Qualitative perspectives on gesture in saxophone performance: two case studies

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The increasing research on gesture in music performance demon- strates its influence embraces technical, expressive and communi- cative dimensions, which mastery is essential to the achievement of skilled, meaningful musical presentations. This study constitutes a preliminary exploration of gesture-making in the specific case of saxophone performance, framed on a larger on-going research cen- tered in understanding the role of gesture and the ways it can im- prove pedagogy and playing. An analysis of two video recordings of renowned contemporary saxophonists and pedagogues interpret- ing the same repertoire was conducted through a systematic obser- vation procedure previously applied to other instruments. Whilst each artist had a personal way of communicating through his gesture vocabulary, common features amongst saxophonists (and other wind instrumentalists) were extracted. Findings permitted to establish a set of gesture types related to saxophone performance, as well as expand on their functional nature and correlation with the musical content.
Idioma originalEnglish
Título da publicação do anfitriãoProceedings of the international conference on digital creation in arts and communication, ARTeFACTo2020
EditoresBruno Silva
Local da publicaçãoFaro, Portugal
EditoraArtech International Association
Páginas209-216
Número de páginas8
Edição2020
ISBN (eletrónico)9789899023338
ISBN (impresso)9789899023321
Estado da publicaçãoPublished - 26 nov 2020
EventoInternational Conference on Digital Creation in Arts and Communication - Faro
Duração: 26 nov 202027 nov 2020

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ConferênciaInternational Conference on Digital Creation in Arts and Communication
Título abreviadoARTeFACTo2020
País/TerritórioPortugal
CidadeFaro
Período26/11/2027/11/20

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