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Classical Music Hyper Production and Practice As Research

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The structure of outputs

In the next day or so we should be able to put the 'live' panel discussions from last weekend's conference up and I hope that will stimulate some further discussion but I was struck very powerfully by one moment in the discussion. I suggested that the art work itself should not (necessarily) be the practice as research output. I made the point with...
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Very interesting Andrew. I think the point that we were trying to make - and in some ways trying to move away from - was the idea that recorded classical music still hasn't moved very far from the aesthetic of the 'best seat in the house'. That said, I found your paper very interesting in that regard because it makes a point very strongly that I've...
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Alfred Brendel

Martha de Francisco just posted a link on Facebook to this interview with Alfred Brendel where he talks a little about recording to promote a new box set of his Phillips recordings. One of the interesting things he says is the benefit of digital recording being that the edits are done during the session and are therefore part of the performance pro...
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