AffiliationUniversity of Chester and Storyhouse
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AbstractIn order to define the nature of informal music, specifically music making and its multidimensional connections with one’s wellbeing. A brief history of how music making is understood is first offered in order to delineate associated research, and music learning models. It is hoped that this will provide some detailed definition of the contemporary context of music making, so that the approach of ‘Universal Design’, amongst others, in the making of music might be understood as a paradigm shift that might have benefits for wellbeing. Informal music making is in short defined as categorically separate from formal music making, but their overlapping and dynamic relationship is nonetheless recognised and also further expanded upon. Informal music making is also aligned to understandings of the intuitivist and rationalist composer.
CitationPoole, S., & Solé i Salas, L. (2020). Informal music-making and well-Being. In W. Leal Filho, T. Wall, A. M. Azul, L. Brandli, P. G. Özuyar (Eds.), Good Health and Well-being. Encyclopaedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
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