Creative Thinking Processes in Adolescent Computer-based Composition: an analysis of strategies adopted and the influence of instrumental music training

@article{Seddon2003CreativeTP,
  title={Creative Thinking Processes in Adolescent Computer-based Composition: an analysis of strategies adopted and the influence of instrumental music training},
  author={F. Seddon and S. O'Neill},
  journal={Music Education Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={125 - 137}
}
Abstract This study aims to investigate potential differences in composition strategies adopted by adolescents, with and without prior experience offormal instrumental music tuition (FIMT), when engaging with computer-based composition. Composition process data was analysed using an established method ofqualitative analysis oftext adapted for use in a musical context. Participants were 48 adolescents (aged 13–14 years) who had between 2 and 4 years of FIMT (n = 25) or no prior experience of… Expand
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