Humans enjoy music. In almost every culture, people of all ages are making and listening to music whether it is through banging hands rhythmically against a table or composing an elaborate symphony with all types of instruments. Music is a product of each of our cultures, but are there patterns and general principles that apply to most if not all music? By applying computational thinking, you can create a song and refine it using the patterns and principles found along the way. Try Pencil Code to generate music with intervals, beats, cords, and harmony: https://learn.iste.org/d2l/le/content/6892/viewContent/15912/View
- Music and Cognition research with infants
- Music and the arts make us better people and society a better place,” Etopio says. ‘There are glimpses — soft evidence — that music in the early educational environment may lead to more appreciation of music as adults …. And it may trigger processes related to other learning.”
- Computational Music 2020 Paper
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