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Title Music and the mind : essays in honour of John Sloboda / edited by Irène Deliège, Jane W. Davidson.
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
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 Music - Books  ML3830 .M968 2011    DUE 11-04-14
  
Description xv, 427 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Music, linguistics, and cognition / Michel Imberty -- What are the important questions? : A reflection / Eric F. Clarke -- Developing a young musician's growth mindset : the role of motivation, self-theories, and resiliency / Susan A. O'Neill -- Negotiating music in the real world : development, motivation, process, and effect / Alexandra Lamont -- Musical participation : expectations, experiences, and outcomes / Jane W. Davidson -- How do strong experiences with music relate to experiences in everyday listening to music? / Alf Gabrielsson -- Music and emotion : seven questions, seven answers / Patrik N. Juslin -- Salience of melodic tones in short-term memory : dependence on phrasing, metre, duration, register, and tonal hierarchy / Mario Baroni, Rossana Dalmonte, and Roberto Caterina -- Sloboda and Parker's recall paradigm for melodic memory : a new, computational perspective / Daniel Müllensiefen and Geraint A. Wiggins -- Musical encounters of the temporary kind / Frederick A. Seddon -- Routes to adolescent musical expertise / Antonia Ivaldi -- The musical child prodigy (wunderkind) in music history : a historiometric analysis / Reinhard Kopiez -- Another exceptional musical memory : evidence from a savant of how atonal music is processed in cognition / Adam Ockelford -- Off the record : performance, history, and musical logic / Nicholas Cook -- Expressive variants in the opening Robert Schumann's Arlequin (from Carnaval, op. 9) : 54 pianists' interpretations of a metrical ambiguity / Andreas C. Lehmann -- Quantifying the beat-inducing properties of conductors' temporal gestures, and conductor-musician synchronization / Geoff Luck -- Performance cues in singing : evidence from practice and recall / Jane Ginsborg and Roger Chaffin -- Emotions in motion : transforming conflict and music / Arild Bergh -- The role of music in the integration of cultural minorities / Richard Parncutt and Angelika Dorfer -- Postlude : John Sloboda in conversation with Irène Deliège.
Summary The Musical Mind, published in 1985, was written by the relatively unknown John Sloboda. It made ground-breaking inroads in raising crucial questions relating to music's status as a form of human expression and has become the seminal text in the field of music psychology. The scope of that book was impressive: from music perception to production, embracing topics as diverse as music's origin and the circumstances that encourage its skill acquisition. Musical structure, grouping, and perceptual processing, including memory, were key areas where John Sloboda had made early empirical investigations. Discussion of emotional responses and creative processes were far more inductively written, based on his own personal experiences. The Musical Mind laid a research agenda in asking those crucial 'how' and 'why' questions that have since occupied a growing body of researchers from all over the world. Following a quarter of a century after that seminal work, Music and the Mind celebrates the life and work of John Sloboda whilst taking stock of where the field of music psychology stands 25 years after The Musical Mind first appeared. It reviews key areas of current research in the field, written by world-leading authors, each making a significant and original academic contribution. Offering a timely review of the field of music psychology in the 21st Century, the contributors to Music and the Mind also reflect on how the field has been significantly stimulated by the influential work of John Sloboda. This book is fascinating reading for students and researchers in music psychology and musicology, as well as music professionals [Publisher description]
Subject Sloboda, John A.
Music -- Psychological aspects.
Related Names Deliège, Irène.
Davidson, Jane W.
Sloboda, John A.
ISBN 0199581568
9780199581566 (pbk.)
OCLC number 681503782