体の再構築による管楽器演奏技術向上法 ―超短波や可聴音波振動器の即効性を活用して―

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Title
体の再構築による管楽器演奏技術向上法 ―超短波や可聴音波振動器の即効性を活用して―
Title Alternative
Ways to improve wind instrument performance techniques by rebuilding the body -Utilizing the immediate effects of ultra-short wave and audible sound wave vibrators-
Author
氏名 上田 啓二
ヨミ ウエダ ケイジ
別名 Ueda Keiji
Subject
重力 gravity
抗重力筋 antigravity muscles
上虚下実 upper relax lower solid
骨盤底筋群 pelvic floor lines
筋膜リリース fascia release 
Abstract

 Rebuilding the body is not only a way to improve wind instrument performance, but also a means to combat the leveling-off of development. Ultimately, we believe that rebuilding the body makes it possible for an individual to perform throughout his or her entire life. Fundamentally, this means correcting posture to make the body able to withstand gravity, and loosening tight muscles.
 There are a variety of causes of daily habits, including fascia slippage, and the brain’s mistaken perception of a line of balance, and the lack of development of antigravity muscles due to the desire to feel comfortable. Closure of the glottis, which is the exit for air when playing a wind instrument; securing the necessary capacity of the thorax, which facilitates raising and lowering of the diaphragm; and the movements of the respiratory muscles that force out the air, are factors that determine the quality of a wind instrument performance.
 While we also recommend the use of medical instruments such as ultra-short wave and audible sound wave vibrators, here we consider what an individual person alone can do. We contend that building a body that functions so as to make it easier to acquire performing techniques is akin to improving ability.

Journal Title
広島文化学園大学学芸学部紀要
Volume
8
Spage
59
Epage
69
Published Date
2018-02-26
Publisher
広島文化学園大学学芸学部
ISSN
2185-8837
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
Set
hbg