Musical Ability and Social Sensibility: Analysis of Post Covid-19 Pandemic
The purpose of this research is to discover whether or not there is a correlation between musical talent and social sensitivity in the early adulthood of school pupils st Fermata Music Course, Antonio School of Music, and Allegreto School of Music Yogyakarta, totaling 107 students. In this research, correlation is used along with a quantitative approach. The subjects in this research are all students at Fermata Music Course, Antonio School of Music, and Allegreto School of Music Yogyakarta, totaling 107 students. This study's sample was gathered using stratified random sampling with the age range of 20 to 25 years as the criterion, yielding a total of 30 participants. A questionnaire was used to measure social sensitivity, and a musical aptitude exam was administered to gauge musical talent. The instrument's construct and content validity were evaluated using the product moment technique and expert judgment, respectively. The data were analyzed using Pearson's product moment correlation with musical talent as the independent variable and social sensitivity as the dependent variable. Based on the r values of -0.423 and sig of 0.02, there is a statistically significant and very unfavorable correlation between musical talent and social sensitivity among young adults. This demonstrates that the better the musical talent, the lower the social sensitivity, and vice versa: the lower the musical ability, the greater the social sensitivity. On the course of online learning (in the network), musical skills can still be honed.