Theoretical and applied issues on the impact of information on musical creativity: an information seeking behaviour perspective.
Kostagiolas, Petros A.
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LAVRANOS, C., KOSTAGIOLAS, P. and MARTZOUKOU, K. 2016. Theoretical and applied issues on the impact of information on musical creativity: an information seeking behaviour perspective. In Kostagiolas, P., Martzoukou, K. and Lavranos, C. (eds.) Trends in music information seeking, behavior and retrieval for creativity. Hershey, PA: IGI Global [online], pages 1-16. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-0270-8.ch001
This century is an era of information and knowledge intensification. Novel information systems and services are developing through modern online information technologies. The rapid changes in the online information environment have greatly affected the way in which individuals search for music information and engage with musical creativity, within different music domains and for different purposes which involve composition, performance and improvisation, analysis and listening. The aim of this book chapter is to investigate the theoretical and practical issues relating to the impact of music information on musical creativity from an information seeking behavior perspective. Musical creativity is perceived as an intentional process which acts as a motivator for information seeking, leading to the utilization of different information resources and to the development of specific information seeking preferences. The chapter highlights the implications for research in this area and presents a research agenda for the interrelation between music information seeking and musical creativity.
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