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In studying such problems as music analysis, music performance, the perception of sound as music, and the learning of music skills, it is imperative that the music theorist and the psychologist work together. The application of relevant concepts from other fields may lead to the development of...
Children’s understanding of the figural and metric aspects of rhythm were assessed through individual, standandized, clinical interviews (N=72). Various tasks required subjects to make and interpret figural and metric descriptions, produce the metric hierarchy through motor actions, and relate...
Results of a number of perceptual studies support the hypothesis that the rare intervals in the diatonic set supply the critical information to the enculturated listener who is asked to identify the key of a piece of tonal music. The present study tested temporal variables of the tones that...
The fulfillment and violation of melodic expectancies influences musicians’ ability to perceive, identify, and recall melodic patterns as measured by transcription accuracy. Twenty-seven musicians registered their melodic continuation expectancies by singing. Those expectancies were used to...
The effects of music setting on verbatim verbal recall was studied at five- and seven-years of age. Subjects heard a single passage presented in one of the following ways: recited, sung, or sung to an inappropriate music setting. Success at learning the passages was measured, as was recall after...
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