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Title:"Video training for singers" - for the audiovisual reception of jazz and classical singing on television
"Video training for singers" - on the audiovisual reception of jazz and classical singing on television [Translated with www.DeepL.com]Authors:Bullerjan, Claudia
Lehmann, AndreasIssue Date:1989Publisher:NoetzelAbstract:This exploratory study examines the influence of visual attractiveness ratings on the auditory rating of video-recorded female vocal performance. 158 test persons from heterogeneous groups (professional singers, [jazz] musicians, music students and lay people) were presented with video recordings of a piece of jazz and a piece of classical music. It was found that female subjects reacted more differently than men, depending on their age, and that experts judged classical music more differently than lay people, while they were more cautious about jazz titles. The results of a regression and a factor analysis suggest that visual perception is more important for judging jazz than for judging classical music. The latter seems to be more complex. [Translated with www.DeepL.com]
This exploratory study is concerned with the influence of judgments of visual attractiveness on the auditory evaluation of videotaped female vocal performances. To 158 subjects of heterogeneous groups (professional singers, [Jazz] musicians, music students and non-professionals) playback video performances of a jazz and a classical piece of music were presented. lt was shown that female subjects responded more differenciatedly according to age than males and that experts tended to judge more sophisticatedly than non-professionals in the case of classical music while more reservedly in the case of the jazz title. The results of a regressional and a factor analysis indicate that the visual perception is more important for jazz evaluation than for the evaluation of classical music. The latter seems to be more complex.URI:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12034/2852
http://dx.doi.org/10.23668/psycharchives.3237Citation:Bullerjan, C. & Lehmann, A. (1989). "Video training for singers" - for the audiovisual reception of jazz and classical singing on television. In K-E Behne, G Kleinen & H de la Motte-Haber (eds.), Music Psychology. Yearbook of the German Society for Music Psychology. Volume 6: Empirical Research - Aesthetic Experiments. Wilhelmshaven, Germany: Noetzel.Appears in Collections:Book Part