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“Are Cities Music?”
Red Bull Music Academy.
Album Review: Boards of Canada, “Tomorrow’s Harvest.”
Album Review: Flying Lotus, “Until the Quiet Comes.”
Meditation on the music of Roscoe Mitchell,
Table and Chairs.
Guest column in JazzTimes 41(1).
“Thelonious Monk: Ode to a Sphere.”
Guest column in JazzTimes 40(1).
“Strength in Numbers.”
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In Miller, P., ed., Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, p. 273-292
Book review: “Unlocking the Groove: Rhythm, Meter, and Musical Design in Electronic Dance Music.”
By Mark Butler. In Journal of the Society for American Music, 2(2): 269-276.
“Concerning Late Style in Composers and Improvisers.”
Program notes to Brentano Quartet Carnegie Hall concerts.
All About Jazz New York, March 2007.
“Sangha: Collaborative improvisations on community.”
Critical Studies in Improvisation / Etudes critiques en improvisation 1(3).
“Navigation through Form: Composing for improvisors.”
Program notes for Improvise!, a festival organized by American Composers Orchestra.
“Improvisation, Temporality, and Embodied Experience.”
Journal of Consciousness Studies 11(3-4): 159-173.
“Being Home: Jazz Authority and the Politics of Place.”
Current Musicology 71-73: 462-476.
“Embodied Mind, Situated Cognition, and Expressive Microtiming in African-American Music.”
Music Perception 19(3): 387-414.
“Microstructures of Feel, Macrostructures of Sound: Embodied Cognition in West African and African-American Musics.”
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