musical perception

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Noun1.musical perception - the auditory perception of musical sounds
auditory perception, sound perception - the perception of sound as a meaningful phenomenon
tonal pattern, melody - the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
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3 [2016], 83-86), Tenney created what can be considered a theory of musical perception at a time when mainstream theorists had not yet adapted such an approach.
The findings suggest that: "(a) music-induced hearing loss is underrepresented in teacher education and music programs; (b) workplace accommodations, assistance, and compensation for hearing health-related medical expenses for music educators is lacking; (c) music educators often feel resigned to the possibility of developing a hearing impairment as an expected consequence of teaching instrumental music; (d) music educators choose not to use hearing protection while teaching because it negatively affects musical perception, classroom management, and verbal communication; and (e) the expectations of ablebodiedness in music education reinforces the stigma of hearing impairments among musicians and music educators.
11) According to the authors, this battery has proven useful in detecting a variety of alterations in musical perception and memory which may derive from brain damage, as well as the identification of cerebral structures associated with the components of musical cognition.
Scruton holds that a melody is a purely intentional object of musical perception.
Interactive activities for visitors will include the chance to auto-tune their voice, test their musical perception and try vocal remedies of myth and science at the Remedy Bar.
We are specifically interested in how previous research investigated music's non-representational status, the materiality of sound, the neural correlates of musical perception, the intrinsic characteristics of music itself, and musical imagery.
Tension and resolution are also central to a listener's musical perception.
First and foremost then it is precisely the experience of the moment - which of course in some cases may expand into a very long period of time - that I consider the starting point for my musical perception.
The concepts that provide the fundamental framework for musical perception are applied metaphorically.
Deutsch (1994) illustrates frequent cases with musical examples in which the principles of musical continuity, similarity, and common destiny are satisfied in musical perception.
It should be noted that musical perception is experienced on many levels, and the individual receiving the therapy does not need to be highly trained and experienced in music to benefit from the protocols.
These researchers put forth different perspectives on issues and controversies in the field, such as with modality specificity, ways to define auditory cortex through magnetic resonance imaging, advanced concepts in anatomy and physiology, learning and plasticity, tinnitus, auditory neuropathy, and musical perception and its disorders.