Bland mästare och mentorer: En studie av hur kompositionslärare beskriver arbetssätt för kompositionspedagogiskt lärande och övning på gymnasie- och folkhögskolenivå

Detta är en Uppsats för yrkesexamina på avancerad nivå från Lunds universitet/Musikhögskolan i Malmö

Sammanfattning: "Among Masters and Mentors" is a thesis which aims to investigate how four composition teachers in college preparatory music education programs view their teaching compared to their craftmanship as composers. The study has a special focus on the independent practice of composition and examines how the teachers themselves practice and which aspects of this they wish to transfer into their teaching. To give concrete examples of the effects of different working methods, the interview study has been supplemented with an artistic study in which the author Daniel Möllås - also a trained composer in the bachelor’s and master’s program at Malmö Academy of Music - examines his own composition work and shows the effects of different approaches to creation and practice. The theoretical framework is based on a socio-cultural perspective with scaffolding as a recurring concept, which is also being compared with the theory of mastery and specifically it’s focus on imitation. The results show composition as a craft that can be divided into two parts: the technical craft that is closely associated with mastery, and the creative craft that is close to the principle of scaffolding. The final goal aims towards that the composer should be able to reach a stage where he/she creates his/her own rules and frames in his/her work, that is self-scaffolding.

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