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‘A, the suggestive; B, the direct; C, the altern: Towards a tri-partite model of analysing actor-musicianship’

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‘A, the suggestive; B, the direct; C, the altern: Towards a tri-partite model of analysing actor-musicianship’. / Macpherson, Benjamin Jonathan.

Music on Stage. ed. / Fiona Jane Schopf. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. p. 216-229.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Macpherson, BJ 2015, ‘A, the suggestive; B, the direct; C, the altern: Towards a tri-partite model of analysing actor-musicianship’. in FJ Schopf (ed.), Music on Stage. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 216-229, Music On Stage, Sidcup, United Kingdom, 1/06/15. <http://www.cambridgescholars.com/download/sample/62516>

APA

Vancouver

Macpherson BJ. ‘A, the suggestive; B, the direct; C, the altern: Towards a tri-partite model of analysing actor-musicianship’. In Schopf FJ, editor, Music on Stage. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2015. p. 216-229

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Macpherson, Benjamin Jonathan. / ‘A, the suggestive; B, the direct; C, the altern: Towards a tri-partite model of analysing actor-musicianship’. Music on Stage. editor / Fiona Jane Schopf. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. pp. 216-229

Bibtex

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