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Here are the powerpoint slides of a paper I read at a Cardiff University IASPM conference this year regarding the creative activities that took place in The James Taylor Quartet when I was a member. …

Here are the powerpoint slides of a paper I read at a Cardiff University IASPM conference this year regarding the creative activities that took place in The James Taylor Quartet when I was a member. It is only in draft format - but is a development of an earlier paper I posted a while back. I will also post the associated Powerpoint slides too.

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  • 1. A Phenomenological Analysis Of Musical Engagement When Recording, Performing and Rehearsing With The James Taylor Quartet
    Dr Paul Carr
     
    University of Glamorgan
  • 2. JTQ Recordings 1989 - 90
  • 3. Research Questions
    What are the means through which musicians employ listening to recreate ‘pastiche’ sounds of the past?
    How and why do musicians incorporate listening skills to integrate authenticity into their work by ensuring specific sounds, styles, production techniques and performance conventions comply with the canon?
    How does creative listening impact composition and arrangement activities?
    How do environmental factors impact creative listening?
  • 4.
  • 5. The Intentional/Extensional Listening Process
  • 6. Band Personnel
    Forcing Original
    Interpretation of
    Music
    Provides Stylistic Framework
    NEGOTIATION PROCESS
  • 7. Comparison of tracks from Wait A Minute album and ITV broadcast
    Extensional
    Basic Grooves (in both)
    Harmonic progression
    Melody
    Intentional
    Form
    Tempo
    Improvisation
    Instrumental Timbre
    Melodic and Rhythmic variance
    Collective Texture
  • 8. The Potential Impacts Of Social Parameters on Music Making
  • 9.
  • 10. Conclusions
  • 11.
  • 12. Bibliography
    Ken N. Kamoche, Miguel Pina e Cunha, and João Vieira da Cunha, Organizational improvisation (Routledge, 2002).
    Robert Keith Sawyer, Group genius (Westview Press, 2007).
    Lucy Green, Music, informal learning and the school (Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008).
    Paul Berliner, Thinking in jazz (University of Chicago Press, 1994).
    John Stevens et al., Search and reflect (Community Music, 1985).
    Simon Frith and Andrew Goodwin, On record (Routledge, 1990).
    Allan F. Moore, Rock, the primary text (Open University Press, 1993), p23.
    Simon Frith, Performing rites (Harvard University Press, 1998).
    Eric F. Clarke, Ways of listening (Oxford University Press US, 2005).
    William L. Cahn, Creative music making (Routledge, 2005).