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Document Type Doctoral Thesis
Author Steyn, Adriaan Hermanus
Email riaan@wdmail.co.za
URN etd-10172009-114915
Document Title Suzuki-gebaseerde riglyne vir orrelonderrig : 地 kritiese ontleding (Afrikaans)
Degree DMus
Department Music
Supervisor
Advisor Name Title
Prof W D Viljoen Supervisor
Keywords
  • kinderontwikkeling
  • orrelmetodiek
  • organ pedagogy
  • Zuzuki organ method
  • tradisionele orrelonderrig
  • Suzuki-orrelmetode
  • orrelpedagogiek
  • orrelonderrig
  • alternate organ teaching methods
  • child development
  • alternatiewe orrelonderrig
  • traditional organ teaching
  • organ teaching methods
  • organ teaching approaches
Date 2009-09-01
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
AFRIKAANS: Orrelonderrig word tradisioneel eers vanaf ongeveer dertien- of veertienjarige ouderdom aangebied. Vir toelating tot die studie word 地 gevorderde vaardigheid in klawerbordspel vereis asook die nodige fisieke bou wat pas by die afmetings van die instrument.

Die afname in orrelstudentgetalle wat die afgelope aantal jare op sekond靡e- sowel as tersi靡e vlak opgemerk word, vereis 地 dringende ondersoek na alternatiewe metodes om orrelonderrig meer toeganklik vir 地 leerder op 地 jonger ouderdom te maak.

Alternatiewe orrelmetodes wat nie bogenoemde klawerbordvaardigheid as 地 vereiste stel nie, word sedert 1990 in lande soos Brittanje, Verenigde State van Amerika, Nederland en Swede toegepas. Alhoewel hierdie metodes bedoel is vir onderrig aan jong spelers sowel as die volwasse beginner, is die Suzuki-orrelmetode in hierdie navorsingstudie gedentifiseer as die enigste metode tot op datum wat onderrig in manuaal- en pedaalspel insluit en wat geskik is vir die jonger leerder wat selfs oor geen leesvaardigheid beskik nie.

地 Kritiese evaluering van die Suzuki-orrelmetode het gelei tot die formulering van riglyne om orrelonderrig aan leerders op 地 vroer ouderdom moontlik te maak. Deur die orrel meer toeganklik te maak word 地 liefde vir die instrument en die unieke klank daarvan by die jong leerder gekweek. Die mening bestaan ook dat 地 kordinasievermo, wat een van die prim靡e vereistes vir suksesvolle orrelonderrig is, makliker op 地 jonger ouderdom aangeleer kan word.

Met inagneming van die onderskeie ontwikkelingsfases van die jong kind en deur die nodige aanpassings in die wyse van aanbieding, fisiese veranderings aan die instrument, asook die keuse van onderrigmateriaal, kan die afname in belangstelling in orrelonderrig tegewerk word. Hierdie alternatiewe sieninge kan sodoende 地 bydrae lewer tot die voortbestaan en behoud van orrelonderrig.

Verdere navorsing is egter nodig om die praktiese toepassing van hierdie riglyne in 地 Suid-Afrikaanse milieu deur middel van 地 empiriese ondersoek te toets.

ENGLISH: In a traditional context, organ tuition usually commences around the age of thirteen or fourteen. In addition to this age prerequisite, an advanced level of keyboard skills is mandatory as well as prospective students commensurate physical development in order for them to negotiate the dimensions of the organ console successfully.

The general decline in the number of organ students in recent years at secondary and tertiary levels has given rise to an urgent review of alternate approaches to organ teaching which are more accessible to future younger organ students.

Approaches that eschew advanced keyboard technique have been used in Britain, the United States of America, the Netherlands and Sweden since 1990. While these organ teaching methods are suitable for young as well as adult beginners, the Suzuki Organ Method highlighted in this study is the only approach to this date that includes manual and pedal technique and that is appropriate for younger students who may not have yet begun to read.

In this study, a critical evaluation of the Suzuki Organ Method has led to the development of achievable guidelines for organ method strategies for young students. In so doing, playing the organ is made far more accessible to younger organists as well as developing in them a love for the instrument and an appreciation of its unique sound. This study further recommends that as co-ordination is one of the primary requirements for the successful study of the organ, it is easier to learn this skill at a younger age.

It is possible to stem the decline in organ students by taking into account a number of factors, including the various developmental phases of the young child, appropriate adaptations in approaches to teaching, physical modifications to the instrument and the choice of teaching material. In so doing, this alternate method might contribute to a continuation of organ teaching.

Ongoing empirical research will be necessary to determine the practical application of these guidelines in a South African context.

ゥ 2009, University of Pretoria. All rights reserved. The copyright in this work vests in the University of Pretoria. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of the University of Pretoria.

Please cite as follows:

Steyn, AH 2009, Suzuki-gebaseerde riglyne vir orrelonderrig : 地 kritiese ontleding, DMus thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, viewed yymmdd < http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/available/etd-10172009-114915/ >

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