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A Phan on Phish : Live Improvised Music in Five Performative Commitments

@inproceedings{Gordon2013APO,
  title={A Phan on Phish : Live Improvised Music in Five Performative Commitments},
  author={Bassist Mike Gordon},
  year={2013}
}
Explored as a series of five interrelated performative commitments, the author takes seriously the notion that live musical performance, especially when it is pervaded by an improvisational ethos, can be -communicative­ cultural event. 'Jbroughout, I balance the more tradi tional rigor of critical cultural analysis with new writing forms (e.g., DeChaine, 2002; Oenzin, 2003; Goodall, 199 1; Jones, 2007) drawn from the more ineffable aspects of my per­ sonal experience as one of a devout legion… Expand

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