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Interactive music visualization: implementation, realization and evaluation

Vieira, Marco Filipe Ganança
Fonte: Universidade da Madeira Publicador: Universidade da Madeira
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 19/02/2014 ENG
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This thesis describes all process of the development of music visualization, starting with the implementation, followed by realization and then evaluation. The main goal is to have to knowledge of how the audience live performance experience can be enhanced through music visualization. With music visualization is possible to give a better understanding about the music feelings constructing an intensive atmosphere in the live music performance, which enhances the connection between the live music and the audience through visuals. These visuals have to be related to the live music, furthermore has to quickly respond to live music changes and introduce novelty into the visuals. The mapping between music and visuals is the focus of this project, in order to improve the relationship between the live performance and the spectators. The implementation of music visualization is based on the translation of music into graphic visualizations, therefore at the beginning the project was based on the existent works. Later on, it was decided to introduce new ways of conveying music into visuals. Several attempts were made in order to discover the most efficient mapping between music and visualization so people can fully connect with the performance. Throughout this project...

Performances musicais distribuídas através de Internet residencial; Network music performance over the residential Internet

Tomiyoshi, Marcio Masaki
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 27/05/2013 PT
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A ideia de se permitir que diversos músicos possam interagir remotamente utilizando-se de redes de computadores não é nova, mas nunca se popularizou. O que antes era limitado tecnologicamente devido às condições disponibilizadas por conexões de internet pela linha telefônica, hoje apresenta-se muito mais viável tecnicamente com a massicação da internet de banda larga, seja por cabo ou por tecnologias DSL. Apesar disso, encontrar um ambiente virtual em que a performance musical pareça completamente natural para o músico é uma das maiores diculdades nesta área. Embora a latência obtida na conexão entre computadores esteja vinculada principalmente à distância entre os usuários e à qualidade do serviço oferecido pelos provedores de internet, outros aspectos, como a largura de banda, podem ser controlados pelo software. Para lidar com as limitações de largura de banda no acesso à internet disponíveis comercialmente, um método de compactação de áudio eciente e que alie baixa latência algorítmica com alta qualidade sonora é imprescindível. Para evitar que atrasos muito grandes na transmissão do áudio impossibilitem uma interação musical entre os participantes, uma técnica em que a própria resposta sonora do instrumento seja atrasada localmente torna-se uma alternativa válida na busca de um ambiente para performances musicais via rede. Esta dissertação busca apresentar uma alternativa exível e de fácil utilização para que a realização de performances musicais distribuídas por usuários caseiros seja possível...

Ansiedade na performance musical : causas, sintomas e estratégias de estudantes de flauta

Cunha, Andre Sinico da
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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A presente pesquisa tem como objetivo investigar causas, sintomas e estratégias utilizadas por estudantes de flauta do curso de Bacharelado em Música de Instituições de Ensino Superior para lidar com a ansiedade na performance musical de uma obra para flauta solo em recital de caráter avaliativo. Os procedimentos de coleta e análise de dados ocorreram à semelhança do estudo de Siw Nielsen (1999), isto é, através da observação do comportamento dos participantes em recital e de seus relatos verbais por meio da entrevista semiestruturada, cujas situações foram registradas em áudio e vídeo. Os dados obtidos foram analisados em quatro etapas, sendo a primeira e a quarta quantitativamente e as demais qualitativamente. Os dados coletados na pesquisa foram analisados quantitativamente no que se refere ao perfil dos participantes e ao final do cruzamento dos dados; e qualitativamente no que se refere à observação e aos relatos verbais. Por fim, foi realizado o cruzamento dos dados para fins de comparação entre as duas análises, bem como extrair conclusões sobre causas, sintomas e estratégias utilizadas por estudantes de flauta para lidar com a ansiedade na performance musical e comparação entre causas e sintomas de ansiedade de clarinetistas.; This research focuses on investigating causes...

Design de difusores sonoros a partir de processo serial : adequação acustica de pequenas salas a performance e audição musical; Design of sound diffusers by serial procedure : acoustical adequacy of small rooms to musical performance and listening

Jose Augusto Mannis
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 22/02/2008 PT
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Este trabalho é dirigido a soluções de conforto acústico para escuta e performance musical, considerando sobretudo aspectos psicoacústicos da escuta subjetiva de músicos e especialistas nesta área. A partir de critérios de avaliação acústica de salas para música em Beranek e princípios de design e funcionamento dos difusores de Schroeder, a pesquisa apresenta soluções originais de concepção e design de difusores a partir da técnica de composição musical com 12 sons de Schoenberg, e pode ser qualificada como inovação tecnológica. A escuta técnica e de apreciação musicais são ao mesmo tempo base, guia e eixo deste trabalho, assim como a melhoria de condições permitindo escutas de boa qualidade é seu objetivo. Perguntas como: “O que acontece no som que é importante para os músicos em performance?”, “Como e o que o músico ouve?” e “O que é importante para a escuta musical?” estão profundamente presentes tanto neste trabalho quanto nos trabalhos de Beranek que, por essa razão, foi, teoricamente, um dos pontos de partida adotados. A pesquisa aqui realizada, bem como este trabalho, situa-se na confluência de três grandes áreas do conhecimento: Artes e Humanidades (Música, Sonologia, Arquitetura)...

