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Children"s perception of expressive-interpretive aspects of musical performance

Mary Carol Kalbfleisch

Children"s perception of expressive-interpretive aspects of musical performance

by Mary Carol Kalbfleisch

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Published by s.n.] in [Connceticut .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music appreciation -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Music -- Performance.,
  • Child psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMary Carol Kalbfleisch.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3830 K253 1980
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17028302M

      "Music assists in the development of a child's speech," he said. "Singing nursery rhymes and simple songs teaches children how language is constructed and . Chapter Summary This chapter focuses on the role of music in early childhood, including the importance of musical experience in early childhood, the musical abilities and enjoyment of infants and children, and the vocal ranges of the young child. It also explores musical .

    Music's Influence on Cognitive Development. Abstract. Many people have disputed that music affect's brain development. Often, people will challenge the idea that music can lead to an enhancement of higher brain functioning. However, it has been demonstrated,Author: Julie Nicolich. Children and Music: Benefits of Music in Child Development Singing and music play an important role in our culture. You'll find music present in many aspects of our lives: theater, television, movies, worship, holidays, celebrations, and government and military ceremonies.

    Music psychology can shed light on non-psychological aspects of musicology and musical practice. For example, it contributes to music theory through investigations of the perception and computational modelling of musical structures such as melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, meter, and form. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.


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Children"s perception of expressive-interpretive aspects of musical performance by Mary Carol Kalbfleisch Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this research was to determine whether elementary school children have the ability to discriminate between alternative expressive interpretations of a musical stimulus, even though they lack an appropriate musical vocabulary, and whether training can improve this ability.^ Two tape recordings were prepared, each having three : Mary Carol Kalbfleisch.

Abstract. This study investigates on children’s ability to interpret emotions in instrumentally-presented melodies. 40 children (20 males and 20 females) all aged six years, have been tested for the comprehension of emotional concepts through the correct matching of emotional pictures to pieces of by: 7.

For example, music educators may wish to distinguish between poor performance in young children arising from inadequate effort or from underlying difficulties in music pattern perception.

An abbreviated version of the MBEMA could serve as a preliminary screening tool, with poor outcomes leading to more comprehensive assessment involving audiometry and the full by: Expression in musical performance is largely communicated by the manner in which a piece is played; interpretive aspects that supplement the written score.

In piano performance, timing and. We also learn that music perception is a complex phenomenon, which draws on multiple brain regions, and is influenced by individual personality and experiences, culture, expectations, other senses besides hearing, and other aspects of context.

I can recommend this book to anyone who enjoys music and wants to get some initial ideas about why they enjoy it and what factors affect their enjoyment.5/5(5). The contributors to this book explore expressiveness in music performance in four interlinked parts.

Starting with the philosophical and historical underpinnings crucially relevant for Western. InDr. Santrock received the University of Texas at Dallas Excellence in Teaching Award. His research has included publications in the Journal of Educational Psychology on the contextual aspects of affectively toned cognition and children's self-regulatory behavior as well as teachers' perceptions of children from divorced families/5(44).

This book unravels the complexities of playing music and reveals aspects of learning, playing and responding to music relevant to performances of all levels. A survey of performance through the ages leads to a presentation of basic historical, analytical and psychological concepts.3/5(3).

Infants' music perception skills are similar to those of adults in their sensitivity to musical pitch and rhythm patterns and their long-term memory for : Sandra Trehub. What does it mean to be expressive in music performance in diverse historical and cultural domains.

What are the means at the disposal of a performer in various time periods and musical practice conventions. And what are the conceptualizations of expression and the roles of performers that shape expressive performance.

For the first time, a wide variety of perspectives are assembled in one. Affect-matching music improves cognitive performance in adults and young children for both positive and negative emotions Fabia Franco, Joel S.

Swaine, Shweta Israni, Katarzyna A. Zaborowska, Fatmata Kaloko, Indu Kesavarajan, and Joseph A. MajekCited by: 8.

This study suggests that musical experience may indeed initially reduce the observed pattern of correlations between auditory perception and reading related skills.

However, given the relatively small group of musically trained children (n=26), their broad range of musical education ( years) and their broad age range ( years old), its Cited by: A growing body of research reveals the beneficial effects of music on education performance.

Research indicates that music plays an important role in the brain development of a child. Furthermore, researchers believe that children who have more exposure to music and music training benefit from enhanced brain activity which has been shown to increase students' abilities to perform certain Cited by: 2.

Abstract: Exploring how we listen to musical events, this book covers pitch perception in complex patterns, the role of tonal schemes, effects of metrical and rhythmic schemes, the ability of children and adults to perceive and comprehend dynamic sound patterns and more.

The role of play in music education for young children Abstract: This paper reports on a literature study and a small scale observation performed on musical play by children from 4 up to 6 years of age.

It will look into the young childs’ general- as well as their musical development, in order to explain certain types of (musical-) play.

more about the influence of music on the development of children. Others focus on how formal music training impacts various aspects of cognitive development such as perception, memory, and language skills.

Some researchers are interested in documenting effects that listening to music may have on children’s development. Music preference, often called “musical taste” in the older research literature, has long held the interest of researchers in aesthetics, philosophy, psychology, and music.

Kate Hevner (, a, b,a, b) is responsible for much of the early experimental work in music preference, although it should be noted that she was Cited by:   Musically trained and untrained children between 4 and 6 years of age were tested for their discrimination of transformations of an unfamiliar six-tone melody.

Transformations involved a change in one, two, or all three of the following features: melodic contour, musical intervals, or individual frequencies.

In order to manipulate task difficulty, melodies were played at different presentation Cited by: Defining the Five Aspects of Musical Performance This study is based on the premise that musical performance can be defined according to five distinct skills.

Sightread: to perform music that has not been performed previously or audiated from notation (Miller,p. Perform rehearsed music: to reproduce existing literature from.

This book unravels the complexities of playing music and reveals aspects of learning, playing and responding to music relevant to performances of all levels. A survey of performance through the ages leads to a presentation of basic historical, analytical and psychological concepts.

Halvorson Music Studio in Columbia, IL is her teaching location. Degrees earned: Bachelor of Arts Degree in Piano Performance, Certificate in Piano Pedagogy, Level One Orff Certification, Associate of Arts Degree in Commercial Art, and National Teacher Certification of Music through Music Teachers National Association.THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S MUSICAL ABILITIES THROUGH SPECIFIC TYPES OF MUSICAL ACTIVITIES Resume: The goal of the conducted research was to explore how much preschool teachers value certain types of musical activities, which positively influence the development of preschool children’s musical abilities.Get this from a library!

Aspects of early music and performance. [Audrey Ekdahl Davidson] -- This collection draws together twelve of the best essays related to early music, some never before published, by the influential musician and music scholar Audrey Ekdahl Davidson.

Davidson's.