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    • Capturing Intuitive Knowledge in Procedural Description 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1976-12-01)
      Trying to capture intuitive knowledge is a little like trying to capture the moment between what just happened and what is about to happen. Or to quote a famous philosopher, "You can't put your foot in the same river ...
    • Developing a Musical Ear: A New Experiment 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1972-07-01)
      I would like to report on some ideas we have been developing at M.I.T. for self-paced, independent music study. The aim of our approach is to nurture in students that enigmatic quality called, "musical"-- be it a ...
    • The Development of Musical Intelligence I: Strategies for Representing Simple Rhythms 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1975-11-01)
      This paper is the first in a series of monographs which will describe various aspects of the development of musical intelligence.
    • Development of Musical Intelligence II: Children's Representation of Pitch Relations 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1976-12-01)
      The work reported here is an outgrowth of studies in the development of musical intelligence and learning that have been underway for about four years. Beginning as one of the activities in the LOGO Lab (a part of the ...
    • Logo Music Projects: Experiments in Musical Perception and Design 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1979-05-01)
      This memo gives a series of experiments which one can use to get a better understanding of how music works and how music is apprehended by an active and knowing listener. It does so by using the children's computer ...
    • The Luxury of Necessity 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1974-12-01)
      This paper was originally written as an address to a conference of the National Association of Schools of Music on "The Music Consumer". Posing a series of questions which point to fundamental issues underlyin the ...
    • What's in a Tune 

      Bamberger, Jeanne (1974-11-01)
      The work reported here began with two fundamental assumptions: 1) The perception of music is an active process; it involves the individual in selecting, sorting, and grouping the features of the phenomena before her. ...