Examining The Use Of Expressive Arts Therapies In Neurorehabilitation Treatment Planning, 2023 Lesley University
Examining The Use Of Expressive Arts Therapies In Neurorehabilitation Treatment Planning, Rebecca J. Horner
Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses
Those undergoing neurorehabilitation after stroke and traumatic brain injury report a diminished sense of overall wellness. This paper examines the conceivable benefits of introducing expressive arts therapies, which is the therapeutic use and combination of the visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing and other intermodal creative processes, into physical therapy and neurorehabilitation treatment planning. Expressive arts therapies have the capacity to engage with an individual’s physical, emotional, social and spiritual states concurrently. They simultaneously offer the ability to promote an increased sense of well-being, address mind-body disconnects, and process trauma non-verbally.
The sections of this narrative literature review focus ...
Red Note New Music Festival Composition Competition Announcement, 2023, 2023 Illinois State University
Red Note New Music Festival Composition Competition Announcement, 2023, School Of Music, Carl Schimmel
Red Note New Music Festival
The RED NOTE New Music Festival at Illinois State University is a week-long event which features outstanding performances of contemporary concert music.
Humor In Western European Instrumental Music: How Humor Works, Its Usage Over Time, And Accessible Teaching Strategies, 2023 University of South Carolina - Columbia
Humor In Western European Instrumental Music: How Humor Works, Its Usage Over Time, And Accessible Teaching Strategies, Hunter K. Thompson
This research’s purpose was to examine the perception of humor, both generally and musically, and to provide an overview of how humor has been incorporated into Western European instrumental music from the Medieval Age to the 20th century. In order to evaluate this, the researcher conducted a listening survey to gauge how well college music majors perceive humor in instrumental music. The survey consisted of eleven total listening excerpts approved by the Music History faculty at the University of South Carolina School of Music. Nine excerpts were coded humorous, and two excerpts were coded non-humorous for control. There was ...
Data Scraping Youtube For The Study Of Lieder Reception, 2023 Illinois State University
Data Scraping Youtube For The Study Of Lieder Reception, Rachel E. Scott
Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library
A growing body of literature has shifted aesthetic attention from composition to performance, or the performing activity, and asserts that the act of performance creates meaning. Scholars have emphasized differences between the passive consumption and active making of – or even listening to – music. As I sought to understand the impact of performance on Alma Mahler's legacy, I identified the need to gather as much data as possible on who, what, where, when, why, and how her songs were performed. This need led me to evaluate the metadata associated with recordings of Alma Mahler's songs in the WorldCat union ...
Diversity Of Choral Festival Literature And The Selection Process, 2023 Georgia Southern University
Diversity Of Choral Festival Literature And The Selection Process, Abigail L. Mcmichen
Honors College Theses
In music education, festival events are a chance to receive feedback from experts in the field. Often, these events have literature lists from which directors are required to choose literature for the event. With choral festivals being so prevalent in music education, the literature lists provided to choral music educators have a major impact on young singers. Literature selection can be intense for choral music educators who decide what factors to consider when selecting literature. The purpose of this study was to explore and analyze the diversity of choral literature through analysis of the Georgia LGPE list while also gaining ...
Silver Linings Playlist: Exploring The Effectiveness Of Music As An Emotion Regulation Tool, 2023 Georgia Southern University
Silver Linings Playlist: Exploring The Effectiveness Of Music As An Emotion Regulation Tool, Caitlin Fountain
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Music not only entertains listeners, but it also evokes emotions and facilitates emotion regulation (Gabrielsson, 2001; Krahe & Bienick, 2012). Specifically, music helps listeners to express their emotions and alter their mood through cognitive reappraisal (Chin & Rickard, 2014; Witvliet & Vrana, 2007). Listening to music also enhances relaxation and reduces physiological arousal after experiencing a stressful event (Yehuda, 2011). Stress often involves an influx of negative emotions, which when left unmitigated, may result in fewer positive emotions, increased depression, and maladaptive coping (Flynn & Rudolph, 2010; Lazenby et al., 2019). While music appears to be an effective stress management tool, less is known about how music impacts positive and negative emotions in the context of stressors. Thus, the current study examined the ability of different kinds of music interventions to reduce negative emotions and increase positive emotions after a stressful event. The study was conducted in two phases using undergraduate samples. Seven hundred and ninety-five students completed a music preferences questionnaire during Phase 1. During Phase 2, 63 ...
Scholastic A Cappella And The Construction Of Whiteness, Community, And Power, 2022 Washington University in St. Louis
Scholastic A Cappella And The Construction Of Whiteness, Community, And Power, Daniel Fister
Arts & Sciences Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Vocal-only student ensembles who cover contemporary popular music at most U.S. high schools and universities, known as a cappella groups, mold students as musical listeners and performers. Though predominantly composed of liberal and progressive people who value diversity and inclusion, a cappella communities perpetuate racialized inequities of sound and representation. I analyze how race, particularly whiteness, shapes the intersecting communities of scholastic a cappella through ideologies of sound (i.e. singing and arranging styles), social structures (i.e. audition processes, competition policies, and judging rubrics), and discourses (how a range of a cappella practitioners discuss, or not, social categories ...
Le Donne E La Chitarra, James Akers, Romantic Guitar, 2022 University of Denver
Le Donne E La Chitarra, James Akers, Romantic Guitar, Ellwood Colahan
No abstract provided.
“Learning Is Doing:” A Scholar’S Impact On The Arts, 2022 Georgetown University
“Learning Is Doing:” A Scholar’S Impact On The Arts, Anthony R. Deldonna
Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal
No abstract provided.
