First year’s tastes: what beginning conservatoire students listen to – a pilot study report

Evert Bisschop Boele, John Kamminga, Femke Boonstra, Nore Bouma, Mariska Koke, Nicole Snippen

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Paper presented at the 4th Conference on Research in Culture Education, Nijmegen, June 28, 2010. In this paper the first phase of a descriptive research project on musical preferences and music listening habits of first year’s conservatoire students is presented. The paper presents the background of the research project, the construction of a survey and the first results of this survey, which indicate that musical preferences and music listening habits of first year’s conservatoire students are highly varied. Possible refinements for the survey are discussed. The paper ends with first notions on how to not only use the findings for descriptive ends but also put them in the broader perspective of more general research on musical preferences.
Originele taal-2English
Aantal pagina's25
StatusPublished - jun 2010
Evenement4e Conferentie ‘Onderzoek in Cultuureducatie' 2010 - Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Duur: 28 jun 2010 → …
Congresnummer: 4e

Conference

Conference4e Conferentie ‘Onderzoek in Cultuureducatie' 2010
LandNetherlands
StadNijmegen
Periode28/06/10 → …

Keywords

  • music; lifelong learning in music; conservatoire; conservatoire students; music preferences

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    Bisschop Boele, E., Kamminga, J., Boonstra, F., Bouma, N., Koke, M., & Snippen, N. (2010). First year’s tastes: what beginning conservatoire students listen to – a pilot study report . Paper gepresenteerd op 4e Conferentie ‘Onderzoek in Cultuureducatie' 2010, Nijmegen, Netherlands.