Soundweaving: Writings on Improvisation

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      This book consists of eight chapters with writings on improvisation and an introduction by one of the most intriguing improvisers of our generation – Evan Parker.
      The initial discussions for this book were carried out during the “Two Thousand + TEN” symposium, which took place on the 6th of November 2010 at the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast. The symposium’s theme was ‘improvisation’. Georgina Born and David Borgo gave keynote addresses, alongside many other excellent speakers, several of who are included in this book.
      My contribution is a novel way of editing texts, as I have woven all chapters into an overall piece of writing, interlaced with my own contribution of around 40 pages.
      Original languageEnglish
      Place of PublicationCambridge
      PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
      Number of pages185
      ISBN (Print)9781443853446
      StatePublished - 01 Jan 2014

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      • improvisation, object oriented ontology, ecology, weaving

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