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Environmental Changes and the Dynamics of Musical Identity [article]

Samuel F. Way, Santiago Gil, Ian Anderson, Aaron Clauset
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Our results demonstrate the robustness of individuals' musical identity, and shed new light on the development of preferences.  ...  But as each of these things changes, do our tastes also change to reflect the present, or remain fixed, reflecting our past?  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Manish Nag, Nathan Stein, Scott Wolf, Rozmin Daya, Clay Gibson, Will Shapiro, Glenn Mc-Donald, Ricardo Monti, Laura Norris, Daniel Larremore, Abigail Jacobs, Allison Morgan, and  ... 
arXiv:1904.04948v1 fatcat:w2pw3ghxx5fmtdotzw3xqhr37q

Environmental Aesthetics: Socio-Territorial Conflicts throughout Media

Christiane Wagner
2022 Zenodo  
Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.  ...  Environmental Aesthetics: Socio-Territorial Conflicts throughout Media is part of a session that I organized at the IV International ISA Forum, Porto Alegre, held on February 23–27, 2021, for the Research  ...  based on the current needs for social change and the role of contemporary art.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6337427 fatcat:k43bjf42gjh55fufo2vugigohq

Fabian Holt and Antti-Ville Kärjä (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of Popular Music in the Nordic Countries

Thomas Solomon
2019 Studia Musicologica Norvegica  
hard rock and metal scene), to the role of transnational music in enabling environmental consciousness and world citizenship in the context of global climate change (Nicola Dibben's chapter on music and  ...  As Hans Weisethaunet insists in his discussion of the dynamic of roots and routes traversed by musics and musicians between Norway and the USA, "circulation comes first" (p. 92).  ... 
doi:10.18261/issn.1504-2960-2019-01-10 fatcat:32rtncwnpvg35gn2v5xagunacu

Empirical study on the influences of environmental music on human factors in manual labor companies based on computerized digital audio analysis

Qingli Liu, A. Ghadouani, F. Wu
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
Further, this work will explore the practical impact of environmental music on human factors in the factory plant through the analysis of experimental data.  ...  Next, music is played, in two different experiments, in the assembly plant of a certain fabrication factory. Its impact on the emotion and productivity of employees is measured and discussed.  ...  Environmental music selection and computerized audio analysis Two groups of music are selected as environmental music based on parameters such as tempo, dynamics and speed.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202017902109 fatcat:fwyodvos7va6bpibsldsx3oy7e

The Color, Power Spectrum, and Hurst Exponent Associated with the Linear and chaotic Nature of Changes in Pitch of Selections of Music By Philip Glass

Michael R. Golinski
2015 Zenodo  
In all types of music, changes in the pitch of the music is a proxy for measuring change in the color of noise, and hence, the stability of noise over time.  ...  In the following paper, I hypothesize that particular pieces of Philip Glass's music can be used to measure (qualitatively and quantitatively), linear and chaotic or fractal (unstable) dynamic change in  ...  These models are used as references for determining the meaning of color in the time-series signal of the dynamics of changes in pitch in 1 measure of music taken from 2 of Philip Glass's compositions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3981139 fatcat:lbzvl3647zg2pg3vqrmr4bocwe

Cultural Identity and its Relationship to Ecosystem and Green Music

Angi Adawy, Mostafa El-Seddik
2021 مجلة علوم وفنون الموسیقى  
Accordingly, any change in the pattern or structure of water molecules can cause a change in the ecosystem (Ans 2012).  ...  and its Relationship to Ecosystem and Green Music Abstract Cultural identity is a dynamic changeable process that is significantly associated with the natural ecosystem  ... 
doi:10.21608/jfma.2021.29048.1004 fatcat:redlbuypsrdezep7ox2wuhrx7a

MUSIC AND ENVIRONMENT IN RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE

Katarzyna Szymańska-Stułka
2019 SWS Journal of SOCIAL SCIENCES AND ART  
This paper is an extended version of the text Environmental Psychology as a Perspective in Musical Analysis published in 2018 [1] and presented during the SGEM Conference in March 2018 in Vienna [section  ...  I propose to add a voice of musical theory here in studying the background of a composer's strategies and decisions in creating a musical work.  ...  This landmark in his life was at the same time a straight proof of his environmental awareness and the will of change it.  ... 
doi:10.35603/ssa2019/issue2.07 fatcat:x2eungaxijasxgyugu36f2bnfq

