Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Toward an analysis of piano cognition: Applying Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences
by Liu, Wen-Chi Cathy, D.M.A., Temple University, 2010, 109; 3423269
Abstract (Summary)

This monograph proposes a method of assisting pianists in evaluating their pianistic skills. Howard Gardner's theory of "multiple intelligences" provides the organization for an analysis of the cognitive faculties involved in advanced piano playing. An analysis chart and instructions are included as a model. Intended as a practical guide for advanced pianists, this thesis is written from a pianist's point of view, informed by piano pedagogy, cognitive psychology and music cognition sources.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Lindorff, Joyce, Wedeen, Harvey
Commitee: Brodhead, Richard
School: Temple University
Department: Music Performance
School Location: United States -- Pennsylvania
Source: DAI-A 71/10, Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Music, Music education, Cognitive psychology
Keywords: Cognition, Gardner, Howard, Multiple intelligences, Music, Music cognition, Piano pedagogy, Piano performance
Publication Number: 3423269
ISBN: 9781124240183
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