Music as social interaction
Embedded, embodied and multivalent
in Connecting sounds
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This chapter begins by asking what music is. It first considers the idea that music is ‘humanly organised sound’ before progressing to a definition of music as social interaction. This idea is unpacked throughout the chapter and it is argued that musical interaction is embodied, multivalent and multiply embedded.

Connecting sounds

The social life of music

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