Network Latency Adaptive Tempo in the Public Sound Objects System

Barbosa, Álvaro; Cardoso, Jorge; Geiger, Günter
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2005 ENG
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In recent years Computer Network-Music has increasingly captured the attention of the Computer Music Community. With the advent of Internet communication, geographical displacement amongst the participants of a computer mediated music performance achieved world wide extension. However, when established over long distance networks, this form of musical communication has a fundamental problem: network latency (or net-delay) is an impediment for real-time collaboration. From a recent study, carried out by the authors, a relation between network latency tolerance and Music Tempo was established. This result emerged from an experiment, in which simulated network latency conditions were applied to the performance of different musicians playing jazz standard tunes. The Public Sound Objects (PSOs) project is web-based shared musical space, which has been an experimental framework to implement and test different approaches for on-line music communication. This paper describe features implemented in the latest version of the PSOs system, including the notion of a network-music instrument incorporating latency as a software function, by dynamically adapting its tempo to the communication delay measured in real-time.

Ansiedade na performance musical: tradução, adaptação e validação do Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory (K-MPAI) para a língua portuguesa

Rocha,Sérgio de Figueiredo; Dias-Neto,Emmanuel; Gattaz,Wagner Farid
Fonte: Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo Publicador: Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2011 PT
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CONTEXTO: A performance musical requer alto nível de habilidade em diversos parâmetros, como coordenação motora, atenção e memória, o que a torna particularmente suscetível aos estados de ansiedade. Pesquisas nessa área têm avançado com a introdução de instrumentos específicos para abordar a ansiedade na performance musical, como é o caso da Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory (K-MPAI). OBJETIVOS: O presente estudo teve como objetivo traduzir, adaptar e validar a K-MPAI para a língua portuguesa. MÉTODOS: Após autorização da autora, a escala K-MPAI foi traduzida e validada. A escala em língua portuguesa foi aplicada a 218 músicos de ambos os sexos, amadores e profissionais. Para a validação concorrente, foi utilizado o Inventário de Ansiedade Traço-Estado (IDATE), versão validada na língua portuguesa da State Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). RESULTADOS: A análise da consistência interna apresentou alfa de Cronbach = 0,957 com p < 0,001, reprodutibilidade com p = 0,378 e validação concorrente com a IDATE com alfa de Cronbach = 0,642 e p < 0,001. CONCLUSÃO: O estudo permite considerar a amostra com graus de confiabilidade e reprodutibilidade elevados, o que traduz este estudo como provindo de uma amostra não tendenciada e replicável a outras populações. A validação concorrente entre a K-MPAI e a IDATE permite inferir que ambas as escalas são comparáveis na capacidade de medir os níveis de ansiedade em musicistas.

Parameters for screening music performance anxiety

Barbar,Ana E.; Crippa,José A.; Osório,Flávia L.
Fonte: Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP Publicador: Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/09/2014 EN
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Objective: To assess the discriminative capacity of the Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory (K-MPAI), in its version adapted for Brazil, in a sample of 230 Brazilian adult musicians. Method: The Social Phobia Inventory (SPIN) was used to assess the presence of social anxiety indicators, adopting it as the gold standard. The Mann-Whitney U test and the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve were used for statistical analysis, with p ≤ 0.05 set as the significance level. Results: Subjects with social anxiety indicators exhibited higher mean total K-MPAI scores, as well as higher individual scores on 62% of its items. The area under the ROC curve was 0.734 (p = 0.001), and considered appropriate. Within the possible cutoff scores presented, the score -15 had the best balance of sensitivity and specificity values. However, the score -7 had greater specificity and accuracy. Conclusion: The K-MPAI showed appropriate discriminant validity, with a marked association between music performance anxiety and social anxiety. The cutoff scores presented in the study have both clinical and research value, allowing screening for music performance anxiety and identification of possible cases.

