Methodological education of unmetered folk songs
One of the issues waiting to be developed methodologically in our music, which is a separate science with its maqam and methods, is the education of unmetered folk songs. Nowadays, there is still no methodological thought developed to teach unmetered folk songs. Therefore, each thought about this need is important. Methodological education of unmetered folk songs has been developed according to enthusiasts with musical literacy. Methodological education of unmetered folk songs consists of the headings of the recognition of rhythmic patterns, rhythmic reading, education of hearing, solfege, pleasant singing study, and in-depth text interpretation. Rhythmic recognition will provide the education of getting the information required for the transition to rhythmic reading, rhythmic reading, and solfege. It is aimed to systematize the education of unmetered folk songs in Turkish folk music and to provide it with a methodological order. Thus, methodological education of unmetered folk songs is considered to make a significant contribution to the field of Turkish folk music in music schools.
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