direkt zum Inhalt springen

direkt zum Hauptnavigationsmenü

Sie sind hier

TU Berlin

Inhalt des Dokuments


Sound, materiality and embodiment challenges for the concept of 'musical expertise' in the age of digital mediatization
Zitatschlüssel Lepa2015
Autor Lepa, Steffen and Hoklas, Anne-Kathrin and Egermann, Hauke and Weinzierl, Stefan
Seiten 294–300
Jahr 2015
ISSN 1354-8565
DOI 10.1177/1354856515579837
Journal Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
Jahrgang 21
Nummer 3
Zusammenfassung Within academic music research, musical expertise' is often employed as a moderator variable' when conducting empirical studies on music listening. Prevalent conceptualizations typically conceive of it as a bundle of cognitive skills acquired through formal musical education. By implicitly drawing on the paradigm of the Western classical live concert, this ignores that for most people nowadays, the term music' refers to electro-acoustically generated sound waves rendered by audio or multimedia electronic devices. Hence, our article tries to challenge the traditional musicologist's view by drawing on empirical findings from three more recent music-related research lines that explicitly include the question of media playback technologies. We conclude by suggesting a revised musical expertise concept that extends from the traditional dimensions and also incorporates expertise gained through ecological perception, material practice and embodied listening experiences in the everyday. Altogether, our contribution shall draw attention to growing convergences between musicology and media and communications research.
Link zur Publikation Download Bibtex Eintrag

Zusatzinformationen / Extras


Schnellnavigation zur Seite über Nummerneingabe

Diese Seite verwendet Matomo für anonymisierte Webanalysen. Mehr Informationen und Opt-Out-Möglichkeiten unter Datenschutz.