Reference : Testing music reading with eye tracking in three European countries textbooks
Scientific congresses, symposiums and conference proceedings : Unpublished conference
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Education & instruction
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/23152
Testing music reading with eye tracking in three European countries textbooks
English
Buzás, Zsuzsa [Kesckemét College]
Devosa, Iván [University of Szeged]
Maródi, Ágnes [University of Szeged]
Steklács, János [Kesckemét College]
Sagrillo, Damien mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (IPSE) >]
25-Nov-2015
In our research we examined 10-14 years old students' music reading skills with eye tracking analysis in different music schools in Luxembourg, Germany and Hungary. Our aims were to explore certain music reading strategies, find possibilities of teaching them, reveal the characteristics of expert sight-reading strategy users and also to find gender differences. During the examination students got six different musical examples (3 for rythm reading, 3 for singing from Zoltán Kodály) that appeared on a computer's screen, and after one minute silent reading they performed them.The results suggest that the knowledge of musical patterns strongly influences not only the duration and accuration of a musical performance, but the fixation counts, and also several gender differences were revealed. Our further aim is examining the relationship between the development of reading and music reading skills.
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International
Eapril Conference
25 novembre 2015
Université du Luxembourg
Esch-sur-Alzette
Luxembourg
[en] Music Education ; Eye Tracking
[en] In our research we examined 10-14 years old students' music reading skills with eye tracking analysis in different music schools in Luxembourg, Germany and Hungary. Our aims were to explore certain music reading strategies, find possibilities of teaching them, reveal the characteristics of expert sight-reading strategy users and also to find gender differences. During the examination students got six different musical examples (3 for rythm reading, 3 for singing from Zoltán Kodály) that appeared on a computer's screen, and after one minute silent reading they performed them.The results suggest that the knowledge of musical patterns strongly influences not only the duration and accuration of a musical performance, but the fixation counts, and also several gender differences were revealed. Our further aim is examining the relationship between the development of reading and music reading skills.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/23152

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