Percussion and computer in live performance
This thesis seeks to articulate a performer's perspective of the interactions between percussion and computer in performance. A selection of compositions for percussion and computer will be used to explain how understanding the role of the computer can inform the player's technical and musical choices and is vital to convey a cohesive performance. Two of the compositions are the author's own work. Discussion of both the creation and performance of these works will suggest how using the computer...[Show more]
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