enables dancers to groove to a beat, follow a delicate melody or syncopate their movement with nuanced accents.
In this reprint from 2009, which contains a new afterword on recent research on musicality
and language, Honing considers the active role of listeners in making music meaningful, arguing that listening occurs in the mind and brain.
Sonatine Secrets: A Creative Approach to Developing Technique and Musicality
, by Joy J.
It explores the musical foundations of human communication and relationships in a variety of contexts, and in doing so greatly expands the theory of communicative musicality
as it was articulated by Malloch (1999), and Trevarthen and Malloch (2000).
Surprises abound -- ``While My Guitar Gently Weeps,'' ``Ave Maria,'' ``The Star-Spangled Banner,'' and the album's tour de force, Chick Corea's ``Spain,'' all feature technique, musicality
and chutzpah to spare.
Although lacking in rhyming skills, beat-making, or any facet of musicality
whatsoever, Rogers caught the eye of the Cash Money crew due to his taste in diamonds.
Their play is body-conscious musicality
that proceeds without instruments, music or stage and is not formally taught by their elders but is rather experienced as an open call of improvisation among peers.
Collected here, they are categorized in five distinctive chapters that provide an eclectic musicality
that dances from page to page as Thomas skillfully leads the reader with seemingly effortless strides.
At 23, Rebecca, co-winner of C4's reality show Musicality
, is actually too young to remember the days when John Travolta and the Bee Gees changed the face of disco dancing with the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever.
star Warren Sollars is going back to his theatrical roots - but for just one week.
As one of the winners of the reality show Musicality
, she has felt the glow of the spotlight and the thrill of applause.
It's all down to a TV show called Musicality
, to talent and bags of sheer hard work.