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    Carlman, Maria
    Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Department of Jazz.
    More and More of Less and Less: Ett poemusikaliskt utforskande i text ton och flöde2018Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years)), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This text is the written part of an artistic master’s project at KMH, Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden. The purpose of this work is to explore perspectives and inputs to promote a composition process of text and tone in creative flow and to make them into some kind of method. The perspectives of reorientation, mimicry, play and risk, generated from Csikszentmihalyi's theories about conditions for the rise of flow state, as well as the improvisation theater's affirmative concept of Yes-and…, are applied to musical composition and artistic interpretation. Another objective of the project is to emphasize the role of the text in the pieces of music through compositional and interpretative methods, and to create conditions for musical improvisation that relate to the theme and drama of the texts reinforcing them. In reflections on the artistic results – the compositions and the performance of those in a concert - conclusions are drawn about how and when the flow state arises and decreases in composition processes, and about which tools can bring creative flow back after ceasing and about what is needed to avoid the risks of the absorbent flow state. 

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