Music Teachers' Usage of the Breathing and Voice Exercises in Song Teaching

Gulnihal Gul


Singing has a profound effect on the child's mental and emotional development and is directly related to the basic mental functions and physiological development. In this context, it is considered that voice training with the aim of using the voice correctly and effectively is necessary in the general music education and breathing and voice exercises have a particular importance for good and quality sound production in this process.

With this idea, in this research, it was aimed to determine the situation of music teachers in Turkey on using breathing and voice exercises while singing in events held in the context of the general music education. According to findings obtained from the research, it has been determined that music teachers' usage of breathing and voice exercises differ according to the institution they are studying, the weekly hours of the music lesson and the inadequacy of the classroom equipment influenced the use of breathing and voice exercises by music teachers in song teaching and teachers felt that they were sufficient enough to accompany themselves to voice exercises.

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