Vol 9, No 1 (2013)

Ethics and the Improvising Business

Table of Contents


Ethics and the Improvising Business
Mark Laver, Ajay Heble, Tina Piper


An Interview by Mark Laver
An Interview by Mark Laver


Peter David Johnston
Nick Sorensen
Mark Laver

Notes and Opinions

Scott Thomson
Chris MacDonald

General Topics Articles

Melvin James Backstrom
Michael John Kaler

Book/Media Reviews

Improvisation as Art: Conceptual Challenges, Historical Perspectives, Edgar Landgraf
David Borgo
The Improvising Mind: Cognition and Creativity in the Musical Moment, Aaron L. Berkowitz
Howard Spring

News and Announcements

Call for Papers: General Issue

Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation is generously supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (through both its Major Collaborative Research Initiatives and Aid to Scholarly Journals programs) and by the University of Guelph Library.
ISSN: 1712-0624