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Fazıl Say and the Classical Music Stage as Informal Learning Space

Second, revised edition

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Aylin Buran

Fazıl Say and the Classical Music Stage as Informal Learning Space is an exploration of the classical music stage within a framework of informal learning through the interactive concert performances of Fazıl Say. It delves into the artist’s conceptualization of the music-audience nexus along with his motivation for adopting an interactive manner that emerges through a verbal interaction between performer and listener during the concert performances. Using specific concert performances given in Malatya in Turkey, this book presents a detailed demonstration of such a space as a learning medium; and interprets its pedagogical meaning from both the artist’s and the audience’s perspectives.

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A academic concepts, 49, 52, 54, admiration, 77, 78, 89 aesthetic experience, 81, 85 affective, 67 affective behaviors, 77, 78 affective features, 88, 89 affective responses, 71,72 after concert questionnaire (ACQ), 60- 62 allowing everyone to participate in classical music activities, 22, 27 approach to public, 90 artistic quality, 71, 72, 77, 78 asymmetry, 3, 30, 54 awareness, 43, 43, 54, 57, 95, 96 awareness of a limited classical music knowledge, 86, 87, 92 B before concert questionnaire (BCQ), 60- 62 body language, 34 C changes of attitudes towards classical music, 84, 86 changes in opinions, 81, 82, 83 channel, 12 classical period, 20 cognitive interaction, 15 collaborationist, 41 collective informal learning, 46 complementary elements, 54, 58 concert duration, 84 concert with explanations, 22, 24 convenient sampling technique, 59, 64 creativity, 71, 72, 77, 78, 89 cultural-historical development, 49 cultural milieu, 44 cumulative music education and communication, 14 D deductive category application, 63 deep culture, 43 democratic stage, 97 development of culture, 48 discussion session, 85, 96 E educational aspect of the concert, 84, 85 education and experience, 42 emotional satisfaction, 74, 75, 76 emphasizing the importance of the younger generation, 22 environment, 50 experience, 50 expressive, 67 expressive plane, 10 F feeling fulfilled, 84, 92 feeling fulfilled beyond expectations 84, 92 formal education, 47 frame of listening, 15 fugue, 20 G guided listening, 18 H habitus, 44 having no other comparison group, 79, 89, 92 heightening intellectual and spiritual development, 67, 68, 71 helpful, 86 hierarchical position, 44...

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