Etcètera Ii: Notes Sobre Música, Art I Literatura (2020-2022), 2022 CUNY Graduate Center
Etcètera Ii: Notes Sobre Música, Art I Literatura (2020-2022), Antoni Piza
Publications and Research
A compilation of essays on music, the arts, and literature previously published in Bellver, the arts section of Diario de Mallorca (2020-2022). This is the second part of ETCETERA.
The Double Silence: Reflections On Music And Musicians, 2022 CUNY Graduate Center
The Double Silence: Reflections On Music And Musicians, Antoni Piza
Publications and Research
A translation of EL DOBLE SILENCI, published in Catalan in 2003. The book is a compilation of essays originally published in Diario de Mallorca (2000-2003).
An Analysis Of Allan Holdsworth’S Techniques And Their Application To Fundamental Melodic Devices, 2022 Belmont University
An Analysis Of Allan Holdsworth’S Techniques And Their Application To Fundamental Melodic Devices, James Dasilva
This thesis analyzes Allan Holdsworth's improvisational style for the purpose of applying his techniques, such as string skipping and omnidirectional fretboard movement, beyond the jazz-rock idiom and expanding the melodic potential of the guitar.
Teaching And Learning Music Technologically, 2022 Liberty University
Teaching And Learning Music Technologically, Esteban Molina Cordovez
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, multimedia technology has transformed all educational paradigms. In this mixed-methods study, the researcher shows the effects of inspiring instructional technologies on assimilating musical knowledge and developing performance concepts. Thus, assisted- technology learning is the foundation of inspiration to induce music performance and theory, hardening self-esteem as the core subject of this study. The researcher measures time and skills gathered over two years by a group of high school music students, assessing them with two variables: first, traditional conservatory instruction, and second, the MusicLab method. In addition, the researcher quantifies how technological tools intervene ...
Sound Chapel, 2022 Southern Methodist University
Sound Chapel, Anthony Elia
Bridwell Library Research
The idea of "Sound Chapel" liturgies, in the manner of matins or vespers, is that a chapel space is darkened with only the light of a single or several candles available. The organ shall play sustaining notes in various, slow, elongated and sustained ways, at the discretion of the organist. The piece shall create a meditative space with the music being of "piano" (p/pp/ppp) or quieter levels. Various "liturgies" are suggested by the composer below, but may be altered and done ad lib by the performer(s) as the tone or mood of the early morning or early ...
Nori Stone, Violin, 2022 University of Richmond
Nori Stone, Violin, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond
Music Department Concert Programs
No abstract provided.
Cereal Variations, 2022 Southern Methodist University
Cereal Variations, Anthony Elia
Bridwell Library Research
The “Cereal Variations” are short works of experimental notation using different types of cereal or other grains (rice, wheat, bran, and “Honey O’s”), in order to expand the notions of the score. Each piece is very short (10 or fewer measures) and written in C—but this should not restrict performers from transposing or trying pieces in other keys. No tempo or instrumentation is given either, so that performers may use whatever instruments they want. It is encouraged that musicians use anything from percussion to strings and even attempt slow versions of multiple voice choruses. Performers may also want ...
2022-2023 Performance Forum - December 2, 2022, 2022 Lynn University
2022-2023 Performance Forum - December 2, 2022, Benjamin Shaposhnikov, Juan Diaz Quijano, Luis Pulido, Jafet Diaz, Matthew Montelione, Daniel Meneses Leal, Youbeen Cho, Zhanbota Balgabekov, Graydon Howard, William Penn, Sergei Skobin, Vincent Cart-Sanders, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Olivia Oakland, Paula Mora Alfaro, Ryan Aguilar, Isaiah Obey, Lauren Washburn, Keegan Neely, Gioia Gedicks, Victoria Bramble, Daniel Guevara, Megan Savage
No abstract provided.
New Information On Sor And Gil Blas, 2022 University of Denver
New Information On Sor And Gil Blas, Erik Stenstadvold
A contemporary London newspaper report clarifies the extent of Fernando Sor's contribution to the operatic drama Gil Blas.
This letter is an addendum to Erik Stenstadvold, "Fernando Sor on the Move in the Early 1820s" Soundboard Scholar, no. 1 (2015), https://doi.org/10.56902/SBS.2015.1.7.
Analysis Of Robert Schumann’S “Fantasy Pieces For Clarinet And Piano”, Opus 73, For A Greater Understanding Of A Standard In Western Classical Solo Repertory, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Analysis Of Robert Schumann’S “Fantasy Pieces For Clarinet And Piano”, Opus 73, For A Greater Understanding Of A Standard In Western Classical Solo Repertory, Kaleigh Alwood
Music Undergraduate Honors Theses
In a mere two days, Robert Schumann composed a duet that would become a lasting symbol of romanticism in chamber music. “Fantasy Pieces for Clarinet and Piano”, Op. 73 is now a standard in clarinet repertoire. As such, the piece is frequently performed and analyzed. Schumann and his “Fantasy Pieces” are well known and broadly discussed, which leads one to wonder: how does one contribute to and interpret such a standard? To answer this question, it is proposed that research is utilized to examine the history surrounding the composer and the work alongside theoretical analysis to find and interpret key ...
Collaboration From Variable Perspectives Through A Multi-Instrumental Approach, 2022 Liberty University
Collaboration From Variable Perspectives Through A Multi-Instrumental Approach, Sarah Gates
Senior Honors Theses
This thesis is a discussion of the art of musical collaboration. First to be defined is general collaboration and what the key components to success are as discussed by various authors. The components will be discussed through the various aspects of musical collaborative relationships, such as those between fellow performers, composers and artists, conductors and their ensembles, as well as teachers and their students. A discussion of the differences between those who are experienced on their singular instrument versus those who are experiences on multiple instruments will also be made. Incorporation of this knowledge will be observed in the different ...