A Teaching Experiment to Measure the Extent to which Vocalization Contributes to the Development of Selected Instrumental Music Performance Skills: A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Two Teaching Techniques on Instrumental Music Performance Utilizing the Watkins-Farnum Performance Scale
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14 lessons Appendix A-l articulation patterns Bassoon Bodegraven Brass Instruments brass sections control group CORRELATIONS counting the rhythm delimited differences in gains effectiveness of vocalization Elkhart Evaluators Evanston experimental group sang Experimental Music expression marks Flute French Horn gains of performance grade Instru Instrumental music classes instrumental music performance instrumental music program instrumental music students Instrumental Performance Instrumentalist interquartile range Jersey lesson material lesson presentations letter names lowest quarter measure the effectiveness Millburn Township Morristown Music Company Music Educators Journal music performance skills musical activities note and rest null hypothesis Oboe percussion instrument Playing and Teaching post test pretest Public Schools quartile rhythm patterns Saxophone scheduled segment selected instrumental music singing slurring Summy-Birchard Company t-TEST APPLIED Table teaching experiment Teaching Techniques tempo test exercises Trombone unpublished Doctoral thesis vocal and instrumental VOCALIZATION CONTRIBUTES Watkins Watkins-Farnum Performance Scale woodwind and brass woodwind sections Xn Xn Xn XXXX XXXX York University