A story about music in visual metaphors from a point of view of a professional musician and scholar in music cognition
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Marina Korsakova-Kreyn, a professional pianist and scholar in music cognition, was trained as a musician in her native Russia. After graduation from Nyzhnij Novgorod Conservatory she worked there as a staff pianist. An interest in the philosophy of music led her to study cognitive neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas. Her doctoral dissertation explored emotional responses to navigation in tonal space (original study). Her research in the perception of melodic transforms proposed a hypothesis of supramodal processing in music perception and examined the relationship between visuo-spatial and melodic reasoning. An active piano teacher and performer, Marina has developed a broad range of visual metaphors for explaining the simplicity and elegance of tonal space, a concept of melodic shape in a tonal force field, and the color-like sensations felt when listening to musical modes.
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