Musical Memory

Some articles on musical memory, memory, musical:

Music-related Memory
... Musical memory refers to the ability to remember music-related information, such as melodic content and other progressions of tones or pitches ... The differences found between linguistic memory and musical memory have led researchers to theorize that musical memory is encoded differently from language and may ...
Amplitude Scaling Invariance - Memory - Neuropsychology of Musical Memory
... Musical memory involves both explicit and implicit memory systems ... Explicit musical memory is further differentiated between episodic (where, when and what of the musical experience) and semantic (memory for music knowledge including facts and emotional concepts) ... Implicit memory centers on the 'how' of music and involves automatic processes such as procedural memory and motor skill learning – in other words skills critical for playing an instrument ...
Music-related Memory - Semantic Vs. Episodic
... Platel (2005) defined musical semantic memory as memory for pieces without memory for the temporal or spatial elements and musical episodic memory as memory for pieces and the ... when comparing semantic and episodic components of musical memory ... Controlling for processes of early auditory analysis, working memory and mental imagery, Platel found that retrieval of semantic musical memory involved activation ...

Famous quotes containing the words memory and/or musical:

    Great music is that which penetrates the ear with facility and leaves the memory with difficulty. Magical music never leaves the memory.
    Thomas Beecham (1879–1961)

    Creative force, like a musical composer, goes on unweariedly repeating a simple air or theme, now high, now low, in solo, in chorus, ten thousand times reverberated, till it fills earth and heaven with the chant.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)