Overview

Sporting Sounds presents an eclectic collection of essays, all of which are concerned with various relationships between sport and music. This unique book includes a range of international case studies, examines the use of music as a motivational aid for players, and the historical roots of music in sport.
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Sporting Sounds

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Overview

Sporting Sounds presents an eclectic collection of essays, all of which are concerned with various relationships between sport and music. This unique book includes a range of international case studies, examines the use of music as a motivational aid for players, and the historical roots of music in sport.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203887974
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/13/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

1. The Psychological, Psychophysical and Ergogenic Effects of Music in Sport: A Review and Synthesis Costas I. Karageorghis and Peter C. Terry 2. Video, Priming and Music: Effects on Emotions and Motivation Georgios Loizou and Costas I. Karageorghis 3. Managing Pre-Competitive Emotions With Music Daniel T. Bishop and Costas I. Karageorghis 4. Music and Figure Skating Glenn S. Harman, Sonia Bianchetti and David Forberg 5. The Energy of Festivity: Atmosphere, Intonation and Self-Orchestration in Danish Popular Sports Henning Eichberg 6. Music as Sport History: The Special Case of Pietro Metastasio’s L’Olimpiade and the Story of the Olympic Games Jeffrey O. Segrave 7. ‘Anyone For Tennis’: Notes on the Genre ‘Tennis Composition’ Heinrich W. Schwab 8. Ludus Tonalis: Sport and Musical Modernisms 1910-1938 Anthony Bateman 9. War, Remembrance and Sport: ‘Abide With Me’ and the FA Cup Final in the 1920s Jeffrey Hill 10. ‘Friday Night and the Gates are low’: Popular Music and its Relationship(s) to Sport Mike McGuinness 11. Supporter Rock in Sweden: Locality, Resistance and Irony at Play Dan Porsfelt 12.Uíbh Fhalí, how I miss you with your heather scented air’: Music, Locality and the Gaelic Athletic Association in Ireland Mike Cronin 13. ‘This Thing Goes Beyond the Boundary’: Cricket, Calypso, the Caribbean and their Heroes Claire Westall 14. Bouts of Kiwi Loyalty: Musical Frames and Televised Sport Malcolm MacLean


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