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Doctors

dr. Cathy van Eck (2013) - University of Leiden

Between air and electricity. Microphones and loudspeakers as musical instruments

More information can be found on this link and here.

 

dr. Marlon Titre (2013) - University of Leiden

Thinking through the guitar: The sound-cell-texture chain 

More information can be found on this link.

 

dr. Falk Hübner (2013) - University of Leiden

Shifting Identities. The Musician as Theatrical Performer

More information can be found on this link.


dr. Mark van Tongeren (2013) - University of Leiden

Thresholds of the audible: about the multiphony of the body

Interview (Dutch) with Mark van Tongeren in Mare.

 

dr. Juan Sebastian Lach Lau (2012) - University of Leiden

Harmonic duality; From interval ratios and pitch distance to spectra and sensory dissonance

 

dr. Annemarie Dragosits (2012) - University of Leiden

Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (ca. 1581 - 1651): Betrachtungen zu seinem Leben und Umfeld, seiner Vokalmusik und seinem praktischen Material zum Basso continuo-Spiel

 

dr. Arne Deforce (2012) - University of Leiden

LABORINTH Π; Denken als experiment: '472' Meditaties over de noodzaak van het creatief denken en experimenteren in het uitvoeren van complexe muziek van 1962 tot heden


dr. Thomas De Baets (2012) - University of Leuven

“On-the-spot Music Teaching” De muziekleraar in onmiddellijke muzikale interacties.


dr. Alessandro Cervino (2012) – University of Leuven 

Mapping the Performer's Creative Space. An Exploration in and through Piano Playing

More information can be found on this link

 

dr. Yolande Harris (2011) - University of Leiden

Scorescapes, On Sound, Environment and Sonic Consciousness


More information can be found on this link.
Her doctoral dissertation is available online

 

dr. Kathryn Cok (2011) - University of Leiden

Basso Continuo Sources from the Dutch Republic c.1620-c.1790

More information can be found on this link.

 

dr. Paul Craenen (2011) - University of Leiden

Composed Performers; the music making body from a compositional perspective.

More information can be found on this link.
His doctoral dissertation is available online
A paperback version (272 p.) is available for € 20 (contact Paul Craenen).

 

dr. Jed Wentz (2010) - University of Leiden

The relationship between gesture and rhythmic freedom in the performance of French opera, 1673-1779.

More information can be found on this link.
His doctoral dissertation is available online

 

dr. Luk Vaes (2009) - University of Leiden

Extended Piano Techniques in Theory, History and Performance Practice.

More information can be found on this link.
His doctoral dissertation is available online.