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See detailThe Role of Cultural Heritage in 21st-Century Music Education
Buzás, Zsuzsa; Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Civic Review (2020), 15(2019), 317-328

Cul­tural her­it­age is an in­teg­ral part of Hun­garian music edu­ca­tion. Folk tra­di­tions and folk songs are taught in every school, from the cap­ital city to the smal­lest vil­lages. Thou­sands of ... [more ▼]

Cul­tural her­it­age is an in­teg­ral part of Hun­garian music edu­ca­tion. Folk tra­di­tions and folk songs are taught in every school, from the cap­ital city to the smal­lest vil­lages. Thou­sands of songs were col­lec­ted by Zoltán Kodály and Béla Bartók, who ad­op­ted them in their clas­sical com­pos­i­tions. With this they earned fame for Hun­garian folk music and tra­di­tions. Zoltán Kodály also com­posed a series of music read­ing ma­ter­i­als, mainly based on folk songs, which is cur­rently used on all levels of Hun­garian music edu­ca­tion. Not only the Kodály concept, but the Táncház-method was also se­lec­ted in the Re­gister of Good Safe­guard­ing Prac­tices of UN­ESCO Cul­tural Her­it­age. In our di­gital age, the net-gen­er­a­tion, un­like the pre­vi­ous stu­dent pop­u­la­tions, can have dif­fer­ent habits, which is the reason why stu­dents’ music skills were tested with tech­no­logy-based meth­ods and tools. They are sur­roun­ded by pop­u­lar media; however, the value that folk tra­di­tion of­fers should be in­ev­it­able in their edu­ca­tion. The find­ings of our re­search provides input for the edu­ca­tional sys­tem about Hun­garian stu­dents’s music lit­er­acy, and their fa­mili­ar­ity with its vari­ous ele­ments, es­pe­cially with cer­tain com­pon­ents of their cul­tural her­it­age. [less ▲]

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See detailTESTING MUSIC READING WITH EYE TRACKING IN THREE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Buzas, Zsuzsa; Steklács, János; Sagrillo, Damien UL et al

in Max, Charles (Ed.) EAPRIL 2015 Proceedings (2016)

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 ... [more ▼]

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, reveal the characteristics of expert sight-readers and also to find text characteristics. During the examination students got six different musical examples (three for rythm reading, three 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 gender differences were revealed. Our further aim is examining the relationship between the development of reading and music reading skills. [less ▲]

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See detailAssessment of eye movement tracking on selected exercises
Maródi, Ágnes; Devosa, Iván; Buzás, Zsuzsa et al

in Max, Charles (Ed.) EAPRIL 2015 Proceedings (2016)

In our studies the eye movements of 10-11-years-old students were analyzed, while they were solving tasks related to the planar orientation in front of the Tobii T120. The students had to follow the ... [more ▼]

In our studies the eye movements of 10-11-years-old students were analyzed, while they were solving tasks related to the planar orientation in front of the Tobii T120. The students had to follow the instructions on the image according to the text of task guidelines. We found on the basis of various statistical and thermographic studies, that many of the tested students are not fully aware of the basic directions and more of them blended eastern and western directions. The tasks performed with instructions were more accurately solvable for students. Based on the studies exercises should be developed for students that are interesting, understandable and ameliorate the two-dimensional and three-dimensional orientations. [less ▲]

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See detailTesting music reading with eye tracking in three European countries textbooks
Buzás, Zsuzsa; Devosa, Iván; Maródi, Ágnes et al

Scientific Conference (2015, November 25)

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 ... [more ▼]

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. [less ▲]

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See detailStudy of eye movement on selected textbooks
Maródi, Ágnes; Devosa, Iván; Buzás, Zsuzsa et al

Scientific Conference (2015, November 25)

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See detailEye tracking researches in music literacy in European context
Sagrillo, Damien UL; Buzas, Zsuzsa

Scientific Conference (2015, June 08)

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