Levels and Indicators for Assessment of Singing Voice of 6–8 Year-old Children

  • Jelena Davidova Daugavpils University, Latvija
  • Galina Zavadska Daugavpils University, Latvija
  • Asta Rauduvaitė Vytautas Magnus University
Keywords: assessment levels and indicators, singing voice, 6–8 year-old children

Abstract

Clearly missing are studies that analyse 6–8 year-old children’s singing and at the basis of which are concepts that describe aspects of breathing, intonation and articulation and their simultaneous combination. In other words, this research domain needs an emphasis on the structural aspects of singing. The aim of the research was to elaborate levels and indicators for the assessment of singing voice of 6–8 year-old children, according to four dimensions: expression, breathing, intonation, and articulation. On the basis of the analysis of conceptions of the development of coordination between musical hearing and the vocal apparatus offered by several expertise authors, the present study includes elaborated assessment levels and indicators of singing voice of 6–8 year-old children according to four dimensions: expression, breathing, intonation, articulation.

Author Biographies

Jelena Davidova, Daugavpils University, Latvija

Daugavpils University, Faculty of Education and Management, Latvija

Galina Zavadska, Daugavpils University, Latvija

Daugavpils University, Scientific Institute of Arts, Latvija

Asta Rauduvaitė, Vytautas Magnus University

Vytautas Magnus University, Academy of Education, Lithuania

Published
2019-07-13
How to Cite
Davidova, J., Zavadska, G., & Rauduvaitė, A. (2019). Levels and Indicators for Assessment of Singing Voice of 6–8 Year-old Children. Pedagogy, 133(1), 149-160. https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2019.133.8
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