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Music Ed. Faculty Lani Hamilton Presents Research

Lani Hamilton, Assistant Professor of Music Education, and her collaborators presented their research at the Clifford K. Madsen International Symposium on Research in Music Behavior. Many learners studying music believe that the primary goal of practice is to improve their physical capabilities, but these data suggest that refined performance skills are also accompanied by commensurately refined skills in auditory discrimination.“Perceptions of timing, pitch, and loudness differences in artist level performances: Differences among musicians with varied levels of expertise” (Hamilton, L. M., Duke, R. A., Simmons, A. L., Allen,S. E.). Clifford K. Madsen International Symposium on Research in Music Behavior, Estes Park, CO, March 2019.
Published: Apr 29, 2019
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