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Reybrouck, M. (2001). Musical imagery between sensory processing and ideomotor simulation. In R. I. Godøy & H. Jörgensen (Eds.), Musical Imagery (pp. 117–136). Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger. 
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Resource type: Book Article
BibTeX citation key: Reybrouck2001
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Categories: Embodied Cognition
Keywords: Embodied cognition, Imagination, Music
Creators: Godøy, Jörgensen, Reybrouck
Publisher: Swets & Zeitlinger (Lisse)
Collection: Musical Imagery
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Abstract     
"This paper argues for a widening of the concept of musical imagery as a process that goes along with perception rather than being merely autonomous. Imagery, in fact, can be considered as providing a connecting structure that brings together the discrete successions of the articulation through time. This claim is confronted with several epistemological paradigms, stressing the role of the listener and his/her listening strategies rather than the music as an ontological category. Central in this listener-centered approach is the role of embodied and enactive cognition and the transition the listener can make from mere sensorimotor processing to ideomotor simulation of the sound."
  
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