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Musical shaping gestures: Considerations about terminology and methodology (2013)
Journal Article
King, E. (2013). Musical shaping gestures: Considerations about terminology and methodology. Empirical Musicology Review, 8(1), 68-81. doi:10.18061/emr.v8i1.3925

Fulford and Ginsborg’s investigation into non-verbal communication during music rehearsal-talk between performers with and without hearing impairments extends existing research in the field of gesture studies by contributing significantly to our unde... Read More about Musical shaping gestures: Considerations about terminology and methodology.

Familiarity, schemata and patterns of listening (2013)
Book Chapter
Prior, H. (2013). Familiarity, schemata and patterns of listening. In E. King, & H. M. Prior (Eds.), Music and familiarity: listening, musicology and performanceTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

The origins of this work, as in much research, lie in a personal experience. My first exposure to a selection of Schoenberg’s piano works (which happened to be through a recording) had resulted in an ambivalent response, but upon hearing the same rec... Read More about Familiarity, schemata and patterns of listening.

Social familiarity: styles of interaction in chamber ensemble rehearsal (2013)
Book Chapter
King, E. (2013). Social familiarity: styles of interaction in chamber ensemble rehearsal. Music and familiarity: listening, musicology and performance (253 - 270). Ashgate

When two or more musicians first play together in a music ensemble, they begin a process of familiarization as they get to know each other both musically and socially. There is a complex network of issues to consider in this process as ensemble music... Read More about Social familiarity: styles of interaction in chamber ensemble rehearsal.