Singing is what we do (together) - redefining "together" : A comparative study
van der Sandt, J., Schaumberger, H., Coppi, A., Salminen, S., & Wolf, M. (2021). Singing is what we do (together) - redefining "together" : A comparative study. Formazione & Insegnamento, 16(3), 28-54. https://doi.org/10.7346/-fei-XIX-03-21_03
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This article discusses the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on singing with children in schools by providing a descriptive analysis of a comparative look at children's experiences of their singing habits and emotional well-being during the first Covid-19 lockdown. Covid-19 has established itself as (for now) an ever-present variable in our daily lives. This paper offers a descriptive analysis of a comparative study of the Covid-19 lockdown(s) influence on children's singing habits and emotional well-being in Italy, Austria, and Finland. A survey was carried out on children and young people aged 10-20 from Austria, Finland, and Italy on how the Coronavirus lockdown has impacted their everyday lives and their general well-being. Attributes analysed are age, gender, emotional response on the change of singing habits, singing habits before and after Covid-19 lockdown. Until it is certain that rehearsals and communal singing can take place without health risks, alternative options should be explored to effectively plan online teaching in the future. It is the hope that this research, which is only but a start, will spark further research into the matter and contribute to the development of systems and platforms where children can continue their educational and music educational growth by ensuring an uninterrupted singing experience. ...
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