Action and familiarity effects on self and other expert musicians’ Laban effort-shape analyses of expressive bodily behaviors in instrumental music performance: a case study approach

Broughton, Mary C.; Davidson, Jane W.
Fonte: Frontiers Media S.A. Publicador: Frontiers Media S.A.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 29/10/2014 EN
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Self-reflective performance review and expert evaluation are features of Western music performance practice. While music is usually the focus, visual information provided by performing musicians’ expressive bodily behaviors communicates expressiveness to musically trained and untrained observers. Yet, within a seemingly homogenous group, such as one of musically trained individuals, diversity of experience exists. Individual differences potentially affect perception of the subtleties of expressive performance, and performers’ effective communication of their expressive intentions. This study aimed to compare self- and other expert musicians’ perception of expressive bodily behaviors observed in marimba performance. We hypothesized that analyses of expressive bodily behaviors differ between expert musicians according to their specialist motor expertise and familiarity with the music. Two professional percussionists and experienced marimba players, and one professional classical singer took part in the study. Participants independently conducted Laban effort-shape analysis – proposing that intentions manifest in bodily activity are understood through shared embodied processes – of a marimbists’ expressive bodily behaviors in an audio-visual performance recording. For one percussionist...

The performative pleasure of imprecision: a diachronic study of entrainment in music performance

Geeves, Andrew; McIlwain, Doris J.; Sutton, John
Fonte: Frontiers Media S.A. Publicador: Frontiers Media S.A.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 29/10/2014 EN
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This study focuses in on a moment of live performance in which the entrainment amongst a musical quartet is threatened. Entrainment is asymmetric in so far as there is an ensemble leader who improvises and expands the structure of a last chorus of a piece of music beyond the limits tacitly negotiated during prior rehearsals and performances. Despite the risk of entrainment being disturbed and performance interrupted, the other three musicians in the quartet follow the leading performer and smoothly transition into unprecedented performance territory. We use this moment of live performance to work back through the fieldwork data, building a diachronic study of the development and bases of entrainment in live music performance. We introduce the concept of entrainment and profile previous theory and research relevant to entrainment in music performance. After outlining our methodology, we trace the evolution of the structure of the piece of music from first rehearsal to final performance. Using video clip analysis, interviews and field notes we consider how entrainment shaped and was shaped by the moment of performance in focus. The sense of trust between quartet musicians is established through entrainment processes, is consolidated via smooth adaptation to the threats of disruption. Non-verbal communicative exchanges...

O home studio como ferramenta para o ensino da performance musical; The home studio as a tool for teaching musical performance

VIEIRA, Gabriel da Silva
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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The use of studios of recording of simple (or home-made) composition, the calls home studios, it has been growing significantly in Brazil due to the reduction in price of certain technological devices used in its context. For example, sound cards, microphones, monitors, mixes and hardware. The home studio is a music production environment that uses different technologies to design a music product, educational or sound. Its use has converged to the development of musical productions that have helped to promote different artists, or even tools used in its context. This work has the use of home-made composition in the teaching of musical performance as main point. It shows literature review, the structure of the home studio and the development of computer software to point suggestions to use homemade composition in the teaching of musical performance. This work converges to the musician (performer/teacher/student) to promote a discussion about the teaching of music with a computer and it indicates ways to use technological devices in teaching music. It concludes that the use of home studio in the teaching of music performance tends to be very productive and its environment can serve as a workstation that allows the music s teachers to try it on different forms of interaction with new technologies...

iGrooving: A Generative Music Mobile Application for Runners

Lepervanche, Daniel J.
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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iGrooving is a generative music mobile application specifically designed for runners. The application’s foundation is a step-counter that is programmed using the iPhone’s built-in accelerometer. The runner’s steps generate the tempo of the performance by mapping each step to trigger a kick-drum sound file. Additionally, different sound files are triggered at specific step counts to generate the musical performance, allowing the runner a level of compositional autonomy. The sonic elements are chosen to promote a meditative aspect of running. iGrooving is conceived as a biofeedback-stimulated musical instrument and an environment for creating generative music processes with everyday technologies, inspiring us to rethink our everyday notions of musical performance as a shared experience. Isolation, dynamic changes, and music generation are detailed to show how iGrooving facilitates novel methods for music composition, performance and audience participation.

