It is known that türküs have performance styles that form their own character in terms of their style and are expressed as ağız. After the establishment of Republic, since the years they were founded the performing institutions gave education as a school. These institutions transformed the traditional transfer process of folk songs into a new form and provided the training of professional urban performers. Turkey's first Turkish Music conservatory was established by the second generation actors who were trained with the first generation actors at these institutions thus this transfer process was carried to academies. During this period, the second generation actors, who interacted with many of source people, shared their experiences not only with the notes but also with the living process of the türküs. The second generation actors retreated from the transmission process by many reasons over time. Therefore; the first period compilation notes used in the teaching of türküs, in which the ağız elements were not expressed in detail, became almost the only source. In transferring the ağız features of türküs, there is a need for new teaching approaches that include both local and contemporary styles, without breaking with the essence and also the change over time. The teaching approach envisaged in the article; It was tested on three volunteer subjects who participated in the study online, had basic music knowledge, did not get any voice education before, and were selected from conservatory students. One türkü for per subject selected from the Central Anatolian region repertoire was studied with the subjects, with the proposed teaching approach, and thus, it was aimed to give the subjects the characteristics of the ağız that includes the local and the contemporary. This is a descriptive and experimental research and was conducted with a mixed research model. In the research, a single group pretest-posttest experimental design was used. The data obtained from the experiment process were evaluated by a jury members who are experts in their field, according to the ten-categorize performance scale, developed by us; thus, the effectiveness and validity of the proposed education-teaching approach were proven and the results were shared.
Keywords: Turkish Folk Music, Türkü, Central Anatolian dialect, online education