1 Institut for Filosofi, Pædagogik og Religionsstudier, Faculty of Humanities, SDU2 Philosophy, Department for the Study of Culture, Faculty of Humanities, SDU3 School of Music, Texas Tech University4 Philosophy, Department for the Study of Culture, Faculty of Humanities, SDU
As is indicated by the title, this presentation deals with implemented narrativity on two fronts within the complex process of live musical performance: a “concert story” told by the musician in front of the live audience in the performance situation and a structured complex of verbal and non-verbal narrative in the studio during the process of performance preparation. For Westney, a professional concert pianist and professor of piano pedagogy, the interest inutilizing aspects of applied narrativity lies in re-invigorating musicians’ performance and addressing issues with regard to the performer-audience relationship. For Grund, a philosopher who also has experience as a performing musician, analyzing this implementation of narrativity is an important part of exploring the formation of musical meaning from a philosophical standpoint in a practicebased context.
Working With Stories. Narrative As a Meeting Place for Theory, Analysis and Practice: Proceedings From the 2nd Enn Conference, Kolding 2011, 2011, p. 78-92
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The 2nd ENN Conference 2011
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