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The current study explored whether perceptual organization can influence performance in a rhythm task. To test this possibility we had experienced drummers play two identical rhythmic passages by different groupings. The pulse of the rhythmic passage was manipulated to create a fast task and a...
The purpose of this study was to explore the identity work of adult instrumental students negotiating their entry to a prestigious music academy and the professional field of music. Ten classical solo-piano students’ accounts of their musical histories and experiences were collected through...
Bitonal music is characterized by a certain, dissonant effect that had been believed to be clearly audible by everyone. However, Wolpert found that non-musicians were unable to identify bitonal versions of originally monotonal musical passages as such in a free response task. The present study...
The purpose of the experiments reported in this article was to determine whether there is a predictable pattern to errors during a musical memorisation task. Based on previous literature, it was hypothesized that errors would not be evenly distributed throughout the piece, but recall would be...
In the present study, we examined the development of expertise in the careers of three collaborative songwriting teams, Rodgers and Hart, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and George and Ira Gershwin. The primary goal of the study was to extend to collaborative songwriting teams the results of previous...
The overall aims of this study were to identify qualities of interpersonal interaction within teacher— parent—pupil learning partnerships and to explore whether these characteristics were predictors of learning and teaching outcomes for teachers, parents and pupils participating in pursuit of...
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