3 edition of Studies of music performance found in the catalog.
Studies of music performance
|Statement||J. Sundberg, editor.|
|Series||Publications issued by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music ;, no. 39, Kungl. Musikaliska akademiens skriftserie ;, nr. 39.|
|Contributions||Sundberg, Johan, 1936-, Kungl. Musikaliska akademien (Sweden). Musikakustiska nämnden.|
|LC Classifications||ML457 .S9 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||84182699|
Some of the previous studies have shown that listening to music with different rhythms improves physical performance [4, 6], but some studies have shown no improvement in performance [7, 13, 15, 18]. Yamamoto et al. found that listening two different types of music (with slow and fast rhythm) prior to supramaximal cycle exercise has no effect Cited by: Reading studies will ensure a comprehensive knowledge of musical notation and the development of essential sight reading skills, while you’ll also cover aural and transcribing, harmony and theory relevant to the performance of popular music, and the continued development of your keyboard skills.
1. Introduction – ‘Mozart effect’, music, and academic performance. The ‘Mozart effect’ is a short-term improvement on “spatial-temporal reasoning”,,,,.In our previous publication we demonstrated that listening to a pleasant music while performing an academic test helped students to overcome stress due to cognitive dissonance, to devote more time to more Cited by: Music Performance Studies The bachelor's programme in Music Performance Studies aims for students to develop instrumental and musical proficiency at a high level. Furthermore, students should obtain a personal artistic expression, as well as develop sufficient skills and proficiency in communicating musical expressions.
Music and work studies A number of earlier studies has shown the beneficial effects of music listen-ing on work productivity (Fox, ; Kirkpatrick, ; Wokoun, ). Presenting extraneous environmental stimuli by way of stereo headsets (music and radio) is one way in which work performance has shown improvement (Oldham, ).File Size: KB. Music and meaning. Composers assemble sound events—pitches, durations, timbres, and silences—to create musical gestures that enact aspects of their inner musical and emotional experiences; the gestures are ordered in sequence to form musical narratives whose purpose is to express and communicate the composer's experiences and ideas to listeners Author: Desmond C. Sergeant, Evangelos Himonides.
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Music exists in performance. It may seem obvious to say this, but it is not. To say that music exists in performance is to focus on a particular way of thinking about what music is: i.e., that it is a g music as a performing art emphasizes the experiential dimensions of music, and its immediacy.