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Salons 1 & 2 • Saturday morning, 8:00–9:00

Improvisation Interest Group Meeting

Massimiliano Guido (Università di Pavia), Chair
Gilad Rabinovitch (Georgia State University), Vice-Chair

We will discuss the general topic Implications of improvisation to analysis, pedagogy, and theory dealing with research problems that stem from recent work and their implications for the future:

  1. Historical teaching methods and their implications for analyzing repertoires / treatises.
  2. Critical perspectives on improvisation.
  3. Analyzing compositions? Analyzing improvisations?
  4. Improvisation in teaching.

Feel free to bring your coffee and muffin!