The Psychology Of Music In Multimedia

Author: Siu-Lan Tan
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199608156
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This is a valuable book for those in the fields of music psychology and musicology, as well as film and media studies.

On Repeat

Author: Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199990859
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Tan, S.L., Spackman, M., & Peaslee, C. (2006). The effects of repeated exposure
on liking and judgments of musical unity of intact and patchwork compositions.
Music Perception, 23, 407– 421. Tan, S.L., Cohen, A., Lipscomb, S. & Kendall,
R. A. (2013). The Psychology of Music in Multimedia. New York: Oxford University
Press. Tannen, D. (2007). Talking Voices: Repetition, Dialogue, and Imagery in
Conversational Discourse (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Oxford Handbook Of Music Psychology

Author: Susan Hallam
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191620742
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Music in performance arts: music that is not alone Music is rarely alone (Cook
1998). Throughout civilization, it has typically been performed in conjunction with
dance, poetic text, theatre, and, more recently, film and television (Cohen 1999).
This chapter considers the psychology of music in the contexts of performance
arts, in particular the arts of the moving image, drama, and dance. Research in
the psychology of music far exceeds psychological research in any of the other

Analysing Musical Multimedia

Author: Nicholas Cook
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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In seeking to reinterpret as absolute music what he had composed as a 'musical-
choreographic work',52 Stravinsky was reacting (and contributing) to an
emerging aesthetic consensus that extended far beyond the domain of music.
The assumption of aesthetic autonomy is so deeply ingrained in the one article to
have been published on 'Fantasia' in a serious academic journal as, in effect, to
prejudge the conclusions that it reaches. The article is called ' "Fantasia" and the
Psychology ...