Doing without thinking? Processes of decision-making in period instrument performance

Daniel Bangert
The performance of a musical work involves making many decisions about the notated score. This study explores the nature and role of intuitive and deliberate processes of musical decision-making in period instrument performance of solo Baroque string music. This research uses dual process theories of cognition as a conceptual framework to examine issues of Baroque performance practice and interpretation. A threefold approach to data collection was employed. In the first study, semi-structured interviews were conducted...
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