Reference : Apprentissage formel, non-formel et informel de musique dans la communauté
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Apprentissage formel, non-formel et informel de musique dans la communauté
[en] Formal, Non-formal and Informal Learning in Community Music
Sagrillo, Damien mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (IPSE) >]
Créer pour éduquer. La place de la transdisciplinarité
[fr] « Community music » ; Musique pour amateurs ; Apprentissage formel, non-formel et informel ; Musique à vent
[en] The practice of music lovers is based on leisure activities. But many other components could be grouped from a perspective of community music. First, it seems that it is totally dissociated from traditional methods of musical learning of a formal or non-formal nature. However, it would preferably be linked to informal education. Music in the community is presented as a counter-phenomenon to the highly professionalised musical culture (Lichtinger, 2013).
The term ‘community music’ is perfectly appropriate to trace the process of a musical education of young people that often begins with an amateur phase to lead later to the professional life for the most skilled, either to describe the musical training and life of young amateurs, or to trace the life of amateur musicians throughout the life of these musicians.
I will present definitions for each of the three training aspects. Next, I will relate the two concepts – that of the three aspects of musical formation and that of music in the community – by giving examples of widespread musical practice, namely wind music (and / or choral) to finally compare models of musical learning.
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