Hacettepe Üniversitesi Ankara Devlet Konservatuvarı Örnekleminde Viyolonsel İcra Tekniğine Bağlı Gelişebilecek Fizyolojik Rahatsızlıklar
Bursal, Mehmet Berkem
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Violoncello training is a process that starts at an early age and can greatly affect both the musical and physical development of the individual. The development of violoncello training through the ages was not only to change the sound the instrument produce but also to make the person who is playing the violoncello more comfortable and allow for ease of playing. These historical developments would suggest that the sizes of the violoncello carry significant importance. Playing violoncello is a physical activity that requires physiological recognition of the human body. The technical and musical obstacles encountered during the training process can sometimes push muscular and skeletal system and result in physiological disorders. These disorders are examined by the Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation or in cases where surgical treatment is required are examined by the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Examination of the cello performance technique will reveal the physiological disorders that may arise and the effects of these disorders that will complicate the execution and will contribute to its understanding. The purpose of this thesis is to inform players of violoncello about muscular and skeletal system. This thesis will provide all physiological needs and techniques for violoncello playing, orthopaedic diseases encountered during violoncello training with their causes and ways to prevent such diseases, with expert views.