USING FINALE NOTE EDITOR DURING DISTANCE EDUCATION OF MUSIC DISCIPLINES

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33407/itlt.v92i6.5128

Keywords:

Internet technologies, Finale notator, student musician, distance learning

Abstract

The article reveals the problem of training future music teachers during distance learning. The peculiarities of the distance educational process in the institution of higher education are analyzed, in particular, teaching the musical disciplines ("Practicum of the school musical repertoire", "Organization of extracurricular musical and educational work", "Choir conducting") to future teachers of musical art. It was determined that one of the main difficulties faced by the teacher and students when working remotely is the lack of a musical instrument at home in a significant number of students, which complicates the reproduction of a musical piece for choral conducting, presentation of the school song repertoire, and musical and pedagogical analysis of the piece. The expediency of using multimedia technologies, in particular the Finale sheet music editor, in the course of distance learning of musical disciplines by future music teachers is argued. An overview of the Finale Notator (a computer music program that helps you write sheet music, choral scores and orchestration, edit, listen to music, burn music to audio CDs, transport files in midi and graphic formats) is given. Its main functions of application during the distance educational process are highlighted (visual: visual-auditory presentation of the melody of the school song and music repertoire, parts of a choral piece; auditory: reproduction of the musical text, score, accompaniment; educational: a tool for creating the melody of the school song repertoire, choral score ).Methodical tips for using the Finale music notator when studying music disciplines remotely have been developed. The approbation of the effectiveness of the specified methodical advice in the educational process of a higher educational institution is highlighted. Comparison of the results obtained during the experiment in the experimental and control groups (EG – 93.4%, while CG students received lower data – 78.2%), showed a positive change in the levels of training of future music teachers in general secondary education institutions by means of music Finale notator.

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Author Biography

Tetiana V. Sovik, Ivan Ohiienko Kamianets-Podilskyi National University

PhD of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Musical Arts

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Published

2022-12-30

How to Cite

[1]
Sovik Т. В., “USING FINALE NOTE EDITOR DURING DISTANCE EDUCATION OF MUSIC DISCIPLINES”, ITLT, vol. 92, no. 6, pp. 154–171, Dec. 2022.

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ICT and learning tools in the higher education establishments