A INTERDISCIPLINARIDADE COMO FATOR ESSENCIAL ÀS EXPERIÊNCIAS SENSORIAIS NO PROCESSO DE EDUCAÇÃO MUSICAL

Maria Beatriz Licursi Conceição, Levi Leonido, Alfred Sholl-Franco, Harlei Elbert

Abstract


This study aims to highlight the importance of interdisciplinary areas involved in artistic and educational process for the musical representation. The review of the literature will be to explore how the knowledge of particular resources to cognitive competence, especially the musical competence, favors the structured development processes as understanding, assimilation and consolidation of learning. Such processes occur in parallel with the development of specific skills, like perception and motor coordination. Thus, interdisciplinarity promotes integration of intra and interpersonal factors fundamental to the musician and the establishment of the social function of music. We emphasize the need of the entire educational process through the interface of music, arts and body language towards the appreciation of music education and the Brazilian culture. In addition to the educational aspect, we recognize the teacher as an important maestro in the process of continuous transformation of the individual dedicated to their physical and intellectual development.

 

 

Index Terms – educational process - interdisciplinarity -cognitive competence.


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