Experience and Meaning in Music Performance
This chapter introduces the co-authored volume Experience and Meaning in Music Performance. The three key terms are introduced and defined alongside an explanation of the overall aims and methods of the project. Two themes that cut across each of these are delineated: entrainment and gesture; in the following section, some theoretical considerations concerning universal and culturally specific ways of considering the role of the body, and the relationship between meaning and embodiment, are presented. The chapter concludes with discussion of methodologies employed by authors within the framework of the project.
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