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Embodied navigation of complex piano notation : rethinking musical interaction from a performer’s perspective

Abstract : This thesis proposes a performer-specific paradigm of embodied interaction with complex piano notation. This paradigm, which I term embodied navigation, extends and even confronts the traditional paradigm of textual interpretation. The latter assumes a linear and hierarchical process, whereby internalized understanding of the musical text is considered a prerequisite of instrumental technique towards personal interpretation. In lieu of that, I advocate for a dynamic, non-linear, embodied and external processing of music notation. At a second stage, the proposed paradigm serves as the basis for the development of methodologies and customized tools for a range of applications, including: performance analysis, embodied interactive learning, contemporary composition, free improvisation and piano pedagogy.
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Pavlos Antoniadis. Embodied navigation of complex piano notation : rethinking musical interaction from a performer’s perspective. Musicology and performing arts. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAC007⟩. ⟨tel-01861171⟩

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