CAESAR, Michael

M.Ed University of Canberra 1999 Pages: 262

The processes used by high school music instrumentalists when improving music and the factors which influence those processes

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Link to Thesis: http://erl.canberra.edu.au/uploads/approved/adt-AUC20050214.143037/public/02whole.pdf

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The purpose of this study was to build upon the growing body of knowledge relating to music improvisation by investigating the processes used by high school music instrumentalists when improvising music and the factors that influence those processes. Many factors contribute to music improvisation skill and they must all be taken into account when investigating the music improvisation processes of high school music students. The theoretical framework of this study was based on the complex interactions that take place simultaneously between three identified ensembles of factors...

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