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Modes of communication during jazz improvisation
  • F. Seddon
  • Psychology
  • British Journal of Music Education
  • 1 March 2005
This study investigated modes of communication adopted by six student jazz musicians during rehearsal and performance. Six one-hour rehearsal sessions and a performance were observed and videotapedExpand
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Non-music specialist trainee primary school teachers’ confidence in teaching music in the classroom
Prior research has revealed that non-music specialist trainee primary school teachers lack confidence in teaching music in spite of changes to teacher training and the introduction of music in theExpand
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A comparison of modes of communication between members of a string quartet and a jazz sextet
This study revealed the modes of communication employed between the members of a professional string quartet during rehearsal and performance. Results of this study enabled comparison with modes ofExpand
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Effects of an employment enhancement programme on participant NEETs
The research examined the effects on participants of an employment enhancement programme (EEP), which was delivered by a work-integration social enterprise in an area of high unemployment in theExpand
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Modes of Communication Between Members of a String Quartet
This qualitative case study revealed the modes of communication employed between members of a professional string quartet during rehearsal and performance. Six modes of communication and two levelsExpand
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Social enterprise: Accountability and evaluation around the world
Part I: Overview 1. Evaluating Social Enterprise: An International Perspective (Simon Denny and Fred Seddon) Part II: Defining Social Enterprise: A Theoretical Perspective 2. Social Enterprise orExpand
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Social enterprise: evaluation of an enterprise skills programme
Purpose – Evaluation of employment skills programmes (ESP) delivered by work integration social enterprises (WISEs) for the benefit of young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) isExpand
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'Evaluating a music e-learning resource: The participants' perspective'
TLDR
This pilot investigative study tested the efficacy of a music e-learning resource specifically constructed to enable individual learners to play a 12-bar improvised blues by ear, on a musical keyboard, in an e- learning environment. Expand
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Creative Thinking Processes in Adolescent Computer-based Composition: an analysis of strategies adopted and the influence of instrumental music training
Abstract This study aims to investigate potential differences in composition strategies adopted by adolescents, with and without prior experience offormal instrumental music tuition (FIMT), whenExpand
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Programme recruitment and evaluation: the effect of an employability enhancement programme on the general self-efficacy levels of unemployed graduates
This paper reports research that engaged in the evaluation of an intervention programme designed to enhance the employability of a group of unemployed graduates. The evaluation adopted aExpand
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