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Sound of picture vs picture of sound: Musical palindrome
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
aUniversity of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Music, Solfegio and Music Education Department, Belgrade
bMusic school "Dr. Vojislav Vučković", Belgrade

e-adresapepa.magare@gmail.com, gordanaacic@gmail.com, vera.milankovic@gmail.com
Ključne reči: musical palindrome; mirror symmetry; musically trained participants; auditory and visual symmetry; melodic symmetry; tonal context; meter; dynamics; staccato; ASD
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This study investigated whether and how the musical palindrome (tonal, melodic, and metric) can be recognized in auditory and/or visual perception in musically trained participants. According to the results, we suggest that palindrome recognition can only be aurally perceived if it is short enough and the listener is quite sophisticated. There is a fair amount of research on the recognition of transformed auditory and visual patterns, as well as the visual symmetry perception in persons with ASD. Thus, a future study will test more people with ASD, on one hand, and musically trained participants recognizing short musical palindromes.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.5937/newso1750217P
primljen: 18.09.2017.
prihvaćen: 13.11.2017.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 17.06.2021.