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Renaissancelaute, Instrumentalstil und die unspielbaren Stellen" - Gedanken zu einem opaken Verhältnis und mögliche Konsequenzen für die Interpretation"

ID 78534
Journal Nr. 8
Seite von - bis 14-19
Monat 05
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen El-Khaled, Y.
Keywords Laute, Renaissancelaute, Instrumentalstil, Neusidler
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Die Oper ist eine tote Gattung, wenn sie ein Museum bleibt". Gespräch mit Christa Brüstle, Johannes Kalitzke, Sergio Morabito, Johannes Maria Staud"

ID 78980
Edition Libretto. Zukunftswerkstatt Musiktheater
Seite von - bis 402-413
Monat 06
Name Praesens Verlag
Ort Wien (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit mixed form
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Brüstle, C.
EditorInnen Janke, P., Schenkermayr, C., Teutsch, S.
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DIY Modifications for Acoustically Transparent Headphones

ID 78898
Edition Proceedings of AES 148th Convention (AES 148th Convention)
Monat 06
Name Audio Engineering Society
Ort Wien (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit full paper
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Meyer-Kahlen, N., Rudrich, D., Brandner, M., Wirler, S., Windtner, S., Frank, M.
EditorInnen Majdak, P., Wallaszkovits, N.
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Sedentariness of College Students Is Negatively Associated with Perceived Neighborhood Greenness at Home, but Not at University

ID 75079
Abstract Previous studies reported contradictory evidence for associations between perceived greenness and obesity mediated by physical activity, focusing on people’s homes or general greenness. Data are lacking in other environments. We studied the association of perceived greenness at home and at university with BMI and physical activity. An online survey collected data from 601 participants, living and studying in and around the city of Graz, Austria; mean age of 24 years. Greenness was assessed using questions on quality of and access to green space; Body mass index (BMI) was derived from self-reported measures; physical activity and sedentariness were measured using the IPAQ questionnaire (short version). On average, BMI was 22.6 (SD = 3.7), physical activity was 63.3 (SD = 51.7) METh/week, and participants spent 5.8 (SD = 4.0) h/day sitting. Regression analyses revealed no associations between perceived greenness and BMI and physical activity for all environments, but a negative association for sedentariness and perceived greenness at home, but not at university. The results indicate a relation between perceived greenness and sedentariness, which differs for the home-and study environment.
ISSN ISBN 1661-7827
Volume 17
Seite von - bis 235-248
Monat 07
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Loder, A., van Poppel, M.
Keywords neighborhood greenness, environmental psychology, public health, sedentariness, green space, built environment, natural environment, Austria
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Ein Bett gestalten

ID 79405
Abstract In the process of making bedsteads, Plato claimed, makers look towards the ‘idea’ of the bed. But what is that idea? Two candidates come to mind: shape and purpose. The fact that we identify objects of very different shape, not even involving a bedstead, as beds seems to render purpose conceptually superior. But, then, what is a bed’s purpose? An obvious response appears to be: lying down and sleeping. Yet, first, beds are not needed for that. Secondly, precisely when a bed is slept on, it is not perceived as a design object. Thirdly, beds constitute a kind of existential furniture, associated with giving birth, making love, suffering illness and dying. All such issues humans really care about, however, are strikingly indifferent towards the design of beds. As elsewhere, the maxim that form follows function fails. Design thinking might rather make headway when beds are conceived of as peculiar spaces within spaces.
ISSN ISBN 0012-1045
Volume 68
Journal Nr. 3
Seite von - bis 439-450
Monat 07
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Dorschel, A.
Keywords Bett, Idee, Begriff, Form, Funktion, Schlaf, Raum
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Influence of horizontal loudspeaker layout geometry on sweet area shape for widened/diffuse frontal sound

ID 78999
Edition Proceedings of 148th AES Convention (148th AES Convention)
Monat 06
Name AES
Ort Wien (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit full paper
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Gölles, L., Drack, V., Zotter, F., Frank, M.
EditorInnen Majdak, P., Wallaszkovits, N.
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Health Benefits from Neighborhood Greenness at Home and at University

