Toward a musical monograph: Working with fragments from within the improvisation-composition nexus

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Draper, Paul
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Dr. Richard James Burgess and Katia Isakoff

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2012
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This paper examines the pre-production stages of a new album of original music entitled Monograph. The project firstly uses the recording studio as an resource analysis device to interrogate a database of live improvisations which have been collected over time. The following phase of the project orients around the research question: how to best move beyond in-the-moment improvisation, to being able to distil, refine, arrange and orchestrate the essence of attractive ideas in fixed recordings? This paper details emergent methods as part of an overarching practice-based research approach to the problem.

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Journal on the Art of Record Production

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2012

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6

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© The Author(s) 2012. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. For information about this journal please refer to the journal’s website or contact the author.

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Music Composition

Performing Arts and Creative Writing

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