歌唱時の「感じたものを表現する」ことに関する一考察 －身体感覚を生かす音楽教育に向けて－歌唱時の「感じたものを表現する」ことに関する一考察 －身体感覚を生かす音楽教育に向けて－AA1252511X A Study on “Express What One Felt” while Singing: Toward Musical Education that Utilizes Somatic Sensation
This study investigated somatic sensation and mood before and after singing in order to reveal the changes in these while engaging in musical activity. A questionnaire was used to measure changes in emotions, with “Focusing” techniques applied to measure the expression of somatic sensation. As a result, changes in moods that were found included decrease in nervousness, depression and exhaustion while vitality increased. In regard to images, it was revealed that when singing, the person experiences various images and not just images that are directly related to the music. Such images are believed to be created by being conscious of one’s somatic sensation. It was confirmed that by diverting one’s attention to somatic sensation during musical activity, a variety of sensations can be created by immersing oneself in the music. It is desirable for this result to be used to future musical education.