Disability and Music Performance examines discriminatory social practices in music conservatoria, orchestras, music festivals and music competitions, which limit disabled people's access to music performance at a professional level. (Also in print: ML3916 .T46 2018)
This book integrates three areas of concentration--music theory and composition, audio engineering, and music business--allowing students to understand and practice how to successfully navigate each stage of a score's life cycle from concept to contract.
Featuring 56 lessons by 49 music technology experts from around the world, this book is a guide to the world of music technology, covering topics like: composition, production skills, creating multimedia, beat-making, programming and designing instruments.
The text is comprehensive in its coverage of diverse areas comprising music psychology from the traditional and more contemporary domains, with special emphases on psychoacoustics, musical preference, learning, and the psychological foundations of rhythm, melody, and harmony.