ID 79270
Abstract Previous research reported beneficial associations between objective and perceived neighborhood greenness with mental health, physical activity and body mass index (BMI). There has been a focus on green space at people’s home environment or in general, but data are lacking on greenness at working places or other locations. The aim of this thesis is to address the knowledge gaps in this area, leading to these three research-questions: 1.Is perceived greenness in the home environment and at university independently associated with mental health? 2.Is perceived greenness independently associated with physical activity in the home environment and at university, leading to lower scores of obesity indicators? Is perceived greenness independently associated with sedentariness in the home environment and at university, leading to lower scores of obesity indicators? 3.Is there agreement between objective and perceived greenness scores? And is agreement higher for the greenness at home than for the university-environment? Positive associations between perceived greenness at home and university and mental health were found. No associations were obtained for physical activity and BMI. However, a negative association between perceived greenness at home and sedentariness was found, which could not be shown for the university environment. Agreement between objective and perceived greenness at home was small-to-moderate, but there was no agreement between greenness dimension at university. The results indicate that more attention should be paid to developing university campuses, in addition to green living areas. Furthermore, validated, reliable and corresponding methods are needed for assessing both objective and perceived greenness scores. Future research is warranted in more diverse populations and subsamples, investigating the influence of the environmental properties of other spaces people are spending time at, as well as in other geographic locations.
Monat 07
Name Karl Franzens Universität Graz (Österreich)
Ort Karl Franzens Universität Graz (Österreich)
Anmerkung published: not published
Publikationsart Doktorarbeit
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Loder, A.
Keywords Neighborhood Greenness, Austria, Sedentariness, Mental Health, Obesity, Environmental Psychology, Physical Activity
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Relational Improvisation, Musical Empathy, and Shared Expressivity

ID 78216
Edition Routledge Handbook of Philosophy and Improvisation in the Arts
Monat 04
Name Routledge
Ort New York (Vereinigte Staaten (USA))
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status eingereicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Peters, D.
EditorInnen Bertinetto, A., Ruta, M.
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Lyon 1864 and Paris 1867 – Two Noteworthy Events for Military Bands in 19th Century Europe

ID 79033
Edition Festschrift zum 90. Geburtstag von Raoul Camus
Monat 06
Name LIT
Ort IGEB (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status eingereicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Paul, V.
EditorInnen Sagrillo, D.
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Kompositionspädagogik. Theoretische Grundlegung als Fachrichtung der Musikpädagogik

ID 78482
Edition Augsburger Schriften: FORUM MUSIKPÄDAGOGIK
Monat 05
Name Wißner Verlag
Ort Augsburg (Deutschland)
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit first edition
Publikationsart Buch
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Schmidinger, H.
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Objective and perceived neighborhood greenness of students differ in their agreement in home and study environments

ID 79213
Abstract Research has reported the associations between objective or subjective neighborhood greenness and health, with low agreement between the greenness scores. College students are prone to poor health, and data are lacking on home and university environments. We studied the agreement between greenness parameters and the associations of objective greenness with health in different locations. Three hundred and seventy-seven college students were recruited, with a mean age of 24 years, in the city of Graz, Austria. Objective and perceived greenness was assessed at home and at university. Health measures included the WHO-5 questionnaire for mental health, the IPAQ questionnaire (short) for physical activity and sedentariness, and body mass index. Per location, quintile pairs of objective and perceived greenness were classified into underestimates, correct estimates or overestimates. Interrater reliability and correlation analyses revealed agreement between greenness scores at home but not at university. ANOVA models only showed poorer mental health for students underestimating greenness at university (M = 51.38, SD = 2.84) compared to those with correct estimates (M = 61.03, SD = 1.85). Agreement between greenness scores at home but not at university was obtained, and mental health was related to the perception of greenness at university. We conclude that reliable and corresponding methods for greenness scores need to be developed.
ISSN ISBN 1661-7827
Volume 17
Journal Nr. 10
Seite von - bis 3427-3427
Monat 07
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Gspurning, J., Loder, A., Paier, C., van Poppel, M.
Keywords neighborhood greenness, environmental psychology, public health, sedentariness, green space, built environment, natural environment, Austria
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Online Seashore-Test für musikalische Begabung

ID 79437
URL file:///C:/Users/frank/AppData/Local/Temp/2020-02-1.pdf
Journal Nr. 2
Seite von - bis 26-27
Monat 08
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Frank, M., Sontacchi, A.
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From Artificial to Extended Intelligence in Music Composition

ID 76025
ISSN ISBN 1355-7718
Monat 07
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Gioti, A.
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Das International Center for Wind Music Research (Institut Oberschützen, Österreich): Verbindung zwischen Wissenschaft, Pädagogik und künstlerischer Praxis

