Music and sport are both highly significant cultural forms, yet the substantial and longstanding connections between the two have largely been overlooked. Sporting Sounds addresses this oversight in an intriguing and innovative collection of essays. With contributions from leading international psychologists, sociologists, historians, musicologists and specialists in sports and cultural studies, the book illuminates our understanding of the vital part music has played in the performance, reception and commodification of sport. It explores a fascinating range of topics and case studies, including: The use of music to enhance sporting performance Professional applications of music in sport Sporting anthems as historical commemorations Music at the Olympics Supporter rock music in Swedish sport Caribbean cricket and calypso music From local fan cultures to international mega-events, music and sport are inextricably entwined. Sporting Sounds is a stimulating and illuminating read for anybody with an interest in either of these cultural forms.
Relationships Between Sport and Music
Author: Anthony Bateman,Halliwick Psychotherapy Department Anthony Bateman, Dr,John Bale
Music has been intertwined with exercise and sport for many decades, and recent advancements in digital technology and personal listening devices have significantly strengthened that bond. Applying Music in Exercise and Sport combines contemporary research, evidence-based practice, and specific recommendations to help exercise and sport professionals, coaches, students, researchers, and enthusiasts use music to enhance enjoyment, motivation, and performance of physical activity. Readers will explore the psychological and physiological effects of music and learn how to apply scientific principles to personal workouts, group exercise classes, and both individual and team sport settings. Globally known authority and author Costas I. Karageorghis draws from contemporary research in an emerging field of academic study, exploring the application of music in the domain of exercise and sport. Respected psychologist and consultant for major organizations such as British Athletics, England Rugby, Nike, Red Bull, Spotify, IMG, Sony, and Universal Music, Karageorghis incorporates his unique experiences as a performer, researcher, and practitioner in music and sport to create a groundbreaking text that provides readers with an understanding of how music can play an important role in enhancing the experience of exercisers and athletes. Though Applying Music in Exercise and Sport is grounded in scientific research, content is presented in a way that is easy to comprehend and apply. Readers benefit from tools such as these: • Recommended playlists for a variety of exercise- and sport-specific settings that provide a guide to selecting and segueing music tracks • Tip boxes that help readers determine which track to play to promote or suppress certain emotions • Case studies that illustrate the process of identifying a goal, selecting an appropriate music program, and evaluating outcomes Applying Music in Exercise and Sport presents an interdisciplinary approach to selecting, integrating, and studying music in physical activity settings. Part I introduces the science of how music can help in exercise and sport and how it can be used to influence specific behaviors and emotions. Legal considerations regarding the use of music in exercise and sport environments are also covered. A range of assessment methods are provided for exercise and sport professionals that will enable them to select music and measure its effectiveness when used in individual, group, or team settings. Part II focuses on using music to enhance the exercise experience in both individual and group settings. Individual exercise types that are examined include flexibility, aerobic, and strength workouts, while group exercise activities include popular fitness classes such as Spinning, yoga, and circuit training. Part III focuses on how music can enhance sport training and performance, providing rich insight for coaches and competitive athletes participating in individual sports such as cycling, golf, gymnastics, martial arts, and tennis and in team sports such as basketball, soccer, baseball, and American football. Applying Music in Exercise and Sport facilitates creation of effective playlists, empowers music-related interventions, and enables assessment of the effects of music in the field. Collectively, these music-related skills promote purposeful selection of tracks, optimize psychological responses, and enhance performance.
Author: Costas I. Karageorghis
Publisher: Human Kinetics
An examination of the relationship between sport and its cultural heritage.
Studies in Public Representation
Author: Jeff Hill,Kevin Moore,Jason Wood
Publisher: Boydell Press
Author: Alexander MACALISTER (Poetical Writer.),Esq. Archibald HAMILTON
Providing insight into the impact media convergence has had on the radio industry, this new edition delivers an excellent introduction to the modern radio production studio, the equipment found in that studio, and the basic techniques needed to accomplish radio production work. New chapters addressing the basics of field recording, production planning, and sound for video are included, as well as a renewed emphasis on not just radio production, but audio production. Featuring a worktext format tailored for both students and teachers, self-study questions, hands-on projects, and a CD with project material, quizzes, and demonstrations of key concepts, this book offers a solid foundation for anyone who wishes to know more about radio/audio equipment and production techniques.
Concepts, Techniques, and Equipment
Author: Sam Sauls,Craig Stark
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
House of Commons official report
Category: Great Britain
In easy-to-understand language, this resource presents engaging, ready-to-use learning experiences that address the "big ideas" in K–8 science education and help students make larger, real-world connections.
Key Concepts, Classroom Activities, and Everyday Examples, Grades K-8
Author: Robert Prigo
Publisher: Corwin Press
Hall of Fame, Rod Walters, has enjoyed a wonderful career in sports. As a youth, he knew he wanted to be in the health care industry. During the summer of his ninth grade year, his parents scholarshipped him to the North Carolina All-Star Student Athletic Training Clinic in Greensboro, North Carolina. Little did he know that at this clinic he would meet some of his favorite professionals who would mold and direct his professional career while being exposed to his professional calling. The world of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine involves so many facets in health care today to provide the participant a high standard of care. Regardless of the level of work; whether it be the professional football arena, big-time college athletics, the highly competitive mid-levels of the NCAA, high school football under the Friday Night Lights, or the outreach role from a Physical Therapy clinic; Athletic Trainers all strive to provide their patients service through the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of sports injuries.
Life Lessons from a Hall of Fame Athletic Trainer
Author: Rod Walters
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
Being the Miscellaneous Writings of J. Cypress, Jr. [pseud.]
Author: J. Cypress,Henry William Herbert
A Monthly Chronicle of the Turf, the Chase, and Rural Sports in All Their Varieties
Author: " "Craven
Author: Samuel H. Hammond
Including Numerous Characteristic Portraits of Persons in Every Walk of Life, who Have Acquired Notoriety from Their Achievements on the Turf, at the Table, and in the Diversions of the Field, with Sketches of the Various Animals of the Chase, to which is Added an Account of Noted Pedestrians, Trotting Machines, Cricketeers, &c ...
Author: Pierce Egan