In this article the concept of “musical style” is introduced as a tool to study the relationship between children and art, and the paradigm of “reflexive interaction” as a “device” to enhance the child’s musical style. The concept of musical style will be introduced as a representation of the child’s identity, a way of expressing her/his self with sounds and music, and to be in communication with others. We will introduce the paradigm of “reflexive interaction”, a particular tool that proved able to support and reinforce the individual musical style of each child, in both child-machine and child-adult interaction. Some scenarios of reflexive interaction both in everyday life and music lessons will be introduced and discussed.

Arts and childhood: Children's musical styles in a “reflexive” environment

Addessi A. R.;
2019

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In this article the concept of “musical style” is introduced as a tool to study the relationship between children and art, and the paradigm of “reflexive interaction” as a “device” to enhance the child’s musical style. The concept of musical style will be introduced as a representation of the child’s identity, a way of expressing her/his self with sounds and music, and to be in communication with others. We will introduce the paradigm of “reflexive interaction”, a particular tool that proved able to support and reinforce the individual musical style of each child, in both child-machine and child-adult interaction. Some scenarios of reflexive interaction both in everyday life and music lessons will be introduced and discussed.
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Addessi, A.R., Pscheidt, J.F., Cardoso
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