The musical ear oral tradition in the usa sempre studies in the psychology of music anne dhu mclucas on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the musical ear oral tradition in the usa provides a wide ranging look at the role played by music that is passed on orally without the use of notation. The theme for the series is the psychology of music broadly defined topics include i musical development at different ages ii exceptional musical development in the context of special educational needs iii musical cognition and context iv culture mind and music v micro to macro perspectives on the impact of music on the individual from neurological studies through to social . There are many places where she uses the duel term oral aural the musical case studies come entirely from the united states we would expect that most of the examples would be of folk music but mclucas gives just as many examples from popular native american and art music from the seventeenth century to the present she has drawn examples from her real life experiences many locally . As part of ashgates sempre society for education music psychology research series on music psychology anne dhu mclucas the musical ear oral tradition in the usa evaluates the role and impact of oral aural music traditions in the united states augmenting information gleaned from conventional ethnographic approaches ie embracing a boasian relativism that respects sub cultural . In this respect playing by ear can be also seen as a music specific example of oral tradition however there are some examples of musical traditions where greater importance is placed on a tradition of writing down the music in some form of musical notation the concept of playing by ear has led to the development of the idiom to play by ear
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