Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

INFLUENCES OF EDUCATION, BACKGROUND AND PERSONALITY OF INTEREST ON THE EMBODIMENT OF AESTHETIC CHARACTERISTIC OF ART IN PIANO EDUCATION


Liu Xian, MD JAIS BIN ISMAIL

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.205

Keywords: piano education, relational aesthetics, Fusion of aesthetics and experience in music, Purification of aesthetic perception through music


Abstract

Piano is an essential subject for music majors since it is a mandatory requirement. Within the duality of referential and autonomous aesthetics, several creative and educational processes in music have yet to be identified. However, there has been a steady trend toward aesthetic practices that are more collaborative, social, and relationally based, which frequently start in other creative forms but affect music as well. The present study aims to analyze the influences of education, background, and interest on the embodiment of aesthetic characteristics in piano instruction. Using phrase "relational aesthetics" as a starting point, we analyze relational aesthetics' role and future possibilities in piano education. We also explore the relations of relational aesthetic theories such as music and communicative musicality in and around piano teaching. The study examines music environmental psychology, along with environmental factors, the fusion of aesthetic experiences, the purification of aesthetic perceptions, and musical spatial intelligence, in order to demonstrate the aesthetic value of eco-environmental psychology in piano instruction. As part of our discussion, we also considered piano ecology curriculum strategies.

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