THE IMPORTANCE OF THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL FACTOR OF VOCAL PROCESS IN THE TRAINING SYSTEM OF A FUTURE ACTOR

  • L. O. Grin' Zaporizhzhya National University
  • D. O. Shupranova Zaporizhzhya National University
Keywords: professional training of actors, theory of the process of voice formation, structure of the apparatus, of vocal and technical complex

Abstract

The problem of improving the quality of professional training of a future actor of Music and Drama Theater, which is characterized by an orientation to increase the level of their vocal skills becomes relevant in the field of view of researchers. The more effective the vocal training of the student, the better their vocal activity will be. The article considered scientific and theoretical aspects of many outstanding foreign scientists and defined practical approaches to this problem. The traditions of vocal pedagogy are based on the methods of formation of the performing level of singing art, polished by centuries-old achievements in the historical and cultural development of the national features of this people and approved through stylistic epochs and directions. The vocal voice of the actor is primarily a “professional instrument”, which has a complex mechanism, in the process of further development undergoes various external influences. However, this professional “instrument” requires the use of various special methodological techniques to overcome psycho-physiological factors that prevent the professional formation of the performer – actor-vocalist. The anatomical structure of the voice apparatus is very complex, but necessary for the actor to understand the process of formation of vocal sounds. Considering singing as one of the functions of the human body, it is subject to the main patterns of activity of the nervous system, which controls the life of the whole body. Modern knowledge of neurophysiology makes it possible to understand the functioning of the voice complex and to manage its correct development not only on the basis of subjective perceptions and intuition of the teacher, but also on the basis of scientific developments. The specificity of the pedagogic direction of vocal education in higher education institutions requires the possession of a scientific and theoretical knowledge base on vocal pedagogy, awareness of the patterns of the process of voice formation and a high level of vocal and technical complex of skills.

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Published
2020-10-21
How to Cite
Grin’, L. O., & Shupranova, D. O. (2020). THE IMPORTANCE OF THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL FACTOR OF VOCAL PROCESS IN THE TRAINING SYSTEM OF A FUTURE ACTOR. Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Pedagogical Sciences, (1), 120-125. Retrieved from http://journalsofznu.zp.ua/index.php/pedagogics/article/view/1450