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A Study of Music Creating at the Vocational High School Music Classes

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The purpose of this study was to inquire the representative sounds of different departments at a vocational high school through student music creating, using of music elements, student creating processes, and student opinions on the curriculum of creating music. A vocational high school with 7 departments is chosen to participate in this research for 6 weeks. Data collection including students’ creating works, observations, and worksheets are analyzed to form the three conclusions. First, the representative sounds of different departments: 1. The sounds were collected from students’ music creating works and these sounds of different tools or instruments representative different departments were because they appear in the highest frequency in the creating works; and 2. Buzzer, multimeters, computer, mechanical, engine, beaker, and stirrer represent department of electrical engineering, electronics, computer technology, mechanical technique, automobile, chemical engineering, and food processing respectively. Second was the use of music elements: 1. Rhythm had the highest percentage applied to students’ music creating, following are the tempo, articulation, and pitch; and 2. Students used different tools or instruments to have rhythm, tempo, and pitch change in their creating. Finally, the processes used and student opinions about creating music. Students were classified into three types of creating process—preparation, incubation and illumination, and verification. A common student opinion indicated that music creating is time consuming.
(5)They can make their own compositions better.
(6)They are satisfied after finishing their music creating.
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Chang, Che-Jung. "A Study of Music Creating at the Vocational High School Music Classes" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISME World Conference and Commission Seminars, Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Thessaloniki, Greece, Jul 15, 2012 <Not Available>. 2014-12-12 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p547726_index.html>

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Chang, C. , 2012-07-15 "A Study of Music Creating at the Vocational High School Music Classes" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISME World Conference and Commission Seminars, Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Thessaloniki, Greece <Not Available>. 2014-12-12 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p547726_index.html

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Abstract: The purpose of this study was to inquire the representative sounds of different departments at a vocational high school through student music creating, using of music elements, student creating processes, and student opinions on the curriculum of creating music. A vocational high school with 7 departments is chosen to participate in this research for 6 weeks. Data collection including students’ creating works, observations, and worksheets are analyzed to form the three conclusions. First, the representative sounds of different departments: 1. The sounds were collected from students’ music creating works and these sounds of different tools or instruments representative different departments were because they appear in the highest frequency in the creating works; and 2. Buzzer, multimeters, computer, mechanical, engine, beaker, and stirrer represent department of electrical engineering, electronics, computer technology, mechanical technique, automobile, chemical engineering, and food processing respectively. Second was the use of music elements: 1. Rhythm had the highest percentage applied to students’ music creating, following are the tempo, articulation, and pitch; and 2. Students used different tools or instruments to have rhythm, tempo, and pitch change in their creating. Finally, the processes used and student opinions about creating music. Students were classified into three types of creating process—preparation, incubation and illumination, and verification. A common student opinion indicated that music creating is time consuming.
(5)They can make their own compositions better.
(6)They are satisfied after finishing their music creating.


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