Informed Play (Heftet)

Approaching a Concept and Biology of Tone Production on Early Modern Lute Instruments

Forfatter:

Robin Rolfhamre

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Innbinding: Heftet
Utgivelsesår: 2019
Antall sider: 228
Forlag: Cappelen Damm Akademisk
Språk/målform: Engelsk
ISBN: 9788202636371
Kategori: Estetiske fag
Fag: Estetiske fag
Nivå: Akademisk
Om utgivelsen Informed Play
This book is available as a free open access-book on noasp.no.

Informed Play
presents a conceptual understanding of tone production based on extensive historical research on primary sources, modern literature and handbook reviews, physical and psychological perspectives as well as on technology. As the first volume in English to discuss and contextualise the topic of tone production on Early Modern lute instruments from a broad, interdisciplinary approach, it represents a unique and significant contribution to research on Early Music performance, particularly performance on lute instruments.

At a lute-centred level, this book challenges many preconceptions about tone production by addressing the motivations behind certain choices made in and embraced by the Early Music community. It is therefore an essential ‘desk reference’ for both researchers and performers. At a meta-level, Informed Play offers a general perspective of how self-expressive acts, physical and social causes and effects can be perceived biologically to better understand historical music performance as a social practice and phenomenon.

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Informed Play
Engelsk Open Access 2018
Forfatter(e)
Robin Rolfhamre (MMus, PhD) is a professor at the University of Agder, Norway. He studies Early Modern music (c. 1400–1700) from an inter-human and social perspective focusing particularly on self-expressive acts, communication (particularly through rhetoric and social psychology) and performance practice. As a scholar and active performing artist, Rolfhamre has received several scholarships and awards, including the Agder Academy of Sciences and Letters’ Research Prize for Young Researchers. Get to know him at www.rolfhamre.com.