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The Effects of Expressive Variation in Dynamics on the Musical Preferences of Middle School Music Students
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BCFRME Volume 124, ISSN 0010-9894

Abstract

Reports on the effects of expressive variation in dynamics on the musical preferences of 45 middle school students. Finds that students preferred the expressive version of 10 folk songs. Concludes that expressive interpretation and performance may stimulate a wide range of positive student responses. (CFR)

Citation

Burnsed, V. & Sochinski, J. (1995). The Effects of Expressive Variation in Dynamics on the Musical Preferences of Middle School Music Students. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 124, 1-12. Retrieved December 7, 2021 from .

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