Genres et compositeurs déclarés être écoutés en éducation musicale au collège, en France : enjeux didactiques et sociologiques

Abstract : Listening to musical works is a major activity in French general schools, junior high schools included. Given the freedom of choice of teachers, what about the repertoires which are declared to be taught in junior high schools? We question from a descriptive and explanatory viewpoint the genres and composers which are declared to be broadcast by music teachers (n=104) in 4 regional education authorities. What logic leads these teachers to choose some musical genre or other, some composer or other? The method used is a questionnaire-based survey work. If it is true that musical works from all periods, from the Middle Ages up to the present day are broadcast, the tonal/modal repertoire prevails. The works are mainly broadcast for the musical notions they convey, linked with the feasibility of their perception. The hypothesis according to which there would be significant reciprocal influence between teachers seniority in their occupation, their regional education authority of origin and certain choices is confirmed.
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Odile Tripier-Mondancin. Genres et compositeurs déclarés être écoutés en éducation musicale au collège, en France : enjeux didactiques et sociologiques . Éducation & Didactique, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2015, Education & Didactique, 9 (1), pp.81-105. ⟨hal-01134869⟩

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