Philosophy of Music Education Review, 13 2 , — Benson, B. The improvisation of music dialogue: A phenomenology of music. Google Scholar Crossref. Bowman, W. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, , 45 — Google Scholar.
Cognition and the body: Perspectives from music education. In Bresler, L. Dordrecht, the Netherlands : Kluwer Academic. The body in a state of music. Dordrecht, the Netherlands : Springer. Bresler, L. Knowing bodies, moving minds: Towards embodied teaching and learning. Boston, MA : Kluwer Academic. International handbook of research in arts education. Clifton, T. Music as heard: A study in applied phenomenology. Conable, B. Structures and movements of breathing: A primer for choirs and choruses.
Aesthetics and Nature Glenn Parsons Bloomsbury Publishing
Creswell, J. Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five approaches.
Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage. Feldenkrais, M. Awareness through movement. Paris, France : International Feldenkrais Federation. Glaser, B. The discovery of grounded theory: Strategies for qualitative research. Chicago, IL : Aldine. Heirich, J. Voice and the Alexander technique 2nd ed. Hocking, B. Unfolding bodymind: Exploring possibility through education.
- COMPOSER AND INSTRUMENTALIST SPIRITS: THE MUSIC IN UMBANDA.
- What do you think is the: Value of Dance??
- Crystal Coral Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial Series I15.
- Upcoming Events.
- Most Recent Photos.
- Am I Blue (Yes, I Am Blue)?
Holgersen, S. Body consciousness and somaesthetics in music education. According to Marotto et al. During my research with classical chamber musicians, I observed personal transformation take place as individuals broadened and deepened their awareness by practicing a set of rehearsal techniques. Each technique helped musicians to expand and embody awareness, mirror gestures and entrain energies, to enter into a mutual tuning-in process, and to ultimately form a We Presence in which musicians experienced collective virtuosity.
- Inselsucht (Almas Ankunft 2) (German Edition).
- The Looney Bin Trip.
- Sweet Content by Mrs Molesworth.
- A Personal Dilemma?
- Citation Tools!
- No Mourners For Victoria.
This chapter contains examples of several chamber music rehearsal techniques with explanations of how they contribute to personal and small group transformation. I provide a model that illustrates a transformation process which results in collective virtuosity. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide. Reference work entry First Online: 24 June This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
Ackerman D A natural history of the senses, 1st edn. Berliner P Thinking in jazz: the infinite art of improvisation. Bohm D Wholeness and the implicate order. Bohm D, Nichol L On dialogue. Scribner, New York Google Scholar.
- Defend or Declare?!
- Embodying singing in the choral classroom: A somatic approach to teaching and learning.
- Russian Romance: Danger and Daring.
- Navigation menu.
- Downloads PDF The Cursed Arm of Driftwood Beach Cora Buhlert Cora Buhlert Books;
Burkitt I Emotional reflexivity: feeling, emotion and imagination in reflexive dialogues. Sociology 46 3 — Clayton M, Sager R, Will U In time with the music: the concept of entrainment and its significance for ethnomusicology. Paper — submitted to open peer community for review Google Scholar.
II. Three New Testament Frameworks
Collins R Interaction ritual chains. Collins R Entering and leaving the tunnel of violence: micro-sociological dynamics of emotional entrainment in violent interactions. For example: Lights have frequently been seen dancing over marshy grounds, near tan-yards, and burying-places, and along the sea shore.
Credulous people have believed them to be the spirits of the uneasy dead. This belief must be considered superstitious, not having any foundation on rational evidence. Philosophy teaches that these lights are occasioned by an inflammable gas, which arises from decayed animal and vegetable substances, and takes fire on coming in contact with atmospheric air. Thus we may trace all effects to their true causes. Many persons have supposed that pork killed in the increase of the moon would swell in boiling, while that killed in her wane would shrink. This opinion probably originated in the following manner: Some person killed, at different periods of the moon, two hogs which had been born and fattened together.
That killed in her increase swelled in boiling; while the other, killed in her wane, shrunk. He could conceive of no way to account for the facts but on the supposition of lunar influence.
Downloads PDF Aesthetics and Nature Glenn Parsons Bloomsbury Publishing Books
This conclusion was accordingly adopted, and at length became an established truth. Yet there was no philosophy in forming this opinion from a few such facts. More experiments should have been tried; and they results would have shown that the real cause of the swelling and shrinking existed in the constitution of the animals.
Related Recovering Disembodied Spirits: Teaching Movement to Musicians
Copyright 2019 - All Right Reserved