- Title Pages
- Studies in Musical Performance as Creative Practice
- List of Contributors
- List of Examples
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- List of Website Audio Examples
- List of Website Image Examples
- List of Website Video Examples
- About the Companion Website
- Introduction and overview
- 1 Composer–performer collaborations in the long twentieth century
- 2 The labour that dare not speak its name
- 3 Distributed cognition, ecological theory and group improvisation
- 4 Domesticating gesture
- 5 Cross-cultural collaborations with the Kronos Quartet
- 6 Fluid practices, solid roles?
- 7 Composition changing instruments changing composition
- 8 Negotiations
- 9 Contemporary Music in Action
- 10 (Re-)imagining improvisation
- 11 Improvisation as composition
- 12 Learning to improvise, improvising to learn
- 13 The ensemble as plural subject
Knots and other forms of entanglement
- (p.207) Intervention
- Distributed Creativity
- Oxford University Press
In this Intervention the composer Liza Lim reflects on the interwoven and textilic character of her music-making, and on the improvising and collaborative relationship that she sustains with her materials. The Intervention focuses specifically on knots as a way of thinking about the creative interactions between people, instruments, musical materials and processes, and temporal structures.
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