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1 Verse chorus verse: an analysis of repetition in popular musicPopular music is often criticized by academics for being too repetitive. However, repetition is the mechanism by which music makes sense of itself. It is a conduit for meaning â€" separating music from noise, poetry from ambient chatter. By showing that in most verse-chorus songs, the amount of v...Analysis; Music; Music psychology; Music repetition; Popular music; Repetition2017
2 The influence of formal music instruction on the construction of musical identities of conservatory jazz studentsScholarship in musical identity has been tied to psychological and sociological theories of identity construction. Recent scholarship has used social identity theory as a means to explore the relationship of music to identity. Scholars have advocated for phenomenological inquiry in order to gain an ...Identity; Jazz2014-08
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