ID 77115
Edition Alta Musica
Monat 02
Name Margraf Publishers
Ort IGEB (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Gasche, D.
EditorInnen Sagrillo, D.
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Mehrmalige persönliche Erwähnung

ID 79672
Edition Kult und Kunst. Beethovens Missa solemnis als Gottesdienst
Monat 09
Name C. H. Beck
Ort München (Deutschland)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Haslmayr, H.
EditorInnen Assmann, J.
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Texte im zeitgenössischen Musiktheater - Literatur, Arbeitsmaterial, Dokumente

ID 78979
Edition Libretto. Zukunftswerkstatt Musiktheater
Seite von - bis 393-401
Monat 06
Name Praesens Verlag
Ort Wien (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Brüstle, C.
EditorInnen Janke, P., Schenkermayr, C., Teutsch, S.
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Artificial Intelligence for Music Composition

ID 76028
Edition The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence for Music
Monat 01
Name Springer
Ort Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg (Deutschland)
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status eingereicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Gioti, A.
EditorInnen Miranda, E.
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Expressives Spiel auf einer Maschine? Überlegungen zum ausdrucksvollen Orgelspiel

ID 78193
ISSN ISBN 1432-9425
Volume 24
Journal Nr. 94
Seite von - bis 41-58
Monat 04
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Tumler, M.
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Graduation… Then what? A qualitative, empirical study of jazz and pop vocal arts graduates entering the Austrian music labor market

ID 77442
Edition Jazzforschung / Jazz Research
Monat 02
Name Hollitzer
Ort Graz (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: peer-reviewed
Status eingereicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Krisper, E.
EditorInnen Bruckner-Haring, C., Doehring, A.
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Gemeinsamer Ausdruck? Musikalische Empathie und ihre künstlerische Erforschung

ID 78215
Edition Musik, die Wissen schafft: Perspektiven künstlerischer Musikforschung
Monat 04
Name Königshausen & Neumann
Ort Würzburg (Deutschland)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status in Druck
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Peters, D.
EditorInnen Jacobshagen, A.
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Von produktorientierten zu Prozesse berücksichtigenden und Diskurs fördernden künstlerischen Abschlussprüfungen im tertiären Bereich

ID 76405
Edition Nur" Geschmacksache? Der Umgang mit kreativen Leistungen im Musik- und Kunstunterricht"
ISSN ISBN 9783643509796
Seite von - bis 278-296
Monat 01
Name LIT
Ort Berlin/Münster/Wien/Zürich/London (Österreich)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status veröffentlicht
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Gritsch, B.
EditorInnen Schwarzbauer, M., Steinhauser, K.
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Musikerinnen in der Steiermark. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des bürgerlichen Musiklebens als Handlungsraum für Frauen

ID 78696
Edition Grazer Gender Studies
ISSN ISBN 9783701104437
Volume 16
Monat 05
Name Leykam
Ort Graz (Österreich)
Status veröffentlicht
Art der Arbeit first edition
Publikationsart Sammelwerk (Hg.)
Jahr 2020
EditorInnen Brüstle, C.
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Signal-independent approach to variable-perspective (6DoF) audio rendering from simultaneous surround recordings taken at multiple perspectives

ID 78301
Edition Fortschritte der Akustik, DAGA (Fortschritte der Akustik, DAGA)
Monat 04
Name Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik
Ort Berlin (Deutschland)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status in Druck
Art der Arbeit full paper
Publikationsart Konferenzband-Beitrag
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Zotter, F., Frank, M., Schörkhuber, C., Höldrich, R.
EditorInnen Langer, S., Peissig, J.
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Zur Poetik und Interpretation des offenen Schlusses. Inszenierungen raum-zeitlicher Entgrenzung in der Musik der Moderne

ID 76818
ISSN ISBN 0027-4801
Volume 73
Journal Nr. 2
Monat 02
Status in Druck
Publikationsart Zeitschriftenartikel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Utz, C.
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Analyse Neuer Musik

ID 63055
Edition Handbuch Musikanalyse. Methode und Pluralität
Monat 02
Name Bärenreiter/Metzler
Ort Kassel (Deutschland)
Anmerkung procedure: without peer reviewing
Status in Druck
Publikationsart Buchkapitel
Jahr 2020
AutorInnen Utz, C.
EditorInnen Jeßulat, A., Schwab-Felisch, O., Sprick, J., Thorau, C.