The area of rhythm research is vast and expanding.
For the first time data will be collated by Senior TaKeTiNa teacher Tania Bosak, on the 'experience of the TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process'.
Data will be used for Tania's first book on rhythm and creativity, which will also include an auto-ethnographic view of her experience of TaKeTiNa after more than 20 years of practice, training and teaching.
Would you like to take part in this research?
This ongoing research on the experience of TaKeTiNa is open to all participants who have participated in the process for the first time or continue to engage with the work and are willing to share their experience.
Please contact Tania directly for more details.
Focus group 2
Focus group 2 is for teachers currently in training and focus group 3 for teachers established for 10 years or more and working with TaKeTiNa.
LINKS & ARTICLES
Honorary Associate Professor, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences.
Neil works in music, acoustic design and auditory neuroscience. He is one of the most extraordinary minds in music and science I know! See links to his work and papers here.
ARTICLE: The Rhythm that Conquered the World: What Makes a “Good” Rhythm Good?
(to appear in Percussive Notes.) By Godfried T. Toussaint Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Harvard University
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