The DiaMuse Project collects experiments with young children interacting with a particular interactive musical system, the Continuator, created at the SONY-Computer Science Laboratory in Paris. The system is able to play with the same style of a human playing a keyboard. The pilot protocol was realised with three to five- year-old children in a kindergarten in Bologna (Italy). Other experimental protocols were then realised in Northampton (UK), and in Italy with more didactic purposes. This paper describes a synthesis of the project and the results.

The children and the Continuator

ADDESSI, ANNA RITA;FERRARI, LAURA;REGAZZI, FABIO;
2009

Abstract

The DiaMuse Project collects experiments with young children interacting with a particular interactive musical system, the Continuator, created at the SONY-Computer Science Laboratory in Paris. The system is able to play with the same style of a human playing a keyboard. The pilot protocol was realised with three to five- year-old children in a kindergarten in Bologna (Italy). Other experimental protocols were then realised in Northampton (UK), and in Italy with more didactic purposes. This paper describes a synthesis of the project and the results.
MERYC2009. Proceedings of the 4th Conference of the European Network of Music Educators an Researchers of Young Children
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A.R. Addessi; L. Ferrari; D. Benghi; F. Regazzi; M. Marchini; F. Pachet
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