Abstracts

2009 French Politics Culture & Society  
Scholars have moved beyond Weber by developing a dynamic model of the relationship between center and periphery, and they have paid close attention to the relationship between regional and national identities  ...  France and Climate Change The deadly heat wave of August 2003 convinced a majority of French of the dramatic impact of climate change.  ... 
doi:10.3167/fpcs.2009.270210 fatcat:repcniuu4nf5zp4pdmqrtrz6m4

Preface and Introduction - Religion and Climate Vol. 2 No. 1

Gerbern S. Oegema, David K. Goodin
2020 Journal of the Council for Research on Religion  
His essay shows how music can help create the social bonding and empathy needed to create the change we need: This paper analyzes the role of music in raising awareness about anthropogenic climate change  ...  of the environmental crisis.  ... 
doi:10.26443/jcreor.v2i1.34 fatcat:5upnxv5atvdltni6kea55zhta4

Musictherapy joined to Gardentherapy, Environmental Education and Experimental Pedagogy for the Disability

Adriana De Serio, Donato Forenza
2020 International Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education (IJTIE)  
The aims of the MusGar-EnEdExPe are to strengthen the patient's identity and the mental and physical abilities and resilience to face the congenital / acquired disability.  ...  The importance of the communicative and emotional effects of the music with reference to the psychogenetic, ontogenetic, anthropological and neurophysiological structure has been studied and proved since  ...  and sonorous identity; analysis of the communication and relation dynamics; analysis of the symbolic elements that characterize the sonorous-musical production; sonorous interaction with the environmental  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijtie.2047.0533.2020.0187 fatcat:lxbijy2qpragdnac3x4w7ly2gq

People and Place Based Notations:

Ben Finley
2020 Critical Studies in Improvisation  
Considering the stakes of chronic environmental degradation, what are the roles of musicians and artistic institutions in the climate crisis?  ...  /improvisers, might practice music in ways that recognize and activate its ecological and environmental significance.  ...  7 Although I contextualize these lyrics within the fight for climate change justice and Indigenous youth leadership, the song should be listened to in its entirety as intersecting themes are prevalent-including  ... 
doi:10.21083/csieci.v13i1.6157 fatcat:7dzuuwydfbd4zd7vetw2xx3r64

Page 409 of American Anthropologist Vol. 83, Issue 2 [page]

1981 American Anthropologist  
Blacking sees no contradiction between the development (dynamic) of a society and the preservation (static) of its affective culture, and further notes that changing histor- ical and environmental factors  ...  Keali’inohomoku points out that Hawaiian music was tied to religion and hierarchical politics now thought undesirable, and serves today to reinforce cultural identity.  ... 

Music and Environment: From Artistic Creation to the Environmental Sensitization and Action – A Circular Model

Emmanouil C. Kyriazakos
2019 Open Journal for Studies in Arts  
This has the effect of forming a circular environmental feedback model through the artists, their works and the listeners.  ...  The majority of Greek artists believe that the relationship between music and the environment is still strong, although it seems to be waning year after year.  ...  Acknowledgements This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public commercial, or not-for-profit sectors. The author declares no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.32591/coas.ojsa.0202.03057k fatcat:2y2xtikfenh35hslh4oj5tm23e

Improvisation and ontology of art

Alessandro Bertinetto
2020 Rivista di Estetica  
Hence, if performing conventions and reception methods change and if they condition the identity of the musical work, then the identity of a musical work as a cultural construct can change: (different  ...  Since practices change, the identity of musical works is dynamic (in flux). 13 We may accommodate this idea within the type/token ontology.  ... 
doi:10.4000/estetica.6686 fatcat:su7z6ogvwvgglgqhveh5u4ypd4

Compositional Processes from an Ecological Perspective

Damián Keller
2000 Leonardo Music Journal  
This method can be compared to the dynamics of individual-environment interaction [1], which both constrain the way we perceive music and environmental sounds [2] and lead us to develop forms of sonic  ...  The ecological approach to music composition integrates models of environmental sound classes with social and cultural elements that contextualize a musical work.  ...  This method can be compared to the dynamics of individual-environment interaction [1] , which both constrain the way we perceive music and environmental sounds [2] and lead us to develop forms of sonic  ... 
doi:10.1162/096112100570459 fatcat:grrhqnhazbe2piikxopbzx5s7a
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