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Musical cognition : a science of listening

Author: Henkjan Honing
Publisher: New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New material this editionView all editions and formats
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"Musical Cognition suggests that music is a game. In music, our cognitive functions such as perception, memory, attention, and expectation are challenged; yet, as listeners, we often do not realize that the listener plays an active role in reaching the awareness that makes music so exhilarating, soothing, and inspiring. In reality, the author contends, listening does not happen in the outer world of audible sound,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henkjan Honing
ISBN: 9781412852920 1412852927
OCLC Number: 829645955
Notes: "Originally published in 2009 by Nieuw Amsterdam Uitgevers as Iedereen is muzikaal."
Description: xi, 154 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface Part 1: De do do do, de da da da Babble Music 1 First Listening Experiences 2 The Illiterate Listener 3 What this Book Is AboutPart 2: Ooh-ooh-ooh The Magic of Music 4 Music as Mystery 5 Music as Language 6 Music as SoundPart 3: Hmmm . . . Music and Musicality 7 We're Musical Creatures 8 Measuring the Beat 9 Do You Recognize this Melody?Part 4: Ta-ta-ta-ta-ta Music as Cognition10 The Secret of the "Loud Rest"11 The Secret of the Details12 The Secret, Mapped OutPart 5: Aha! Music in Our Heads13 The Musical Listener14 Listening and Learning15 EncoreAfterwordIndex
Other Titles: Iedereen is Muzikaal.
Responsibility: Henkjan Honing ; with a new afterword by the author.

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"Originally published in 2009 by Nieuw Amsterdam Uitgevers as Iedereen is muzikaal."  Read more...

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-The big story on what precisely we know about listening to music.- --Volkskrant (Dutch national newspaper) -An important contribution to music research.- --NRC Handelsblad (Dutch national newspaper) Read more...

 
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