Daniel Bangert

Daniel Bangert
Royal Irish Academy · Digital Repository of Ireland

BMus, GradDipIM, PhD

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This study explores how a group of violinists make musical decisions by inducing a variety of decision-making processes in three conditions: sight-reading, practising, and performing. The study aimed to distinguish between intuitive and deliberate processes as defined by default-interventionist forms of dual process theories of cognition (Evans, 20...
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This paper describes a model of how musicians make decisions about performing notated music. The model builds on psychological theories of decision-making and was developed from empirical studies of Western art music performance that aimed to identify intuitive and deliberate processes of decision-making, a distinction consistent with dual-process...
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This study explores how an expert period instrument musician makes musical decisions, focusing on the distinction between intuitive (Type 1) and deliberate (Type 2) processes as defined by dual-process theories of cognition (Evans, 2008). A case study of the cellist Daniel Yeadon was conducted over 2 years, during which extensive quasi think-aloud...
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This article puts forward recommendations for data and infrastructure service providers to support findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR) research data within the scholarly ecosystem. Formulating such recommendations is important to coordinate progress in realizing a FAIR data ecosystem in which research data can be easily shared...
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The development and growing adoption of the FAIR data principles and associated standards as a part of research policies and practices place novel demands on research data services. This article highlights common challenges and priorities and proposes a set of recommendations on how data infrastructures can evolve and collaborate to provide service...
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Open data, FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable) and research data management (RDM) are three overlapping but distinct concepts, each emphasizing different aspects of handling and sharing research data. They have different strengths in terms of informing and influencing how research data is treated, and there is much scope for enr...
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The jazz performance metadata prototype JazzCats:Jazz Collection of Aggregated Triples uses Linked Data to bridge four discrete jazz music datasets: Linked Jazz, with prosopographical and interpersonal information about musicians; the Weimar Jazz Database (WJazzD), containing musicological metadata; a discography of the jazz standard Body&Soul; and...
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Applying Linked Data techniques to musical metadata can facilitate new paths of musicological inquiry. JazzCats: Jazz Collection of Aggregated Triples is a prototype project interlinking four discrete jazz performance datasets and external sources as references. Tabular, relational, and graph legacy datasets have necessitated different RDF producti...
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Semantic Web technologies such as RDF, OWL, and SPARQL can be successfully used to bridge complementary musicological information. In this paper, we describe, compare, and evaluate the datasets and workflows used to create two such aggregator projects: In Collaboration with In Concert , and JazzCats , both of which bring together a cluster of small...
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This selection of discs traverses some of the rich repertory for violin from the late Baroque, both solo and accompanied. The twelve recordings discussed in this review mainly date from the first half of the 18th century and include staple German and Italian works alongside less familiar fare.
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When asked to explain their processes of musical decision-making, musicians attribute their behavior to various causes. This paper explores how musical decisions are made. A semi-structured interview was conducted with a Baroque violinist about her interpretation of the violin line in the aria Ich bin vergnügt in meinem Leiden from J. S. Bach's Can...
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The performance of a musical work involves making many decisions about the notated score. This paper explores the decisions a musician makes about a score and how these decisions are reached. In particular, this paper aims to identify instances of intuitive and analytical musical decision-making. A study was conducted with a period instrument violi...

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