5 edition of Biomusicology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 537-561) and indexes.
|Statement||Nils L. Wallin.|
|LC Classifications||ML3820 .W23 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 582 p. :|
|Number of Pages||582|
|LC Control Number||91011808|
Biomusicology: neurophysiological, neuropsychological, and evolutionary perspectives on the origins and purposes of music. [Nils Lennart Wallin] -- Since the s, Swedish musicologist Nils Wallin has been exploring man's biological inheritance and its relationship to music. This book, the culmination of these many years of investigation. As a species-typical trait of Homo sapiens, musicality represents a cognitively complex and biologically grounded capacity worthy of intensive empirical principles are suggested here as prerequisites for a successful future discipline of bio-musicology. These involve adopting: (i) a multicomponent approach which recognizes that musicality is built upon a suite of Cited by:
Consists of papers given at a workshop on the origins of music held in Fiesole, Italy, May , the first of a series called Florentine Workshops in Biomusicology. "A Bradford Book." Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: I. The Beginning. 1. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain ® publishes leading-edge content in the field of music perception, cognition and neuroscience.. The journal invites authors to submit full-length manuscripts reporting experiments, integrative and evaluative reviews of research, and theoretical papers that are either based on or related to experimental research.
Musicology. likes 1 talking about this 78 were here. Home of the $ a month lessons! We specialize in musical instrument instruction, repair, sales, and service.5/5(14). The book’s opening chapters offer the broadest surveys of biomusicology and its potential guiding principles, and as such make both valuable contributions to this emerging field and introductions to it that can be read : Harper, Adam.
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The book can be viewed as representing the birth of evolutionary biomusicology. What biological and cognitive forces have shaped humankind's musical behavior and the rich global repertoire of musical structures.
What is music for, and why does every human culture have it. What are the universal features of music and musical behavior across cultures?5/5(2). In this book — now revised and expanded for the paperback edition — Dr.
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Biomusicology is the study of music from a biological point of view. The term was coined by Nils L. Wallin in to encompass several branches of music psychology and musicology, including evolutionary musicology, neuromusicology, and comparative musicology.
Evolutionary musicology studies the "origins of music, the question of animal song, selection pressures underlying music evolution. Biomusicology: Neurophysiological, Neuropsychological and Evolutionary Perspectives on the Origins and Purposes of Music (Ex) [Nils Lennart Wallin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Biomusicology: Neurophysiological. Books shelved as ethnomusicology: The Study of Ethnomusicology: Thirty-One Issues and Concepts by Bruno Nettl, Shadows in the Field: New Perspectives for. This book is extremely helpful and a great reference for graduate studies.
The book lists the concepts in alphabetical order and provides the background of the concept, the branches of musicology it informs, and key scholars both in and outside the field of musicology who have contributed to the development and understanding of the by: Biomusicology Lyrics: Had we never come across the vastness of pavement / The barrenness of waves and the grayness of the sea / Never lost or ne'er been misguided /.
The book can be viewed as representing the birth of evolutionary biomusicology. What biological and cognitive forces have shaped humankind's musical behavior and the rich global repertoire of musical structures. What is music for, and why does every human culture have it.
What are the universal features of music and musical behavior across cultures. In this groundbreaking book, musicologists. The book can be viewed as representing the birth of evolutionary biomusicology—the study of which will contribute greatly to our understanding of the evolutionary precursors of human music, the evolution of the hominid vocal tract, localization of brain function, the structure of acoustic-communication signals, symbolic gesture, emotional Price: $ musicology, systematized study of music and musical style, particularly in the realm of historical research.
The scholarly study of music of different historical periods was not practiced until the 18th cent., and few published efforts were rigorously researched. Biomusicology is part of the WikiProject Biology, an effort to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to biology on Wikipedia.
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70 illustrations This book the culmination of these many years of investigation offers a musicological interpretation of recent r esearch in neurophysiology and paleobiology. A model of music as a.
The book can be viewed as representing the birth of evolutionary biomusicology—the study of which will contribute greatly to our understanding of the evolutionary precursors of human music, the evolution of the hominid vocal tract, localization of brain function, the structure of acoustic-communication signals, symbolic gesture, emotional.
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Price - High to Low. BioPhilly. likes. BioPhilly's mission is to promote the important link between human health, and the meaningful daily experience of wild and bio-diverse nature in the ers:. The morphodynamic isomorphism between the tonal flow of music and its neurophysiological substrates proposed in this work, indicates that a tonal chreod, i.e., a morphogenetic field or basin, where occurs the primordial moment, the birth, of fluctuation in the musical structure that initiates a "bifurcation" or a "catastrophe" (Rene Thom) leading the development in a new direction.
C. MA with a Concentration in Musicology and Emphasis in Early Music Performance. Applicants to this program must both turn in all of the requirements for the MA with a Concentration in Musicology and schedule an audition at the level of a senior recital of the Bachelor in Music.The science of biomusicology.
The term “biomusicology” was coined by Wallin (). It comprises three principal branches, as described in the text:evolutionary musicology, neuromusicology, and comparative musicology.
The synthetic questions that evolutionary musicology (the subject of this volume) addresses incorporate all three branches File Size: KB.