Κατεύθυνση Μουσική και Κουλτούρα: διεπιστημονικές αναλύσεις και εφαρμογέςLibrary of the School of Philosophy
Γιώργοs Μανιάτηs, Ομότιμοs Καθηγητήs του Τμήματος Επικοινωνίας και Μ.Μ.Ε. του Εθνικού και Καποδιστριακού Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών
Το έργο της Μυρσίνης Κλεάνθους-Παπαδημητρίου «Παιχνίδια με τραγούδια – Οργανωμένα με βάση την αρχή της εργασίας για παιδιά ως 12 χρόνων»: άξονες σύνδεσης με τις αρχές και τη φιλοσοφία της Νέας Αγωγής και των μουσικοπαιδαγωγικών θεωριών της αντίστοιχης περιόδου (τέλη 19ου αιώνα και πρώτες δεκαετίες 20ου αιώνα).
The work of Myrsini Kleanthous-Papadimitriou "Games with songs - Organized by the principle of work for children up to 12 years": axes connecting with the principles and philosophy of New Education and the music-pedagogical theories of the respective period (late 19th century and early 20th century).
The postgraduate thesis deals with the book of Myrsin Kleanthous-Papadimitriou "Games with songs - Organized by the principle of work for children up to 12 years" and the axes connecting this work with the principles and philosophy of New Education and the musical-pedagogical theories of the same era (late 19th century and first decades of the 20th century).
The first part of the thesis includes a historical-theoretical retrospection in two contexts: a) the reformary movement of New Education and b) musical-pedagogical theory and practice, focusing on the period from the late 19th century to the first decades of the 20th century.
Part B of the thesis includes the historical-interpretive approach and Quality Analysis of the book's content. The two above frameworks were defined as thematic axes of content and the characteristics that permeate the principles and methods of the pedagogues of the New Education and the music educators of the same period were defined as the categories of analysis.
The analysis showed that the philosophy and the purpose of the writing of the book, the methods of learning it includes, the musicological characteristics of the songs, the theme of their lyrics, the enveloping of the songs, and their pedagogical function are connected both with the axes of the New Age as well as with musical-pedagogical theories of the same period.
The author systematized an original method where the song was a focal point for the development of superior forms of pedagogical games that combined dramatic, mimetic, rhythmic and competitive play with music, movement, craft work and knowledge of nature. The book is a landmark for Greek education and in particular music education.
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Song, play, child, work principle, project.
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