Enacting Musical Time: The Bodily Experience of New Music

By Mariusz Kozak

Addresses the nature of musical time from the perspective of embodied and enacted cognition. Explores the body's natural mobility and its affective dispositions as resources for shaping our understanding of musical phenomena. Presents analyses of contemporary Western art music in ways that invite the reader to actively participate in the creation of musical structure.

Read a Columbia News interview with Professor Kozak about Enacting Musical Time