The Formation and Development of the Coordination between 6-8 Year-old Children’s Vocal Apparatus and Musical Hearing in the Process of Learning Singing
|Autorius||Jeļena Davidova, Gaļina Zavadska, Ming-Jen Chuang, Asta Rauduvaitė|
|Leidykla||Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas|
A beautiful voice is of great importance in music because music begins with singing and the first instrument is the human voice. The development of a child’s voice requires the greatest attention at the age of 6-8 because singing is a way how to develop and improve the voice.
The aims of this study: 1) to compare children’s singing voice development, 2) to explore the developmental process of coordination between musical hearing and the vocal apparatus of 6-8 year-old children from Latvia, Lithuania and Taiwan during the process of singing. Within the framework of this project, it was planned to determine and experimentally verify teaching strategies for the development of coordination between musical hearing and the vocal apparatus of 6-8 year-old children from Latvia, Lithuania and Taiwan during the process of singing.