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Series editors' preface

Notes on contributors 1 Introduction: structured sounds in bodily and spatial dimensions Clemens Woellner Part I Bodily movements, gestures and sonification 2 The empowering effects of being locked into the beat of the music Marc Leman, Jeska Buhmann and Edith Van Dyck 3 Exploring music-related micromotion Alexander Refsum Jensenius 4 Cross-modal experience of musical pitch as space and motion: current research and future challenges Zohar Eitan 5 Gestural qualities in music and outward bodily responses Clemens Woellner and Jesper Hohagen 6 Aesthetics of sonification: taking the subject-position Paul Vickers, Bennett Hogg and David Worrall Part II Sound design, instrumental affordances and embodied spatial perception 7 Instruments, voices, bodies and spaces: towards an ecology of performance W. Luke Windsor 8 Sonic spaces in movies: audiovisual metaphors and embodied meanings in sound design Kathrin Fahlenbrach 9 The colourful life of timbre spaces: timbre concepts from early ideas to meta-timbre space and beyond Christoph Reuter and Saleh Siddiq 10 'Music as fluid architecture': investigating core regions of the spatial brain Christiane Neuhaus Part III Presence and immersion in networked and virtual spaces 11 Music as artificial environment: spatial, embodied multimodal experience Peter Lennox 12 Music perception and performance in virtual acoustic spaces Jude Brereton 13 Space and body in sound art: artistic explorations in binaural audio augmented environments Martin Rumori 14 Embodiment and disembodiment in networked music performance Georg Hajdu 15 Presence through sound Mark Grimshaw Index

About the Author

Clemens Woellner is Professor of Systematic Musicology at the University of Hamburg, Germany. His research focuses on performance, multimodal perception and the acquisition of expert skills, employing a range of interdisciplinary methods including motion capture, eye-tracking and physiological measures. He has published widely on topics related to musical conducting, perception-action coupling, human movement, imagery and attention in pianists, empathy and research reflexivity.

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