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Musical Imaginations: Multidisciplinary perspectives on creativity, performance and perception [Paperback]

David Hargreaves , Dorothy Miell , Raymond MacDonald

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Table of Contents

  • 1: David Hargreaves, Raymond MacDonald & Dorothy Miell: Explaining musical imaginations: Creativity, performance and perception
  • <b>Perspectives from musicology, sociology, and ethnomusicology</b>
  • 2: Eric Clarke: Creativity in performance
  • 3: Adam Ockelford: Imagination feeds memory: Exploring evidence from a musical savant using zygonic theory
  • 4: Simon Frith: Creativity as a social fact
  • 5: Ian Sutherland with Tia De Nora: Musical creativity as social agency: Composer Paul Hindemith
  • 6: Juniper Hill: Imagining creativity: An ethnomusicological perspective on how belief systems encourage or inhibit creative activities in music
  • <b>Perspectives from cognitive, social, and developmental psychology</b>
  • 7: Shira Lee Katz & Howard Gardner: Musical materials or metaphorical models? A psychological investigation of what inspires composers
  • 8: Emery Schubert: Spreading activation and dissociation: A cognitive mechanism for creative processing in music
  • 9: Vladimir Kone?ni: Life-events, emotion, and reason in the creative process in art music
  • 10: David Hargreaves, Jonathan James Hargreaves & Adrian North: Imagination and creativity in music listening
  • 11: Annabel Cohen: Creativity in singing: Universality and sensitive developmental periods?
  • <b>Perspectives from socio-cultural psychology</b>
  • 12: Göran Folkestad: Digital tools and discourse in music: The ecology of composition
  • 13: Margaret Barrett: Troubling the creative imaginary: Some possibilities of ecological thinking for music and learning
  • 14: Karin Johansson: Organ improvisation: Edition, extemporisation, expansion and instant composition
  • 15: Karen Littleton & Neil Mercer: Communication, collaboration and creativity: How musicians negotiate a collective 'sound'
  • 16: Raymond MacDonald, Graeme Wilson & Dorothy Miell: Improvisation as a creative process within contemporary music
  • <b>Perspectives from neuroscience</b>
  • 17: Colwyn Trevarthen: Communicative musicality: The human impulse to create and share music
  • 18: Mari Tervaniemi: Musicianship - how and where in the brain?
  • 19: Bradley Vines: Recreating speech through singing for stroke patients with non-fluent aphasia
  • 20: Istvan Molnar-Szakacs, Vanya Green Assuied & Katie Overy: Shared affective motion experience (SAME) and creative, interactive music therapy
  • 21: John Gruzelier: Enhancing imaginative expression in the performing arts with EEG-neurofeedback
  • 22: Terry Clark, Aaron Williamon & Aleksandar Aksentijevic: Musical imagery and imagination: The function, measurement and application of imagery skills for performance
  • <b>Perspectives from education, psychiatry, and therapy</b>
  • 23: Lori A. Custodero: The call to create: Flow experience in music learning and teaching
  • 24: Graham Welch: Musical creativity, biography, genre and learning
  • 25: Denise Grocke & David Castle: Music, music therapy, and schizophrenia
  • 26: Jaakko Erkkilä: Creativity in improvisational, psychodynamic music therapy
  • 27: Tony Wigram: Developing creative improvisation skills in music therapy: The tools for imaginative music making
  • 28: Nicholas Cook: Beyond creativity?

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