Gohar Bezhanovna Meliksetyan
18.02.2016

Candidate pedagogical sceinces, Associate Professor

meliqsetyangohar33@aspu.am

Candidate pedagogical sceinces, Associate Professor/Chair of Music Education

Education

1972-1977 - Yerevan State Conservatory named after Komitas, Faculty of Musicology,
1981-1985 - postgraduate of chair Theory and Method of Teaching Music of ASPU named after Khachatur Abovyan

Academic Credentlals

Candidate pedagogical sceinces (2003), speciality " The method of teaching music " (13. 00. 02). Theme dissertation "Poliphony – as a means of formation of polyphonic thinking of students".

Work Experience

lecturer of ASPU after Khachatur Abovyan from 1977 untill now.

Courses
-Bachelor's degree course: Armenian musical folk art, History of Armenian music, Polyphony, Harmony, Solfege, Analysis of musical works.
-Master's degree course: The directions and tendencies of modern music, The practical course of musical-theoretical disciplines, The method of teaching musical-theoretical and musical-historical disciplines.

Scope of Academic Interests

Musicology, Pedagogy.

Trainings

Seminar of quality teaching (3 stages, 2013), Features of working with students with special needs (2014)

Publications 
1. Դպրոցականների բազմաձայն մտածողության ձևավորումը երաժշտության դասին (manual for teacher of music): Yerevan, «Grakan ayrenik», 2007,
2. Պոլիֆոնիա (manual, part I): Yerevan, «Grakan ayrenik», 2009,
3. Երաժշտության դասավանդման ազգային ավանդույթները և արդի մանկավարժությունը: collection dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Kh. Abovyan` prof. lect., postgrad., appl. and scientific workers. Materials of the 54th scientific conference: Part 2: Yerevan, «Mankavarj», 2010.
4. Ռոբերտ Պետրոսյան. կյանքը և ստեղծագործությունը: Yerevan, «Edit print», 2010, (co-authors S. Tamrazyan, L. Malaqyan)
5. Պոլիֆոնիա ուսումնական ձեռնարկ (II publication with additions). Yerevan, «Grakan ayrenik», 2012.
6.Արամ Խաչատրյանի պոլիֆոնիկ ստեղծագործությունները: Collected articles «Aram Khachatouryan and modern worde», Yerevan, «Tigran Mets», 2014.

Languages

Armenian, Russian, French

 

 

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