TITLE

Müzik Öğretmeni Yetiştiren Kurumlarda Eğitim Görmekte Olan Şan Öğrencilerinin Konser Kaygılarının Değerlendirilmesi

AUTHOR(S)
Şahın, Elif; Sağlam, Atilla
PUB. DATE
August 2007
SOURCE
Gazi University Journal of Gazi Educational Faculty (GUJGEF);2007, Issue 2, p157
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study aims to investigate whether singing students who have trained in the graduate programs of music education departments have actually appeared as solo in the concerts, to find out their views on the state of their anxiety which causes the excitement/nervousness they experience before, during and after solo concert activities and to throw a light on the relations between these variables or their relations with other variables (such as gender, education level, etc.). Research question of the study is determined as "What is the state of the vocalization anxiety of singing students who have participated as solo in the concerts have been realized in Music Teacher Training Institutions?". 3 sub-questions are investigated.
ACCESSION #
28142636

 

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