Music Performance Research (Journal)
Engagement activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work › Publication peer-review
James Slimings (Peer reviewer), 2017
Its aim is to disseminate theoretical and empirical research on the performance of music. Contributions are welcome from researchers in all disciplines relevant to music performance, including archaeology, cultural studies, composition, computer science, education, ethnomusicology, history, medicine, music theory and analysis, physics, musicology, philosophy, psychology, neuroscience and sociology. Specific topics that have been addressed to date include the role of music performance in personal development, identity, communication and interaction; the training and health of skilled musicians; theories and models of music performance; and the foundations of musical expertise.
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