Music and Synesthesia : Abstracts from a Conference in Vienna, scheduled for July 3–5, 2020

Synesthesia is a remarkable phenomenon: it unites scientists and artists, scholars and laymen, as well as different disciplines such as neuroscience, psychology, musicology, art history, philosophy, and linguistics. It is ‘the’ interdisciplinary issue par excellence. This book provides the abstracts...

Further contributors: Jewanski, Jörg (Editor)
Day, Sean A. (Editor)
Siddiq, Saleh (Editor)
Haverkamp, Michael (Editor)
Reuter, Christoph (Editor)
Document types:Book
Media types:Text
Publication date:2020
Date of publication on miami:25.06.2020
Modification date:25.06.2020
Series:Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster / Reihe XVIII, Bd. 14
Publisher: readbox unipress in der readbox publishing GmbH
Edition statement:[Electronic ed.]
Subjects:Music; Synesthesia; Visual arts; Music perception; Neuroscience; Conference; Vienna Musik; Synästhesie; Bildende Kunst; Wahrnehmung von Musik; Neurowissenschaften; Konferenz; Wien
DDC Subject:152: Sinneswahrnehmung, Bewegung, Emotionen, Triebe
License:CC BY-SA 4.0
Language:English
Notes:Auch im Buchhandel erhältlich: Music and Synesthesia : Abstracts from a Conference in Vienna, scheduled for July 3–5, 2020 / Jörg Jewanski, Sean A. Day, Saleh Siddiq, Michael Haverkamp, and Christoph Reuter (Hrsg.). – Dortmund : readbox unipress, 2020. – vii, 199 S. (Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster : Reihe XVIII ; Bd. 14), ISBN 978-3-8405-0227-9, Preis: 22,20 EUR
Format:PDF document
ISBN:978-3-8405-0227-9
URN:urn:nbn:de:hbz:6-01169453168
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505 0 |a Foreword ..... 1 -- Conference program ..... 5 -- -- Introduction -- Sean A. Day - What is synesthesia? ..... 17 -- Saleh Siddiq - Physiology of color and pitch perception ..... 24 -- Michael Haverkamp - Impetus and challenges of synesthetic music painting ..... 35 -- -- Abstracts -- Personal Insights I: Visual artists -- Timothy B. Layden - The exploration of sound shape synesthesia and painting collaboratively designed sound ..... 45 -- Christine Söffing - Music-to-color-synesthesia in the painted picture: Does every sound have a distinct colored shape and will be represented 1:1 in a painting? ..... 49 -- Michael Haverkamp - Particles of sound ..... 51 -- -- Personal Insights II: Synesthete Musicians -- Sean A. Day - Benefits of and distractions due to multiple synesthesias in my attempts at compositions ..... 57 -- Jasmin Sinha - Walking Down the Street: The sequel ..... 58 -- Concetta Abbate & Carolyn ‘CC’ Hart - Exploring mirror sensory synesthesia through music: Can a contemporary composition reveal the mirror-touch experience? ..... 61 -- Clara Soto - Colored hearing of two guitar concerts: comparative results ..... 63 -- Milja Vanhalen - When audio is always visual ..... 67 -- -- Music-Color Synesthetes: Case Studies -- Helena Melero - A red symphony out of the canvas: Exploring the neurophenomenological dimension of music-color/form and music-touch synesthesias ..... 69 -- Maris Loeffler - Amy Beach: Synesthesia and a comparative analysis of colored composition ..... 70 -- Greta Berman - The reflection of synesthesia in the work of four musicians: Joyce Yang, J. J. Sechan, Ben Wolfe, and Aaron Jay Kernis ..... 71 -- Selma A. Espino, McKay A. Bloxham, Spencer A. Lee, & Scott A. Bailey - Translating chromesthesia for non-synesthetes ..... 72 -- Anton V. Sidoroff-Dorso - Konstantin Saradzhev’s music-related development as a bell-ringer and music theorist as determined by his microtonal pitch-to-color/shape synesthesia ..... 76 -- Svetlana Konanchuk - Synesthetic features of creativity: Krzysztof Penderecki ..... 81 -- Samantha Kelly - Hearing color: How synesthesia constructs intimacy in Eric Whitacre’s ‘Alleluia’ ..... 84 -- Elke Hager - How synesthesia is used to obtain AIDA: The role of synesthesia in branding female musicians ..... 86 -- -- Music and Synesthesia: History – Theory – Empirical studies -- Leonardo Capanni & Jörg Jewanski - What color is a flute? Timbre-color synesthetes in the 19th century: A compilation and evaluation ..... 91 -- Caroline Curwen - Music-color synesthesia: A sensorimotor account ..... 