What happens next? Imaginative presence in Gary Peacock and Lee Konitz: Divergent fields, audiation, and the unexpected
Bassist Gary Peacock champions an intuitive aesthetic, whether improvising over standard or free jazz forms. Saxophonist Lee Konitz utilises a similarly fearless approach, improvising melodic ideas that are conceived in the moment. This can be an elusive goal for improvisers, and so this research compares the approaches of these two improvisers via transcription and analysis, and the employment of their methods in my own creative practice. In synthesising the...[Show more]
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