Studying the Effect of Creative Joint Action on Musicians’ Behavior
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- Glowinski D., Mancini M., Camurri A. (2013) Studying the Effect of Creative Joint Action on Musicians’ Behavior. In: De Michelis G., Tisato F., Bene A., Bernini D. (eds) Arts and Technology. ArtsIT 2013. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 116. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
How does the individual behavior of a musician change in solo Vs. creative joint action? In this paper we consider music performance, an ideal ecological test bed to investigate non-verbal social behavior, to compare the expressive movement of violinists when playing solo or in a string quartet ensemble. In the presented study, by measuring its Sample Entropy, we observe that the movement of a musician’s head in creative joint action is more regular with respect to the solo condition.
Keywordsmusic ensemble entropy expressive behavior creative joint action
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