The dissertation consists of a thesis in two parts, a newly-made transcription from the original lute tablature of the fourteen chosen songs, and a CD-recording, documenting different modes of interpretation, including the following accompaniments for the songs: The camera finds a group of three standing off to the side of the line, decked out in their winter gear. The pacing was consistent, the storyline was gripping, and the writing was of course, Julie Kagawa. Title Meaning in the Making: This dissertation explains how, by means of artistic experimentation — through video, installations and the design of interfaces — this new area was uncovered:
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The sounds of clothes being shredded, flesh being torn, and R bones popping from their joints creates a chorus of pain below. The work started by exploring the theme of hospitality and hostility with the ambition to better understand the ecological complexity of the design process and its results. The video films are transcribed in detail, with focus on how semiotic modes, such as gestures, gazes, body movements, singing, printed score and piano-playing, are used when choir conductors in their interaction with choir singers work with a musical composition. Don't you fucking look down here! The study includes numerous concert projects, of which several are recorded and included in this book on two CDs with MP3 files. It is frozen over with a thick layer of ice.