Empirical Music Aesthetics

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Abstract

The toolbox for empirically exploring the ways that artistic endeavors convey and activate meaning on the part of performers and audiences continues to expand. Current work employing methods at the intersection of performance studies, philosophy, motion capture and neuroscience to better understand musical performance and reception is inspired by traditional approaches within aesthetics, but it also challenges some of the presuppositions inherent in them. As an example of such work I present a research project in empirical music aesthetics begun last year and of which I am a team member.

Original languageEnglish
Publication date7. Mar 2013
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 7. Mar 2013
EventDansk Filosofisk Selskabs årsmøde 2013 - Syddansk Universitet, Odense , Denmark
Duration: 8. Mar 20139. Mar 2013

Conference

ConferenceDansk Filosofisk Selskabs årsmøde 2013
LocationSyddansk Universitet
CountryDenmark
CityOdense
Period08/03/201309/03/2013

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Research Projects
Music Aesthetics
Philosophy
Musical Performance
Presupposition
Aesthetics
Motion Capture
Reception
Performer
Performance Study
Neuroscience

Bibliographical note

Pp. 10-11 on http://static.sdu.dk/mediafiles//F/8/1/%7BF81442E7-141A-4258-AAC5-C1040D8CBF3C%7DDFS%20-%20Abstracts.pdf

Keywords

  • Philosophy of Music
  • Motion Capture
  • fMRI
  • Meaning Studies

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Grund, C. M. (2013). Empirical Music Aesthetics. Abstract from Dansk Filosofisk Selskabs årsmøde 2013, Odense , Denmark.
Grund, Cynthia M. / Empirical Music Aesthetics. Abstract from Dansk Filosofisk Selskabs årsmøde 2013, Odense , Denmark.1 p.
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