pp. 9-19. ISBN (ONLINE): 978-1-911634-95-9



The main objective of this article is to examine the current teaching approaches in higher musical institutions and identify the psychological and pedagogical factors involved in developing and implementing the curriculum for playing wind instruments, conducting, accompanimenting in the theatre, and working with wind ensembles. Additionally, the article aims to provide methodological recommendations for the advancement and application of new educational approaches within the curriculum for students enrolled in the departments of wind instruments and conducting. The study primarily focuses on the theoretical examination of psychological and pedagogical aspects related to teaching young individuals to play wind musical instruments, conduct, and collaborate with wind ensembles. Various research methods, including system analysis, logical analysis, comparative meth- od, synthesis, deduction, and classification method, were employed to achieve this objective. The article presents the findings of the analysis conducted on existing teaching approaches, highlights the psychological and pedagogical factors relevant to the curriculum, and compiles methodological recommendations for the implementation of innovative educational approaches for students in the respective departments.

The study is important for understanding and improving the effectiveness of teaching and developing students in playing wind instruments, conducting and working with wind ensembles. The research is important for the development of mu- sic education and performance skills. Based on the results, pedagogical teaching methods can be im- proved, technical and musical skills of students can be improved, contributing to the development of their creativity and expressiveness in performance. In addition, the study has a positive impact on the development of the music industry, contributing to the professional development of musicians and conductors.

The materials of the article are of practical value for teachers and students of higher musical institutions, wind musicians and wind band conductors.

Keywords: training of wind musicians, styles of teaching, educational process, musician’s reflection, musical expressiveness

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