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Composers have recently integrated techniques proper to saxophone without mouthpiece attached to the neckpiece within their works. This doctoral project sheds light on the artistic possibilities, performance practice, and notational issues of these techniques.
Kevin Toksöz Fairbairn performs contemporary repertoire distinguished by physically decoupled notations or physical polyphonic notations, a unique and relatively recent trend in musical notation that notates physical actions instead of just notes.
The performance practice of Italian instrumental music in relation to vocal music and text: sources and their modern realization.
The relationship between gesture, affect and rhythmic freedom in the performance of French tragic opera from Lully to Rameau
In his dissertation Jed Wentz investigates the repertoire of the tragédie en musique. His intent has been to examine how expressive modifications of the basic rhythmic pulse could have been related to the use of gesture on stage and to the theory of the affects that was prevalent in the medical philosophy of the time.