93 -- Annika R. Johnson, Elise N. Gray, Lance J. Radtke, & Scott A. Bailey - Chromesthesia influences on musically inspired immersive experience design ..... 96 -- Solange Glasser - An experimental feedback model of musical development for synesthetes and absolute pitch possessors ..... 100 -- Jewanski, Jörg, Christoph Reuter, Isabella Czedik-Eysenberg, Andrea Gantschacher, & Jamie Ward - What happens to the color perception of timbre-color synesthetes if the timbre diminishes or changes step by step? ..... 102 -- Konstantin Semilakovs - Color-music by Scriabin and Messiaen: Revealing the phenomenon of synesthesia ..... 103 -- Solange Glasser, Amanda E. Krause, & Margaret Osborne - Exploring the contemporary listening experiences of synesthetes ..... 104 -- -- Pseudosynesthesia – Crossmodal correspondences – Associations – Music and Visual Arts -- Maiko Kawabata - In defense of musical ‘pseudosynesthesia’ ..... 107 -- Svetlana Rudenko - Symbolist composer Alexander Scriabin: Reception history and his synesthesia: Music analysis for Sonata No. 9 and Préludes op. 74 ..... 109 -- Luigi Verdi - D’Annunzio and Scriabin ..... 110 -- Jörg Jewanski, August Schmidhofer, & Christoph Reuter - The colors of musical instruments: An intercultural comparison on timbre-color mappings with non-synesthetes in Austria/Germany and in Madagascar ..... 113 -- Jo Burzynska - Listen to the taste of music: Mapping sound and wine in crossmodal composition ..... 115 -- Svetlana Malakhova - From synesthetical ear training to creativity of consciousness ..... 116 -- Alisa Timoshenko - Znamenny chant as a synesthetic phenomenon ..... 118 -- Nina Nikolaeva - Music and word: The views of Russian theorists on versification in the context of synesthesia ..... 121 -- Iluminada Pérez Frutos - Musical art and synesthesia: Synergy between smell, color and sound in music ..... 124 -- -- Visual Music: From Color Organs to Abstract Films -- Maura McDonnell - Color sings too: The emancipation of color and its role in the development of a visual music expression in 20th century art ..... 125 -- Joshua James Berger - The first Australian color organ by Alexander Burnett Hector (1912) ..... 126 -- Peter Stasny - 1925: Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack’s ‘Colour-Light-Plays’ as visual music? ..... 131 -- Maria Fuchs - Symphony of the light: Tone painting and color harmony in the practice of silent film music ..... 135 -- Olga Kolganova - Vladimir Baranoff-Rossine, Grigory Gidoni, Léon Theremin: Experiments in the field of sound/light/choreography (1920–1930) ..... 137 -- Elena Fatianova - Multimedia technologies for the composer’s synesthetic experience expression ..... 142 -- Ralph Whyte - Tearing down light art’s musical scaffolding: From color organs to art galleries ..... 146 -- Rustem Sakhabiev & Anastasia Maximova - The first visualization as a film of Scriabin’s Prométhée, directed in 1964 in Russia by Bulat Galeyev: Principles of his interpretation ..... 147 -- Henry Balme - Audiovisual hallucinations in the synesthetic films of Jordan Belson and James Whitney ..... 150 -- Kenny McAlpine - Video (Games) Killed the Music Hall Star: A history of multi-modal and cross-sensory music performance ..... 152 -- María José de Córdoba Serrano & Dina Riccò - MuVi. An international project on synesthesia and visual music ..... 153 -- Sérgio Basbaum - Synesthesia and Digital Perception 2019: The visual music scene and multisensory sound-based practices in Brazil ..... 156 -- Umut Eldem - Towards a ‘Live Synesthetic Visualization’? Considerations in artistically visualized sound ..... 160 -- -- Appendices -- The authors ..... 165 -- Name index ..... 195. 
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520 3 |a Synästhesie ist ein bemerkenswertes Phänomen: Es vereint Wissenschaftler, Künstler, Fachleute und Laien sowie verschiedene Forschungsfelder wie Neurowissenschaften, Psychologie, Musikwissenschaft, Kunstgeschichte, Philosophie und Sprachwissenschaften. Es ist ‚das‘ interdisziplinäre Thema schlechthin. Diese Buch sammelt die Abstracts einer wissenschaftlich-künstlerischen Tagung zu Musik und Synästhesie in Wien, geplant vom 3. bis 5. Juli 2020, mit Beiträgen aus verschiedenen Ländern Europas, Nord-, Mittel- und Südamerikas, und sogar aus Australien. 
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