The area of rhythm research is vast and expanding.
For the first time data will be collated by Master 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.
If you have taken part in a TaKeTiNa workshop and would like to take part of this research
Thank you for taking part in this pioneering research on the 'Experience of the TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process', as founded by Reinhard Flatischler.
The purpose of this research is to gather information about what you experience before, during and after taking part in a TaKeTiNa Rhythm workshop. We are interested in how TaKeTiNa is influencing your well-being. Your experience will help us enrich our TaKeTiNa workshops. This research will be published as separate papers and part of a book on rhythm by Master TaKeTiNa teacher Tania Bosak.
Your participation in this research project is completely voluntary.
This study is anonymous and your confidentiality will be respected. We will not be collecting or retaining any information about your identity and no names will be published as part of this research.
You may also write in your own language and we will have the forms translated.
There are 2 sections in this survey.
PART A is about your last TaKeTiNa experience, before and during the process. The completion will take about 15 minutes.
PART B is about your general TaKeTiNa experience, after the process. The completion will take about 20 minutes depending on your responses.
We thank you for your time and sharing your experience of the TaKeTiNa Process.
For more information and further questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tania Bosak and Pulse Rhythm
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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