The Musicologist as composer / producer - the intersections of traditional music, creative practice and technology
This reflective paper examines the process of producing new art music underpinned by musicological research in our project work. It responds to a hybrid space where traditional notions of the separate researcher are suspended in favour of an emerging model that sees the musicologist as an artistic collaborator in the continued development of music tradition. Arrangement, composition, music production and project management are therefore important skills for the researcher to develop in such...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of Sustainability and Ethnomusicology Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Presented at the QCRC Sustainability and Ethnomusicology, QCGU (2011)|
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