Materials and aids of teaching in the service of arts in teaching music

Other literature type Croatian OPEN
Novosel, Darko;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Croatian pedagogical literary society - Department of Split and Faculcy of philosophy Split
  • Journal: Školski vjesnik : časopis za pedagogijsku teoriju i praksu,volume 65,issue Tematski broj (issn: 0037-654X, eissn: 1848-0756)
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  • Subject: music; computer; didactics; electrofonics | glazba; računalo; didaktika; elektrofonija

The purpose of this paper is to establish if teaching agents and equipment are necessary in music education. While “vocal apparatus“ which we have as a bodily feature is sufficient for the production of vocal music, instrumental music can not be produced without an aid,... View more
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