Sound, Music and the Moving-Thinking Body
It has long been known that practicing musicians and dancers draw upon interdisciplinary relationships between sound and movement to inform their work and that many performance arts educators apply these relationships in working with aspiring composers, choreographers and performers. However, most material on the subject has been, to this point, relegated to single chapters in books and journal articles. Now, Sound, Music and the Moving-Thinking Body brings together the diverse topics researchers and practitioners across the sector are exploring, and raises issues concerning the collaborative aspects of creating and performing new work.
Sound, Music and the Moving-Thinking Body is a result of the Composer, Choreographer and Performer Collaboration Conference of Contemporary Music and Dance/Movement 2012 hosted by the Institute of Musical Research, Senate House, University of London, and the Department of Music at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Marilyn Wyers is a pianist, dance artist and educationalist. She studied piano and ballet at St Petersburg State Conservatoire, Russia and is currently a PhD candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Osvaldo Glieca is a composer, rock guitarist and jazz saxophonist. He studied composition with Martin Glover at the London College of Music and Dimitri Smirnov and Roger Redgate at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Contributors: Magnus Andersson, Robert Fulford, Jane Ginsborg, Osvaldo Glieca, Jeremy Peyton Jones, Joshua B. Mailman, Helen Julia Minors, Tatiana Oltean, Stefan Österjö, Sofia Paraskeva, Michael Picknett, Kelvin Thomson, Nguyễn Thanh Thủy, Mark Wraith, Marilyn Wyers.
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