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Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music

by Robert Burke Editor · Andrys Onsman Editor

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The increasing interest in artistic research, especially in music, is throwing open doors to exciting ideas about how we generate new musical knowledge and understanding. This book examines the wide array of factors at play in innovative practice and how by treating it as research we can make new ideas more widely accessible.
Three key ideas propel the book. First, it argues that artistic research comes from inside the practice and exists in a space that accommodates both objective and subjective observation and analyses because the researcher is the practitioner. It is a space for dialogue between apparently opposing binaries: the composer and the performer, the past and the present, the fixed and the fluid, the intellectual and the intuitive, the abstract and the embodied, the prepared and the spontaneous, the enduring and the transitory, and so on. It is not so much constructed in a logical, sequential manner in the way of the scientific method of doing research but more as a "braided" space, woven from many disparate elements.
Second, the book articulates the notion that artistic research in music has its own verification procedures that need to be brought into the academy, especially in terms of the moderation of non-traditional research outputs, including the description of the criteria for allocation of research points for the purposes of data collection, as well as real world relevance and industry engagement.
Third, by way of numerous examples of original and creative music making, it demonstrates in practical terms how exploration and experimentation functions as legitimate academic research. Many of the case studies deliberately cross boundaries that were previously assumed to be rigid and definite in order to blaze new musical trails, creating new collaborations and synergies.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Lexington Books
Publication Date:
2017

Format

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Robert Burke (Editor)

Robert Burke is associate professor of jazz and popular music at Monash University.Andrys Onsman is learning and academic advisor at the University of Melbourne.

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Creators

Contributor :
Thomas Reiner
Editor :
Robert Burke
Contributor :
Jenny Wilson
Editor :
Andrys Onsman
Contributor :
Linda Barwick
Contributor :
Tim Dargaville
Contributor :
Stephen Emmerson
Contributor :
Nick Haywood
Contributor :
Glen Hodges
Contributor :
Michael Hooper
Contributor :
Cat Hope
Contributor :
Zubin Kanga
Contributor :
Deniz Peters
Contributor :
Johanna Selleck
Contributor :
Joseph Toltz
Contributor :
Robert Vincs
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