A comparison of modes of communication between members of a string quartet and a jazz sextet

@article{Seddon2009ACO,
  title={A comparison of modes of communication between members of a string quartet and a jazz sextet},
  author={F. Seddon and M. Biasutti},
  journal={Psychology of Music},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={395 - 415}
}
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 of communication employed by a student jazz sextet revealed in a previous study by the first author. Six modes of communication were revealed in both studies (i.e., verbal and non-verbal, instruction/cooperation/ collaboration). Results indicated that the modes of communication employed by both groups… Expand
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