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Grounding the analysis of cognitive processes in music performance : distributed cognition in musical activity / Linda T. Kaastra.

Av: Kaastra, Linda T [aut]Language: English Series: Explorations in cognitive psychologyPublisher: New York : Routledge, 2022Beskrivning: 164 sidor illustrationerInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780367568641Ämne(n): Musikrepetitioner | Kognitiva processer | Musikframträdanden -- psykologiska aspekterDDK-klassifikation: 781.43111 SAB-klssifikation: Ij:do | Ijag
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Introduction - What is music? -- Part I. Musical thought on the bassoon -- Ecological foundations -- Embodied musicality -- Part II. Representation -- Defining a field of musical operations -- Cognitive artifacts -- Part III. Conceptualizing ensemble performance -- Dimensions of variation -- Domains of coordination -- Conclusion : Cognition in orchestral performance
Anmärkning bestånd: C17.904 Libris-ID: zf2bv0d3w857r40cSummary: Through the systematic analysis of data from music rehearsals, lessons, and performances, this book develops a new conceptual framework for studying cognitive processes in musical activity. Grounding the Analysis of Cognitive Processes in Music Performance draws uniquely on dominant paradigms from the fields of cognitive science, ethnography, anthropology, psychology, and psycholinguistics to develop an ecologically valid framework for the analysis of cognitive processes during musical activity. By presenting close analysis of activities including instrumental performance on the bassoon, lessons on the guitar, and a group rehearsal, chapters provide new insights into the person/instrument system, the musician's use of informational resources, and the organization of perceptual experience during musical performance. Engaging in musical activity is shown to be a highly dynamic and collaborative process invoking tacit knowledge and coordination as musicians identify targets of focal awareness for themselves, their colleagues, and their students. Written by cognitive scientist and classically trained bassoonist, this specialist text builds on two decades of music performance research, and will be of interest to researchers, academics, and postgraduate students in the fields of cognitive psychology and music psychology, as well as musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and performance science
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index

Introduction - What is music? -- Part I. Musical thought on the bassoon -- Ecological foundations -- Embodied musicality -- Part II. Representation -- Defining a field of musical operations -- Cognitive artifacts -- Part III. Conceptualizing ensemble performance -- Dimensions of variation -- Domains of coordination -- Conclusion : Cognition in orchestral performance

Through the systematic analysis of data from music rehearsals, lessons, and performances, this book develops a new conceptual framework for studying cognitive processes in musical activity. Grounding the Analysis of Cognitive Processes in Music Performance draws uniquely on dominant paradigms from the fields of cognitive science, ethnography, anthropology, psychology, and psycholinguistics to develop an ecologically valid framework for the analysis of cognitive processes during musical activity. By presenting close analysis of activities including instrumental performance on the bassoon, lessons on the guitar, and a group rehearsal, chapters provide new insights into the person/instrument system, the musician's use of informational resources, and the organization of perceptual experience during musical performance. Engaging in musical activity is shown to be a highly dynamic and collaborative process invoking tacit knowledge and coordination as musicians identify targets of focal awareness for themselves, their colleagues, and their students. Written by cognitive scientist and classically trained bassoonist, this specialist text builds on two decades of music performance research, and will be of interest to researchers, academics, and postgraduate students in the fields of cognitive psychology and music psychology, as well as musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and performance science

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