A Study of Improvisational Group Performance in MusiceBook - 2006
Improvised music performance offers remarkable and dramatic examples of the talented ways in which group members can interact and inspire each other. Such musical sessions can serve as examples of improvised performance of groups in general. This thesis reports on ways of initiating and supporting talented group improvisation. It addresses the question which interface is needed to generate collectives with collective talent. Inspired by Pask's Conversation Theory, the author has developed a theory for supporting collective talent. The approach and results are not restricted to music, but should yield interest to fields as management & organization and ICT.
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, c2006.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (215 p.) : ill.
Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK