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The second masking

Issue: Vol 12 No. 2 (2018)

Journal: Jazz Research Journal

Subject Areas: Popular Music

DOI: 10.1558/jazz.40105

Abstract:

This article is a condensed summary of the author’s primary research. Using music, prose, and free verse, I seek to highlight the issues that work revealed within jazz and improvised music studies, and studies into vibraphone practice; briefly show the practical-philosophical roots of my methodology in the research; and present the practice-led roots of my current philosophy of the vibraphone.

Author: Corey Mwamba

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