Performing abroad: ‘Lucnica Slovak National Folklore Ballet’ in Melbourne, 2007

Roy, Diane Carole
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (PhD); Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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This thesis explores the significance of a Slovak traditional music and dance performance in Melbourne in October 2007 by Lucnica: Slovak National Folklore Ballet’. While the troupe represents a genre of traditional music performance that is revered by many Slovaks, it is also criticized in the community and scholarly narratives as being ‘artificial’. This thesis shows that Lucnica’s performances are deeply significant, however, and that they constitute a legitimate form of music folklore practice for performers and Slovak audiences, embodying the Slovak landscape and history, despite artistic modifications. However, by taking an interactional viewpoint, this thesis shows that on foreign soil, complex meanings were thrown into relief. While Lucnica’s stated mission is to spread Slovak traditional music culture abroad, it was found that in multicultural Melbourne, Lucnica’s performance generated a variety of discursive strands. The same performance confirmed and celebrated Slovak ethnicity for Slovak Australians, and at the same time, contributed to the discourse of British hegemony and marginalization of the same. A second, but equally important focus of the thesis, is that it addresses the dialectic between theory and data. Ethnographic notes were analyzed according to Goffman’s model for non-verbal interaction...

Tertiary flute students’ listening habits regarding live performances and commercial recordings : the influence of listening on students’ attitudes towards study, practice, performance and further listening.

Curkpatrick, Surekha.
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2012
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This thesis investigates the listening habits of tertiary flute students, with a particular focus on listening to commercial recordings and live performances, examining possible influences of these on advanced learning in tertiary level music performance. The question of whether there are differences in the influences on students’ attitudes when listening to commercial recordings or live performances is examined as a preliminary overture for further exploration. As part of expected study approaches, tertiary music students listen extensively to commercial recordings and attend live performances not only as listening entertainment, but to support their learning of repertoire; including stylistic and interpretative musical aspects, stagecraft, performance practices and standards. This study seeks to ascertain the direct influence that listening has on tertiary students own learning and progress in the development of musical performance skills. The aim of this research is to offer a preliminary study which examines the listening habits of tertiary flute students regarding commercial recordings and live performances and the influence of listening on students’ attitudes towards study, practice and performance, exploring any differences in the impact of both listening contexts. Further...

Performance anxiety in adolescent musicians

Thomas, J.; Nettelbeck, T.
Fonte: SAGE Publications Publicador: SAGE Publications
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2014 EN
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Ninety secondary school music students (49 females, 41 males aged 12–18 years) from four Adelaide metropolitan schools with selective music programmes completed the Music Performance Anxiety Inventory for Adolescents (MPAI-A), State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, Junior Eysenck Personality Questionnaire Revised Short Form, and Adolescent Coping Scale Short Form. Females reported significantly more music performance anxiety (MPA) than males. Trait anxiety and neuroticism were significantly positively correlated with MPA and extraversion was significantly negatively correlated with MPA. Unproductive coping strategies were significantly positively correlated with MPA, but no significant association was found between MPA and productive coping strategies. Hierarchical regression analysis found that, after controlling for intercorrelations among variables, trait anxiety was the strongest significant predictor of MPA. Correlations between MPA with neuroticism and with extraversion were significantly accounted for by trait anxiety. The MPAI-A may hold promise as a screening tool for the early identification of potential MPA.; Jason P. Thomas and Ted Nettelbeck

El Dorado in Philly: Latin American Symphonic Music in the Fleisher Collection [abstract only]

Galván, Gary
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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While la Musica may have fostered the legend, it is la musica that makes the Edwin A. Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music at the Free Library of Philadelphia the El Dorado of Latin American symphonic music. Believing that no collection of orchestral music could be considered complete without the inclusion of the works of South and Central American composers, Philadelphia music philanthropist Edwin Fleisher began working directly with the United States Government in the 1940s to establish and cement cultural relations and personally commissioned Nicolas Slonimsky to visit Latin America in 1941-1942 in order to secure Pan American orchestral works so that they might be copied for the Fleisher Collection. Fleisher also attracted enthusiastic support from valuable resources such as Walter Burle Marx, Francisco Curt Lange, the Pan American Union, and the Library of Congress to mark the Federal Music Copying Project’s enlarged entrance into the field of producing full performance sets of unpublished contemporary South and Central American orchestral music. Ultimately, Fleisher amassed the largest collection of orchestral performance sets of Latin American orchestral music in the world. Through my research into this collection, I have recently uncovered over 70 uncatalogued Latin American works on microfilm which lack complete materials for performance. This presentation examines the history of the copying project through primary source documents...

Collaborative Music Making with Live Algorithms

Harrald, L.
Fonte: Australasian Computer Music Association; Melbourne Publicador: Australasian Computer Music Association; Melbourne
Tipo: Conference paper
Publicado em //2007 EN
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This paper discusses developments of ENSEMBLE, an interactive improvisation environment based on the Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma. The main emphasis of this paper is on the interactive version of ENSEMBLE, and its development for the work ‘fr@gm3nT’ [fragment], a collaboration between the author and saxophonist Derek Pascoe. Some of the lessons learned from non real-time, generative versions of ENSEMBLE are also discussed, along with the implications of the approach for algorithmic composition and live interactive computer music performance.; Luke Harrald; All Copyright remains with the author © Copyright 2007

Portfolio of compositions and exegesis: conflict and resolution - modelling emergent ensemble dynamics.

