Contents of musical and educational activities of master students in higher education institutions

Keywords: education, musical and educational activities, institution higher education, undergraduate


This publication discusses the notion of performing and educating undergraduate students of art institutions of higher education, which not only requires professional playing skills and abilities, but also includes elements of educational activities. Thus, for the modern professional preparation of the undergraduate student, organic unity of performance of musical works and verbal communication with the listening audience becomes essential. He or she should learn to be proficient in fluency and lively words. Add to this the ability to prepare emotionally rich and engaging conversations for different audiences, find appropriate music material that may interest the listener as a whole. Within the framework of higher music education, there are a number of important functions inherent in the modern master-educator: cognitive-heuristic, creatively-reproducing, organizational, communicative-emotional. Therefore, for the undergraduate students of art institutions of higher education it is extremely important to develop artistic and volitional qualities aimed at the ability to speak publicly to an audience with the interpretation of musical works. The specificity of the instrumental and performing training of the undergraduate students is that already at the stage of processing a piece of music, they must “see” in front of those listeners with whom they will share the material. Thus, performing and enlightening skills of undergraduate students are acquired as a result of certain actions formed as a result of repeated repetition. They are necessary for the realization of musical education and are characterized by a high degree of mastering. Such skills include: selection and necessary didactic processing of theoretical material; perfect processing of musical material in the performance activity; formed oratorical skills; developed communication skills. The analysis of educational activity gives us the opportunity to define the meaning of the concept of performing and educational skills of undergraduate students of arts ZVO as didactically expedient ways of action, which provide independent mastery of musical material at the performing and verbal levels with the possibility of its transformation into musical activity.

Author Biographies

Oleh Palazhenko, Rivne State University of Humanities (Rivne, Ukraine)

Palazhenko Oleh Petrovych, Candidate of Pedagogy ( Ph.D.), Associate Professor at the Faculty of arts, Rivne State University of Humanities (Rivne, Ukraine)

Hennadiy Fiskov, Rivne State University of Humanities (Rivne, Ukraine)

Fiskov Hennadiy Mykolaiovych, senior lecturer at the Faculty of arts, Rivne State University of Humanities


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How to Cite
Palazhenko, O., & Fiskov, H. (2019). Contents of musical and educational activities of master students in higher education institutions. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 14. Theory and Methodology of Arts Education, 27, 57-61.