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Music, Memory, and Thought: Explorations in Cognitive Musicology

Laske, Otto E.

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ISBN 10: 0835702650 / ISBN 13: 9780835702652
Published by Published for the Music Dept., University of Pittsburgh by University Microfilms International, 1977
Condition: Good Soft cover
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A clean, sound copy of this scholarly work by a distinguished musicologist. This is a paperbound book, quite readable, but with the appearance of having been photocopied from a typescript rather than having been typeset. There is light cornerwear, but no markings in the text. Fast shipping world wide, with tracking number provided to all US addresses. Bookseller Inventory # 29784

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Title: Music, Memory, and Thought: Explorations in ...

Publisher: Published for the Music Dept., University of Pittsburgh by University Microfilms International

Publication Date: 1977

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First Edition.

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This study presents a cognitive view of problems in musicology and suggests that in order to understand music one needs to understand musicians' real-time process, not simply its end product as is customary. The author introduces an information-processing theory of music, documents its empirical data base, and shows that insight into human memory necessitates a rethinking of assumptions made in music theory, musicology, and musical pedagogy. For this reason, the book develops a model of musical memory. Psychomusicology, an experimental study of musical behavior, is adopted as the basis of cognitive musicology.

In the first part of this study the author elaborates the notion of musicology as an empirical and experimental science. Problems of music acquisition and musical learning are treated in the second part, and the final section presents problems of ongoing psychomusicological research.

The mono graph is addressed to readers in the musical as well as the broader scientific community. Supported with sixty-three illustrations, a bibliography, glossary and an index, it could serve as a textbook for graduate courses in music theory, the methodology of musicological research, the cognitive psychology of music, and cognitive problems of music education.

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This product is not a traditionally bound book. Many ProQuest UMI products are black-and-white reproductions of original publications produced through the Books On Demand program. Alternately, this product may be a photocopy of a dissertation or it may be a collection reproduced on microfiche or microfilm if it is intended for library purchase.

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