The Social Factory

the blog of King's CMCI PostGrad Society

New tricks with old music by Nick Wilson

As a musician myself I have certainly received my fair share of warranted (and un-warranted) criticism over the years. There is nowhere to hide on the concert platform. Performing music necessarily requires being open to others, exposing more of the self than is demanded in most other walks of life. It is perhaps only natural, therefore, that the controversial subject of authenticity should remain so stubbornly relevant to our understanding and pleasure of (musical) performance. “Keepin’ it real” is as germane to the historically informed performance (HIP) of “old” music as it is to Hip Hop, after all.

– See more at: http://blog.oup.com/2013/11/new-tricks-old-music-authenticity-early-music/#sthash.6qNWRVnL.dpufthe art of reenactment

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