Unique instruments, like a trumpet, accordion and organ, are often used by artists who are working in the studio and performing live.
But the art form, which is a way of expressing feelings and creating new ideas, is often not seen as being as important as writing and recording music.
It’s often considered as a secondary art form.
The artists who make music in the same room as the musicians, and who work together, often do not have much of a relationship with each other.
“I think it’s more important for people to learn to express themselves in ways that are meaningful to them,” said Dr. Rachael Knecht, who has studied the subject of creativity.
“You might see this kind of creative process as a little bit of a novelty or as something that is new, but you can also see that the music is very important for those who have to record it, and those who are performing it.”
The study focused on the musical arts because it’s often used to tell stories, said Dr Knech, an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh.
“We think of the arts as being kind of a reflection of the world around us,” she said.
“They’re really about people’s lives and their relationships with the world.
They’re also about the ways that we interact with each one of them.”
It was the collaboration of Dr Kinecht, music historian Dr. J.H. Cresswell and music teacher Dr. John O’Reilly, all of whom studied the history and art of music in their own lives.
Dr Kneck said the study is a step in the right direction.
“The relationship between music and the arts is really important because of how we interact,” she explained.
“People will sometimes make a lot of music and they’ll then get their own artistic project and we might see that as the artistic work of a musician.
It’s a very important piece of the story, and it’s something that we want to be able to learn from.”
The project involved the collaboration between music historians Dr. Cesswell, Dr. Kneche and Dr. O’Donnell, as well as Dr. W.P. Thompson, a professor of music at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who is working with Dr. Sisley to produce a musical biography.
The collaboration, which will be presented at a ceremony at the Whitney Museum of American Art in July, is a joint project of the Whitney’s School of Music, Boston University’s Music Program, the Department of Music at Boston University, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Boston Public Library, the Center for Music and Cultural Studies and the Boston Conservatory of Music.
The students were selected from a pool of more than 500 potential applicants for the study, which took place in the spring of 2017.
It was supported by the Whitney, Boston Public School, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the National Center for Composition and the Arts.
The music project will include an audio presentation and interactive multimedia experience for students and teachers.
The audio and multimedia experience is designed to teach students about the history of the art of composition, and also to introduce them to the work of other composers, Dr Knaetz said.
Dr. Kinech said there is a real need for education in the field of music.
“One of the things that I think music is doing is providing a very critical lens for the arts, but also a very positive lens for understanding the lives of people,” she continued.
“Music is really a great tool for exploring human experience.
And that is really the only way we can get to a place where we can really understand the whole world.”
For more information about the study and how to apply, visit [email protected]