• Arpentieva M.R.
  • Berezovskaya V.A.
  • Gasanova R.R.
  • Kassymova G.K.
  • Kirichkova M.E.
  • Kosov A.V.
  • Menshikov P.V.
  • Zaichikov Y.V.

Ключевые слова:

art, music, piano, musician, composer, performer, psychotherapist, music therapy, music therapy, catharsis, self-realization.


A special role in the development of a pianist as a musician, composer and performer, as shown by
the examples of the well-known, included in the history of art, and the most ordinary pianists, their listeners and
admirers, lovers of piano music and music in general, are played by moments associated with psychotherapeutic
abilities and music features. The purpose of the study is to comprehend the psychotherapeutic aspects of performing
activities (using pianists as an example). The research method is a theoretical analysis of the psychotherapeutic
aspects of performing activities: the study of the possibilities and functions of musical psychotherapy in the life of a
musician as a “(self) psychotherapist” and “patient”. For almost any person, music acts as a way of selfunderstanding and understanding of the world, a way of self-realization, rethinking and overcoming life's difficulties
- internal and external "blockages" of development, a way of saturating life with universal meanings, including a
person in the richness of his native culture and universal culture as a whole. Art and, above all, its metaphorical
nature help to bring out and realize internal experiences, provide an opportunity to look at one’s own experiences,
problems and injuries from another perspective, to see a different meaning in them. In essence, we are talking about
art therapy, including the art of writing and performing music - musical psychotherapy. However, for a musician,
music has a special meaning, special significance. Musician - produces music, and, therefore, is not only an “object”,
but also the subject of musical psychotherapy. The musician’s training includes preparing him as an individual and as
a professional to perform functions that can be called psychotherapeutic: in the works of the most famous
performers, as well as in the work of ordinary teachers, psychotherapeutic moments sometimes become key. Piano
music and performance practice sets a certain “viewing angle” of life, and, in the case of traumatic experiences, a
new way of understanding a difficult, traumatic and continuing to excite a person event, changing his attitude
towards him. It helps to see something that was hidden in the hustle and bustle of everyday life or in the patterns of
relationships familiar to a given culture. At the same time, while playing music or learning to play music, a person
teaches to see the hidden and understand the many secrets of the human soul, the relationships of people.


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Arpentieva M.R., Berezovskaya V.A., Gasanova R.R., Kassymova G.K., Kirichkova M.E., Kosov A.V., Menshikov P.V., & Zaichikov Y.V. (2020). ARTISTIC AND AESTHETIC EDUCATION AND MUSICAL PSYCHOTHERAPY OF A SPECIALIST’S TRAINING. Научный журнал «Вестник НАН РК», (2), 222–232. извлечено от

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