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Music Composition Lessons: the multimodal affordances of technology

Abstract : This article seeks to investigate the multimodal affordances presented by music software and how it can provide new opportunities for students to engage with composition work in the classroom. It aims to broaden the scope of current research into classroom composition using technology, through a study of students' environments and compositional processes as seen from these new perspectives. The authors believe there is a now a need for a reconsideration of the scope of multimodal enquiry in the field of creative music.
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Marina Gall, Nick Breeze. Music Composition Lessons: the multimodal affordances of technology. Educational Review, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2005, 57 (4), nov 2005, pp.415-433. ⟨hal-00190406⟩



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