Non-obvious Performer Gestures in Instrumental Music

@inproceedings{Wanderley1999NonobviousPG,
  title={Non-obvious Performer Gestures in Instrumental Music},
  author={Marcelo M. Wanderley},
  booktitle={Gesture Workshop},
  year={1999}
}
This paper deals with the gestural language of instrumentalists playing wind instruments. It discusses the role of nonobvious performer gestures that may nevertheless influence the final sound produced by the acoustic instrument. These gestures have not commonly been considered in sound synthesis, although they are an integral part of the instrumentalist's full gestural language. The structure of this paper will be based on an analysis of these non-obvious gestures followed by some comments on… CONTINUE READING

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