Harrald, Luke Adrian
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2008
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Theory as an approach to generative composition and interactive computer music. Inspired by the notion of Performance Indeterminacy, software has been developed that attempts to simulate the interactions of improvising performers using a multi-agent system based on the ‘Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma’. Composition activities and programming activities have formed a symbiotic relationship throughout the creation of the portfolio as each has constantly informed the other. Stylistically, the works presented fall into the experimental genre, although individually they address a wide range of aesthetic goals. The main contribution of this portfolio is a new approach to generative composition based on behavioural models, creating a sense of form bottom-up through modelling the social dynamics of music performance. Through this approach, the direct modelling of musical structures is avoided; instead larger scale forms emerge through the interactions of an ensemble of ‘improvising’ agents. This method offers a departure from previous complex systems work in the area of music, creating computer models of specific musical situations. Links between the Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma and music are also established and combined with current music technologies.; Thesis (Ph.D.)-- University of Adelaide...

Punk Music Performance by Snapline

Yan, Xiaoxiao
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Vídeo Formato: 29696 bytes; 218726883 bytes; application/msword; application/octet-stream
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A 33 minutes vedeo.; This is a film on a punk music performance by Snapline band on 4th June 2005 at a pub near Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China. Filmed and edtied by Xiaoxiao Yan.

Ansiedade na performance musical: tradução, adaptação e validação do Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory (K-MPAI) para a língua portuguesa; Music performance anxiety: translation, adaptation and validation of the Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory (K-MPAI) to the Portuguese language

Rocha, Sérgio de Figueiredo; Dias-Neto, Emmanuel; Gattaz, Wagner Farid
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina. Instituto de Psiquiatria Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina. Instituto de Psiquiatria
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2011 POR
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CONTEXTO: A performance musical requer alto nível de habilidade em diversos parâmetros, como coordenação motora, atenção e memória, o que a torna particularmente suscetível aos estados de ansiedade. Pesquisas nessa área têm avançado com a introdução de instrumentos específicos para abordar a ansiedade na performance musical, como é o caso da Kenny Music Performance Anxiety Inventory (K-MPAI). OBJETIVOS: O presente estudo teve como objetivo traduzir, adaptar e validar a K-MPAI para a língua portuguesa. MÉTODOS: Após autorização da autora, a escala K-MPAI foi traduzida e validada. A escala em língua portuguesa foi aplicada a 218 músicos de ambos os sexos, amadores e profissionais. Para a validação concorrente, foi utilizado o Inventário de Ansiedade Traço-Estado (IDATE), versão validada na língua portuguesa da State Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). RESULTADOS: A análise da consistência interna apresentou alfa de Cronbach = 0,957 com p < 0,001, reprodutibilidade com p = 0,378 e validação concorrente com a IDATE com alfa de Cronbach = 0,642 e p < 0,001. CONCLUSÃO: O estudo permite considerar a amostra com graus de confiabilidade e reprodutibilidade elevados, o que traduz este estudo como provindo de uma amostra não tendenciada e replicável a outras populações. A validação concorrente entre a K-MPAI e a IDATE permite inferir que ambas as escalas são comparáveis na capacidade de medir os níveis de ansiedade em musicistas.; BACKGROUND: Musical performance demands high-leveled coordination...

Managing a live music performance: A supply-side analysis

Manners,Bianca; Saayman,Melville; Kruger,Martinette
Fonte: Acta Commercii Publicador: Acta Commercii
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2015 EN
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PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this research is to determine what managers regard as important critical success factors in ensuring a memorable visitor experience at a live music performance. PROBLEM INVESTIGATED: When organising a live music performance, it is evident that the various characteristics that form part of the visitor experience have to be considered. The critical success factors of live music performances from the supply side are fundamental, since the costs of organising live music performances are high, the needs of the visitors are constantly changing and competition plays a major role in the success of such events. Management furthermore constantly needs to be aware of the ever-changing external environment by determining what factors visitors consider to be vital for a rewarding experience at a major music event. This is extremely important since the concept of experience has become more pervasive, mainly given that the event sector, such as live music performances, has adopted experience as a tool to make individual businesses more competitive, as the organisations operating within this sector exist to provide consumers with an experience. DESIGN AND/OR METHODOLOGY AND/OR APPROACH: A qualitative research method...