A grand gesture: vocal and corporeal control in melody, rhythm, and emotion
This chapter further examines the theory given in Chapter 9. It presents a nuanced discussion that develops some of the ideas proposed, and the issues raised, in the chapter, stressing the interdependence of vocal gesture, facial expression, and corporeal gesture, and suggesting that this interdependence provides an appropriate locus for exploration of the commonalities between music and language.
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