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Type: Thesis
Title: Exploration of selected extended clarinet techniques: a portfolio of recorded performances and exegesis.
Author: Lovelock, Amanda Kate
Issue Date: 2013
School/Discipline: Elder Conservatorium of Music
Abstract: This submission for the degree of Master of Philosophy in Music Performance at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide, investigates through performance, two extended clarinet techniques: multiphonics and portamenti, as they pertain to the Boehm system soprano clarinet. The submission consists of a portfolio of recorded performances presented on four CDs, supported by an explanatory, 5000 word exegesis. The exegesis explains the application of these techniques in selected contemporary clarinet repertoire and the associated challenges they have for performance. The exegesis documents and evaluates the performer's approach in addressing those intrinsic challenges. The works presented are: Ship Jang Saeng I by Bong-Ho Kim; Fantasie by Jörg Widmann; Double Life by Eric Mandat; Preludes Book 1 by Eric Mandat; Seeking The Path That Leads Home by Nicholas Denison; Rondo by Nicholas Denison; Czernowitzer Skizzen by Alexander Kukelka; Moments musicaux by Pēteris Vasks and Perspectives by Callie Wood.
Advisor: Bodman Rae, Charles
Handsworth, Peter John
Dissertation Note: Thesis (M.Phil.) -- University of Adelaide, Elder Conservatorium of Music, 2013
Keywords: clarinet; extended techniques; multiphonics; portamenti
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