12. The Methodology of Music Education Lesson Completeness by Means of the Vocal-Choral Singing Dominant Activity

  • 1 „Alecu Russo” State University from Bălţi,

Abstract

Choral singing has always been an activity in which the participant, the choir singers sang together, achieved the same goals, lived and perceived music together. In the music education lesson, the choral-vocal singing is an activity with great teaching and educational possibilities. It is one of the most accessible ways of interpreting music in school. This article methodologically investigates the completeness of the music education lesson with the dominant activity of vocal-choral singing.

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