Music means movement: musings on methods for movement analysis in music

  title={Music means movement: musings on methods for movement analysis in music},
  author={Jan C. Schacher},
This article addresses the intersection of technical, analytical and artistic approaches to perceiving and measuring musical movement. The point of view taken is situated between the development and application of technological tools, the design and running of exploratory experiments, and the musical performance moment, where perception of the body and its movements constitutes an integral part of the experience. Through a use-case that is shared with other artists and researchers, a wide range… CONTINUE READING

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