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Breathing patterns during flute playing: diversity and individuality
Isabelle Cossette

Music therapy: the evidence
Paula Almeida

16 de Maro 2016
12.00h
AUDITRIO do HOSPITAL PEDRO HISPANO

Organizao: Reabilitao Cardaca e Respiratria do Hospital Pedro Hispano

Isabelle CossetteDr, Music Research and EducationDirector of MPBLCentre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and TechnologyMcGill UniversityMontreal, Quebec, Canada

Isabelle Cossette

Music Education and Research

Biography:

qualifications (flute performance degrees & postdoctoral studies on respiratory mechanics) and research interests (respiratory mechanics, music performance enhancement, biomechanics & instrumental pedagogy)

work with world leading respiratory physiologist (Macklem) and international researchers in bioengineering (Aliverti - Italy), acoustics (Fabre - France) and computer sciences (Thorpe - New Zealand) give her unique competencies to conduct scientific experiments based on concerns of musicians and to bridge knowledge between the scientific and musical fields.

Multidisciplinary research at the basis of new scientifically based instrumental pedagogy.

The founder and director of the Music Performance and Body Lab (MPBL), first North American respiratory laboratory using optoelectronic plethysmography (OEP), located at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University.

Train research graduate and visiting students (over 15) and establish appropriate methods (OEP, ultrasound) for the study of areas such as the performer-instrument interaction, musicians respiratory mechanics, performance anxiety, posture and gestures.

Team member of the quipe interdisciplinaire de recherche en pdagogie instrumentale (EIRPI Universit Laval)

Interim Associate Director (Science and Technology) at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music, Media and Technology (CIRMMT) in 2014. The aim of her work is to better understand the role of the performers body during performance and to develop new scientifically-based pedagogies using technological feedback for instrumental learning.

Published in highly respected scientific journals such asRespiratory Physiology and Neurobiology,Acta Acustica united with Acustica,Perceptual and Motor SkillsandJournal of New Music Research.

External scientific reviewer (e.g.Disability and Rehabilitation),

co-editor (e.g.Acta Acustica united with Acustica)

Coordinated/organised over 90 research lectures, workshops and events.

Selected Publications:

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Nassrallah, F., Comeau, G., Russell, D., & Cossette, I. (2013). Coordination between breathing and different movement markers during pianists performance tasks,Perceptual and Motor Skills, 116/1, 1-20.

Bianco T., Freour V., Cossette I., Bevilacqua F., & Causs R. (2012)Measures of facial muscle activation, intraoral pressure and mouthpiece force in trumpet playing,Journal of New Music Research, 41/1: 49-65.

Cossette, I., Fabre, B., Frour, V., Montgermont, N., & Monaco P. (2010). From breath to sound: Linking respiratory mechanics to aeroacoustic sound production in flutes.Acustica / Acta Acustica, 96: 654-667.

Cossette, I., Monaco, P., Aliverti A., & Macklem, P.T. (2008). Chest wall dynamics and muscle recruitment during professional flute playing, Respiration Physiology and Neurobiology, 160: 187-195.

Cossette, I. Mcanique respiratoire des fltistes professionnels. (2002).Revue des Maladies Respiratoires, 19:197-206.

Cossette, I., Sliwinski, P., & Macklem, P.T. (2000) Respiratory parameters during professional flute playing,Respiration Physiology,121/1:33-44.

Peer-Reviewed Articles in Conference Proceedings
Vauthrin,C.,Fabre, B. & Cossette, I. (2014) How does posture influence flute players breathing and playing?ISMA Conference, Le Mans, France.

Cossette, I., Monaco P., Aliverti A., & P. T. Macklem. (2010). Respiratory muscle recruitment and their correlates with pulmonary volumes and flute musical tasks. Proceedings of10me Congrs Franais dAcoustique, Lyon.

Frour, V., Causs, R., & Cossette, I. (2010) Simultaneous measurements of pressure, flow and sound during trumpet playing. Proceedings of10meCongrs Franais dAcoustique, Lyon.

Peer-reviewed Abstracts in Conference Proceedings
Frour, V., Uva, B., Aliverti, A., & Cossette, I. (2014) On the control of respiratory muscles in trombone performance.International Symposium on Musical Acoustics(ISMA), Le Mans, France.

Massie-Laberge, C., & Cossette, I. (2013) Between traditional teaching strategies and modernity: Is it time to use technology in the teaching of expressivity?Midwestern Music Cognition Symposium,May 2013, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Barbeau, A.-K.& Cossette, I. (2012). Music performance anxiety: A secret boundary to learning to perform music.Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) Annual Conference,McGill University.

Laviola, M., Aliverti, A., &Cossette, I. (2010). In vivo assessment of diaphragm thickness changes by ultrasonography,Proceedings of the European Respiratory Society Conference, Barcelona.

Frour V., Bianco T., Cossette, I., Bevilacqua, F., & Causs, R. (2010). Coordination of facial muscle activation, intraoral pressure and mouthpiece force during trumpet playing: preliminary findings.3rd International Conference on Music and Gesture, Schulich School of Music, McGill.

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