Table of contents for Musical communication / edited by Dorothy Miell, Raymond MacDonald, David Hargreaves.

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Contents
	List of contributors vii
1	How do people communicate using music? 1
David J. Hargreaves, Raymond MacDonald, and Dorothy Miell
2	Music and meaning, ambiguity, and evolution 27
Ian Cross
3	Music and conversation 45
R. Keith Sawyer
Cognition, representation and communication
4	Musical communication and music cognition: Liberties and limitations 61
Annabel J. Cohen
5	From mimesis to catharsis: Expression, perception, and induction of emotion in music 85
Patrik N. Juslin
6	Representation, cognition, and musical communication: Invented notation in children's musical communication 117
Margaret Barrett
7	How the conventions of music notation shape musical perception and performance 143
Jeanne Bamberger
Embodied communication
8	Rhythm, human temporality, and brain function 171
Michael H. Thaut
9	Musical companionship, musical community. Music therapy and the process and value of musical communication 193
Gary Ansdell and Mercédès Pavilcevic
10	Bodily communication in musical performance 215
Jane Davidson
11	Singing as communication 239
Graham F. Welch
Communication in learning and education
12	Musical communication and children's communities of musical practice 261
Margaret Barrett
13	Musical communication between adults and young children 281
Susan Young
14	Pedagogical communication in the music classroom 301
Charles Byrne
Cultural contexts of communication
15	Talking about music: A vehicle for identity development 321
Raymond MacDonald, Dorothy Miell, and Graeme Wilson
16	Hippies vs hip-hop-heads: An exploration of music's ability to communicate an alternative political agenda from the perspective of two divergent musical genres 339
Janis McNair and John Powles
17	Communication in Indian raga performance 361
Martin Clayton
18	The role of music communication in cinema 383
Scott D. Lipscomb and David E. Tolchinsky
19	Musical communication in commercial contexts 405

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Communication in music.
Music -- Psychological aspects.
Music -- Social aspects.