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Conversational Solfege

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Lauren Mascioli

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Music literacy should follow model of language acquisition
Conversational Solfege
Goal of Conversational Solfege is to develop music literacy.

Development of skills that allow for music literacy explored by:

Guido d'Arezzo
Lowell Mason
Sarah Glover
John Curwen
Fritz Jode
Thaddeus Giddings
Zoltan Kodaly
Edwin Gordon
3 Readiness Skills
1.)
Tuneful:
comfortable and accurate singing skills
2.)
Beatful:
Comfortable and accurate moving skills with beat in metrical groups of 2 or 3
3.)
Artful:
Expressive sensitivity
The 12 Stages of Conversational Solfege
1.)
Readiness
- Rote
2.)
Conversational Solfege
- Rote
3.)
Conversational Solfege
- Decode-Familiar
4.)
Conversational Solfege
- Decode-Unfamiliar
5.)
Conversational Solfege
- Create
6.)
Reading
- Rote
7.)
Reading
- Decode-Familiar
8.)
Reading
- Decode-Unfamiliar
9.)
Writing
- Rote
10.)
Writing
- Decode-Familiar
11.)
Writing
- Decode-Unfamiliar
12.)
Writing
- Create
"Music literacy develops the ability to hear what is seen and see what is heard."
Development of ear comprehension precedes reading, writing, or grammatical structure education
"Artfulness" is often overlooked as a requirement for literacy
John Feierabend
Leading thinker on childhood musical development
Committed to finding and collecting American folk music
acts as a bridge to help students understand and enjoy classical music
Belief that community is developed when generations share experiences and a common folk music
2 methods: First Steps in Music, and Conversational Solfege
FAME (Feierabend Association for Music Education)
Professor at Hartt School of Music
Sources
Closet key. (2013). Retrieved from www.bethsmusicnotes.blogspot.com

Feierabend, J. (2000). Conversational solfege. Chicago: GIA. Retrieved from http://www.giamusic.com/pdf/Conversational_Solfege.pdf

Feierabend, J. (2012). Developing music literacy with conversational solfege: An aural approach for an aural art. Retrieved from http://www.feierabendmusic.org/conversational-solfege

Feierabend, J. (1990). First steps in music assessment. Retrieved from http://www.feierabendmusic.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/ First_Steps_in_Music_Assessment_form.pdf


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