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Biasutti, Michele – International Journal of Music Education, 2018
This pilot study analyzed the learning activities of adult musicians during the composition of a new musical work through online collaboration. The participants interacted in a virtual environment using synchronous and asynchronous tools to develop the composition project. The study utilized a mixed method descriptive design through video…
Descriptors: Adults, Musicians, Computer Simulation, Musical Composition
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Ferrari, Laura; Addessi, Anna Rita – International Journal of Music Education, 2014
This article describes a didactic experience concerning the interaction between young children and the Continuator, an Interactive Reflexive Musical System (IRMS) elaborated at SONY- Computer Science Laboratory in Paris. The general aim was to analyse whether and how the Continuator can be used in the kindergartner during the daily school…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Children, Music, Music Education
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Seddon, Frederick; Biasutti, Michele – International Journal of Music Education, 2009
This study investigated the viability of learning to play an improvised 12-bar blues on keyboard with both hands together in an asynchronous e-learning environment. The study also sought to reveal participant approaches to and reflections on this learning experience. Participants were video-taped as they engaged with six "Blues…
Descriptors: Music Education, Learning Activities, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Environment
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Johnson, Christopher M.; Price, Harry E.; Schroeder, Linda K. – International Journal of Music Education, 2009
The purpose of the present study was to determine if pre-service music educators could discriminate between novice and expert choral directors irrespective of the proficiency of the choral ensemble. A secondary purpose was to compare study results elicited in the USA with those from participants in Europe, South America and Asia. Previous research…
Descriptors: Music Education, Qualitative Research, Music, Foreign Countries