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After discussing the relationship between concepts of musicality and historical time, this paper proposes a new avenue for investigating musicality in all its manifestations. Research on musicality has been conducted over two centuries, and it is possible to divide this time period into three...
The purpose of this study was to identify perceptual patterns in the detection of changes in articulation (relative durations of tones) in piano music. The subjects were 45 music majors enrolled in a large university. MIDI computer equipment and software were used to create short stimulus...
Recent studies have suggested that performers are able to communicate emotions to listeners through their performances of a piece of music. However, in all these studies listeners made their judgments by means of forced choice or ratings, methods which offer only a limited number of response...
We investigated the role of age, formal music training, social class, intensive exposure to classical music, and choice of musical profession (music educator vs. concert performer) in the tendency to listen to music expressively rather than analytically. Three hundred and ninety-seven...
Currently, research in quite divergent areas is contributing to our growing understanding of children’s musical development, and thus contributing to the ways we should nurture and teach children. The continuing developments in computer hardware and software are changing when, where and how we...
Following an overview of the current knowledge about the structure and acquisition of expert performance in the arts, sciences and sports, we discuss practical implications for music training, focussing on the development of levels of instrumental skill typically attained by high school students...
This paper concerns issues regarding ongoing measurement of emotional response to music. It provides a truncated overview of related research concerning individual investigations using the Continuous Response Digital Interface. In this series of investigations results indicate that emotional...
A cursory survey of research literature shows that higher education has continued its involvement in the development and testing of new music instructional technology. Although since 1989 a substantial number of reports concerning the use of digital technology in music performance and learning...
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