Zeitschrift für die Welt der Türken / Journal of World of Turks, Vol 10, No 3 (2018)

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THE ADAPTATION OF TURKISH FOLK DANCES IN AMASYA REGION TO VIOLIN EDUCATION

Beyza KARAKAŞ, Mehlika DÜNDAR

Abstract


Usage of Turkish folk dances of the amasya region in violin education, folk dances are traditional dances in which the common feelings and thoughts of the people have been reflected by movement, rhythm, melody and meaningful physical movements for centuries.The subject of the study is the use of the violin instrument, which has sound boundaries, technical capacity, impressive and powerful expression features within the scope of instrument education in the music education, in the violin education and teaching process and the non-verbal Turkish folk dance melodies which are inseparable parts of our cultural values.In this context, various works have been carried out to make folk music melodies, one of the components of our cultural heritage, suitable for violin education by adhering to the essence of original tunes in order to teach musical expression, left and right hand techniques within the framework of violin education. In this context, in order to teach folk songs melodies, musical expression, left and right hand techniques, which are part of our cultural heritage, various works have been done to make it suitable for violin education by adhering to the essence of original tunes. Turkish folk dance melodies of Amasya region, which are considered appropriate to adapt to violin training and suitable for violin training, constitute the sample group of the research.

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