On the Process of Sound Creation: Some Models for Teaching Artistic Creation in Music Using a Soundpainting Project in a French Primary School
Based on the most recent scientific activities in the field of research-creation and creative practice, the purpose of this project is to conceive an innovative transposition of new methodological issues (research-creation; practice as research, or practice-led research) in artistic creation teaching. Following an initial theoretical approach on the process of artistic creation, this paper will focus on the study of Soundpainting activities in a French classroom in order to highlight the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to teaching artistic creation. Here, sound creation is not an academic composition, but rather work on the organization of sounds using a variety of extended technical sounds or structures from contemporary musical aesthetics.
Giacco, Grazia and Coquillon, Soléne
"On the Process of Sound Creation: Some Models for Teaching Artistic
Creation in Music Using a Soundpainting Project in a French Primary
Visions of Research in Music Education: Vol. 28, Article 4.
Available at: https://opencommons.uconn.edu/vrme/vol28/iss1/4