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Mindful Music: An Analysis of Learning and Methods of Teaching Music

af Margo Hein Johnson

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INTRODUCTION

Renowned pianist Arthur Rubenstein shares the following account of an
important moment in his early life. Although still a child at the time he
auditioned for the great violinist Joachim, [Rubenstein] had developed
considerable skill in piano performance (Rubenstein, 1973). Given the high level
of skills this young pianist already possessed what more would Joachim want to
know about the child? What recommendations would he make to support and
ensure Rubenstein's future musical development?
The master violinist went beyond listening to Rubenstein's
performance. He asked him to name notes, repeat given notes after
they were played, play back notes and melodies, harmonize soprano
lines, and transpose entire passages from one key to another. Concerned about
the future development of the young pianist, Joachim recommended that the child
be taken to concerts of quality music and that his sight singing be improved.
Soon, Rubenstein was playing Mozart concertos at sight. Composition and
improvisation lessons were taken so that if a lapse in memory were to occur, the
pianist could continue to play in the style and form of the piece (Davidson and
Scripp, 1992,393 - 394).
Joachim, as a master teacher, was concerned with much more than Rubenstein's
performance ability. He was concerned with issues that extend beyond the 'normal
lessons' of musical learning. His view of learning music (and teaching) was obviously
broad and one that extended beyond the immediate needs of the student who came
seeking his advice and instruction. Joachim wanted Rubenstein to have internalized
concepts of music and to understand them with respect to how they affected his
performance on the piano.
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