This paper aims to highlight how a technologically augmented approach can help developing tonal harmony awareness in young learners. The proposal is rooted in previous experiences conducted by the same research group and dealing, on one side, with the embodiment of music concepts, and, on the other, with a reenactment of the same activities in the digital domain. To the latter goal, a publicly-available web platform containing three types of exercises has been released. In order to bridge the gap between the physical experiences and their digital counterparts, we present a methodological approach based on the adoption of augmented-reality technologies. Such a vision has driven the design and implementation of an app for mobile devices that incorporates image recognition algorithms.

Learning Tonal Harmony Through Augmented Reality: Bridging the Gap Between Music Embodiment and Digital Experiences / F. Avanzini, A. Barate', M. Cottini, L.A. Ludovico, M. Mandanici (COMMUNICATIONS IN COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE). - In: Computer-Human Interaction Research and Applications / [a cura di] A. Holzinger, H.P. Silva, M. Helfert, L. Constantine. - [s.l] : Springer Nature, 2022 Dec. - ISBN 978-3-031-22015-9. - pp. 54-73 (( Intervento presentato al 4. convegno CHIRA tenutosi a online streaming nel 2020 [10.1007/978-3-031-22015-9_4].

Learning Tonal Harmony Through Augmented Reality: Bridging the Gap Between Music Embodiment and Digital Experiences

F. Avanzini;A. Barate';L.A. Ludovico;
2022

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This paper aims to highlight how a technologically augmented approach can help developing tonal harmony awareness in young learners. The proposal is rooted in previous experiences conducted by the same research group and dealing, on one side, with the embodiment of music concepts, and, on the other, with a reenactment of the same activities in the digital domain. To the latter goal, a publicly-available web platform containing three types of exercises has been released. In order to bridge the gap between the physical experiences and their digital counterparts, we present a methodological approach based on the adoption of augmented-reality technologies. Such a vision has driven the design and implementation of an app for mobile devices that incorporates image recognition algorithms.
tonal harmony; music education; embodiment; mobile devices; BYOD (bring your own device)
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Settore M-PED/04 - Pedagogia Sperimentale
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