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Psychology for musicians

P. C. Buck

Psychology for musicians

by P. C. Buck

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Published by Oxford University Press .
Written in English


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Statementby P.C. Buck.
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Open LibraryOL19601395M

The Psychology of Music draws together the diverse and scattered literature on the psychology of music. It explores the way music is processed by the listener and the performer and considers several issues that are of importance both to perceptual psychology and to contemporary music, such as the way the sound of an instrument is identified regardless of its pitch or loudness, or the types of. Its twelve readily comprehensible chapters and its innovative self-study exercises, study questions, and cultural contextualizations make it an ideal textbook for all musicians wishing to become informed performers and music teachers."--Reinhard Kopiez, Professor of Music Psychology, Hanover University of Music and Drama, Germany "This book is Reviews: 9.

Get this from a library! The musical temperament: psychology and personality of musicians. [Anthony Kemp] -- It is generally accepted that exceptionally skilled people in society, such as airline pilots and brain surgeons, have significantly different personalities from those of the general population. Hello Dear Reader, One of the things I enjoy about the world of music psychology is the sense of community. We are \ a relatively small discipline so you tend to see similar faces at conferences and social events, and I very often bump into colleagues and ex-students either in [ ].

psychology has only rarely been entertained. There are several reasons why this rationalistic stance was adopted, most of which no longer apply. One reason was a paucity of knowledge concerning the nature of sound. It is understandable that the inability to characterize a physical stimulus should have. Jan 14,  · We get over 55% of information through nonverbal communication, like facial expressions, gestures, and other body movements. Pay attention to the signals tha.


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"This book is written by three outstanding musicians active in the fields of psychology for musicians, teaching, and performing, working together as an interdisciplinary team. It provides a great source for students of psychology who are eager to know more about music and Cited by: Jan 31,  · Psychology for Musicians: Understanding and Acquiring the Skills - Kindle edition by Andreas C.

Lehmann, John A. Sloboda, Robert H. Woody. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Psychology for Musicians: Understanding and Acquiring the Skills/5(9).

Psychology for Musicians book. Read Psychology for musicians book reviews from the world's largest community for readers. What is it that accounts for the differences between musica /5. This book provides a concise, accessible, and up-to-date introduction to psychological research for musicians, performers, music educators, and studio teachers.

Designed to address the needs and priorities of the performing musician rather than the research community, it reviews the relevant psychological research findings in relation to situations and issues faced by musicians, and draws out.

Jan 31,  · Musicians have different brains – that fact we have known for a long time. The study of musician and non-musician brains is probably one of the first stories in the science of neural (brain) plasticity; the idea that our brains respond and become modified by the things we experience in everyday ducklakebooks.comys the existence of neural plasticity is beyond doubt: We see regular, remarkable.

The aim of the psychology of music is to understand musical phenomena in terms of mental functions--to characterize the ways in which one perceives, remembers, creates, and performs music.

Since publication of the first edition of The Psychology of Music, the field has emerged from an interdisciplinary curiosity into a fully ramified subdiscipline of psychology as a result of several factors.5/5(1).

Jul 05,  · 5 Performance Psychology Skills Every Musician Should Master. there's more to becoming a successful musician than practicing. You can learn all the scales in the book and perfect your technique, but if you don't have certain psychological skills in place, all of that effort will have been wasted.

Oftentimes, musicians completely negate the. Popular Music Psychology Books Showing of 26 Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain (Hardcover) by. Rate this book. Psychology for Musicians: Understanding and Acquiring the Skills (Hardcover) by.

Andreas C. Lehmann. Psychology for Musicians provides the basis for answering this question. Examining the processes that underlie the acquisition of musical skills, Lehmann, Sloboda, and Woody provide a concise, accessible, and up-to-date introduction to psychological research for musicians.

The study of personality has a long and in some ways a rather chequered history. From the beginning of time an important feature of human interaction has been our inclination to make judgements about one other and to interpret behaviour patterns as consistent temperamental predispositions or traits.

Psychology for Musicians Understanding and Acquiring the Skills Andreas C. Lehmann, John A. Sloboda, and Robert H. Woody. A concise, accessible, and up-to. Mar 21,  · Though the book, an anthology of the author’s most acclaimed essays with a deeper focus on classical music, is further removed from neuroscience than the rest on this list, Ross’s astute observations on the emotional and social experience of music make it an indispensable addition nonetheless.

Sound Psychology, blending the. The idea for this book came a few years back, when we were discussing the different classes we were teaching for musicians, psychologists, and educators.

Each of us had discovered how difficult it was to find materials that matched the interests and previous knowledge of our students. The book further discusses musical development in social and emotional contexts, and it presents ways that music training can enhance the singing ability of an individual.

The book can be used as a reference source for perceptual and cognitive psychologists, neuroscientists, and musicians. Feb 08,  · Psychology for Musicians provides the basis for answering this question. Examining the processes that underlie the acquisition of musical skills, Lehmann, Sloboda, and Woody provide a concise, accessible, and up-to-date introduction to psychological research for musicians.4/5(3).

Dec 11,  · Psychology for Musicians provides the basis for answering this question. Examining the processes that underlie the acquisition of musical skills, Lehmann, Sloboda, and Woody provide a concise, accessible, and up-to-date introduction to psychological research for musicians.

In their attempts to understand the nature of musicianship, music psychologists have generally focused their attention on cognitive processes and abilities. Although a kind of folklore has long existed in musical circles relating to personality differences between players of different instruments, this is the first book to examine the impact of personality and temperament on musicianship.

Jun 11,  · Musicians may not only have better musical memory but they may have enhanced verbal memory as well. They may be better, for example, at recalling a. Psychology for Musicians: Understanding and Acquiring the Skills by Andreas C.

Lehmann and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ducklakebooks.com Authoritative texts which take a more favourable position towards music muscle memory use include David Sudnow's book, Ways of the Hand (), Psychology for Musicians by.

Reviews the book 'Finding Flow,' by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. We all are capable of reaching that stateof effortless concentration and enjoyment called "flow." Here, the man who literally wrote the."This book is written by three outstanding musicians active in the fields of psychology for musicians, teaching, and performing, working together as an interdisciplinary team.

It provides a great source for students of psychology who are eager to know more about music and /5(38).Psychology of Music publishes peer reviewed papers directed at increasing the scientific understanding of any psychological aspect of music. These include studies on listening, performing, creating, memorising, analysing, describing, learning, and teaching, as well as applied social, developmental, attitudinal and therapeutic studies.