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|Title: ||At se sig selv sanse|
|Authors: ||Marie Jeppesen, Ida|
Lundtang Hansen, Anders
|Advisor: ||Christrup, Henriette|
|Keywords: ||Performance Design|
Subjektivitet og Læring
|Examination Date: ||15-Jun-2010|
|Issue Date: ||20-Jul-2010|
|Abstract: ||Our speculating concerning how music influences us physically as well as psychologically resulted in examination on theories conceived by theorists regarding how music affects the single individual versus a possible personal development. The experiments were conducted with ourselves in focus as we examined our relationship with music and how we can experience in a way we are not accustomed with.
By manufacturing these experiments, which included our relationship with music in everyday situations to a tentative exercise in transcending experiences in a foreign country, we tried to connect these experiences together with a spiritually interpretation system to categories our type of personality. By means of this we tried to see a connection between choice of music and personality.|
|Education: ||Humanistisk basisuddannelse (HAB)|
|Appears in Collections:||Humanistiske basisrapporter / Humanities Basic Studies Projects|
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