|Series:||Performance and Science: Interdisciplinary Dialogues|
|Illustrations:||15 bw illus|
|Dimensions:||216 x 138 mm|
This international collection brings together scientists, scholars and artist-researchers to explore the cognition of memory through the performing arts and examine artistic strategies that target cognitive processes of memory. The strongly embodied and highly trained memory systems of performing artists render artistic practice a rich context for understanding how memory is formed, utilized and adapted through interaction with others, instruments and environments. Using experimental, interpretive and Practice-as-Research methods that bridge disciplines, the authors provide overview chapters and case studies.
PART II, Chapter 7
Analytical Aspects in Children’s Performance of Music from Memory
Anna Maria Bordin (Conservatory of Genoa, Italy)
Mixed methods behavioural experiment