Creative cognition - Involuntary Musical Imagery as a source of creative ideas for composers

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Creative cognition - Involuntary Musical Imagery as a source of creative ideas for composers Natalia Copeland Artes Liberales, University of Warsaw, Poland n.copeland@al.uw.edu.pl ABSTRACT Background Mental composing is a crucial element of the creative process in music. Two subtypes of musical imagery: voluntary and involuntary, are involved in composing. Involuntary musical imagery (InMI) is the...

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