Vol 8, No 1 (2012)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Improvocracy? PDF HTML
Daniel Fischlin

Interviews

Improvocracy, or Improvising the Civil Rights Movement in Wadada Leo Smith’s Ten Freedom Summers PDF HTML
Daniel Fischlin
Réflexions sur l’improvisation et l’implication sociale de l’éducation musicale. Dialogue avec Jean-Yves Bosseur PDF HTML
Luis Velasco Pufleau

Articles

Outside of the Self: Subjectivity, the Allure of Transcendence, and Jazz Historiography PDF HTML
Ryan Sawyer McCormack
Theorising Improvisation as a form of Critical Pedagogy in Ontario Public School Music Curricula PDF HTML
Megan Leigh Giacomelli
Improvisation as Tool and Intention: Organizational Practices in Laptop Orchestras and Their Effect on Personal Musical Approaches PDF HTML
Jeff Albert
Nomadism and Ethics in/as Improvised Movement Practices PDF HTML
Vida Lesley Midgelow

Notes and Opinions

Khyal, Improvisation, and Social Change PDF HTML
Wasanti Paranjape
Twenty-Five in B&W: An Improviser’s Gallery HTML
Barry Thomson

Book/Media Reviews

Improvisation and the Making of American Literary Modernism PDF HTML
Paul Watkins
Monument Eternal: The Music of Alice Coltrane PDF HTML
Kara A. Attrep

News and Announcements

Call for Papers: General Issue PDF HTML
 


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