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From Bloom’s taxonomy of human experience, define each domain. Cognitive: This domain deals with how we obtain, process, and employ knowledge. Affective: This domain deals with our values, emotions, and attitudes. Psychomotor: This domain deals with our manual and physical skills. Describe how each domain relates to interacting with music and art. Cognitive Music: When singing, the cognitive domain is employed by the vocal stability and the precision of rhythm and melody. When listening, the cognitive domain is employed by the use of memory when recognizing the sounds of instruments and identifying each sound. Art: Artists employ the cognitive domain by creating original pieces and innovative concepts applying their knowledge of colors and techniques following appropriate guidelines from their teachings. Affective Music: When singing, the affective domain is shown through emotions, expression, and the
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