The Routledge companion to music cognition / edited by Richard Ashley and Renee Timmers.
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- ISBN: 9781138721050
- ISBN: 1138721050
- Physical Description: xxiii, 561 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Part 1. Music from the air to the brain. Music from the air to the brain and body / Edward W. Large -- Music and the brain: areas and networks / Psyche Loui and Emily Przysinda -- Music in the brain: imagery and memory / Rebecca S. Schaefer -- Music in the brain: music and language processing / Mireille Besson, Mylene Barbaroux, and Eva Dittinger -- Music and the brain: music and cognitive abilities / Reyna L. Gordon and Cyrille L. Magne -- Music, brain and movement: time, beat and rhythm / Molly J. Henry and Jessica A. Grahn -- Music and health: physical, mental, and emotional / Suvi Saarikallio -- Music, moments, and healing processes: music therapy / Jorg Fachner -- Music, pleasure, and social affiliation: hormones and neurotransmitters / Roni Granot --
Part 2. Hearing and listening to music. Musical structure: time and rhythm / Peter Martens and Fernando Benadon -- Musical structure: sound and timbre / Stephen Mcadams and Meghan Goodchild -- Musical structure: tonality, melody, harmonicity, and counterpoint / Daniel Shanahan -- Musical structure: melody, texture, and harmony in the classical tradition / Robert Gjerdingen -- Harmony and melody in popular music / David Temperley and Trevor de Clercq -- Musical structure: form / Richard Ashley -- Music production: recording technologies and acousmatic listening / Ragnhild Brovig-Hanssen and Anne Danielsen -- Musical connections: absolute pitch / Elizabeth West Marvin -- Musical connections: crossmodal correspondences / Zohar Eitan -- Musical connections: music perception and neurological deficits / Barbara Tillman, Catherine Hirel, Yohana Leveque, and Anne Caclin -- Assisted music listening in hearing loss / Tonya R. Bergeson and Rachael Frush Holt --
Part 3. Making and using music. Creating music: composition / Roger T. Dean -- Music improvisation: a challenge for empirical research / Peter Vuust and Morten Kringelbach -- Performing music: written traditions / Dorottya Fabian -- Performing music: oral and improvising traditions / Nikki Moran -- Performing music: humans, computers, and electronics / Elaine Chew and Andrew Mcpherson -- Music with others: ensembles, conductors, and interpersonal coordination / Clemens Wollner and Peter E. Keller -- Music alone and with others: listening, sharing and celebrating / Alexandra Lamont -- Music and text: vocal musicianship / Annabel J. Cohen -- Music and movement: musical instruments and performers / Laura Bishop and Werner Goebl -- Scene and heard: the role of music in shaping interpretations of film / Siu-Lan Tan -- Music as enabling: enhancing sport, work, and other pursuits / Nicola Dibben --
Part 4. Developing Musicality. Music across the species / Bruno Gingras -- Music cognition: developmental and multimodal perspectives / Sandra E. Trehub and Michael W. Weiss -- Musical expertise: genetics, experience, and training / William F. Thompson, Miriam A. Mosing, and Fredrik Ullen -- Learning music: informal processes and their outcomes / Lucy Green and Tim Smart -- Music and social cognition in adolescence / Susan A. O'Neill -- Musical preference: personality, style, and music use / Jonna K. Vuoskoski --
Part 5. Musical Meanings. Music Cognition: Investigations through the centuries / Kyung Myung Lee -- Music and communication / Richard Ashley -- Emotion in music listening / Renee Timmers -- Music, analogy, and metaphor / Lawrence M. Zbikowski -- Musical aesthetics and values / Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis -- Music's meanings / Eric F. Clarke.
This Companion addresses fundamental questions about the nature of music from a psychological perspective. Music cognition is presented as the field that investigates the psychological, physiological, and physical processes that allow music to take place, seeking to explain how and why music has such powerful and mysterious effects on us. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of research in music cognition, balancing accessibility with depth and sophistication. A diverse range of global scholars-music theorists, musicologists, pedagogues, neuroscientists, and psychologists-address the implications of music in everyday life while broadening the range of topics in music cognition research, deliberately seeking connections with the kinds of music and musical experiences that are meaningful to the population at large but are often overlooked in the study of music cognition. Consisting of over forty essays, the volume is organized by five primary themes. The first section, "Music from the Air to the Brain," provides a neuroscientific and theoretical basis for the book. The next three sections are based on musical actions: "Hearing and Listening to Music," "Making and Using Music," and "Developing Musicality." The closing section, "Musical Meanings," returns to fundamental questions related to music's meaning and significance, seen from historical and contemporary perspectives.
Material for LSOC-311 (Knowles).
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