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en fenomenologisk betraktelse över sångarens inre arbete

Dahlbäck Kajsa

I avhandlingen studerar jag fenomenologiskt sångarens inre arbete och det som föregår rösten. I min forskning har jag utgått ifrån min erfarenhet som sångare specialiserad på tidig musik och genrens typiskt intima konsert- och repetitionsatmosfär. In my DocMus thesis I have studied the singer’s inner work and what precedes the voice. In my research I have utilized my experience as a singer specialized in early music and the genre’s generally intimate concert and rehearsal atmosphere. Employing the triadic concept of body–breath–mind led me to study the singer’s inner work from each side of the triangle that forms this unit. In this process the triad’s cyclical identity appears. The three parts are inseparable from each other, although the unit can be studied from these three different angles. Experience texts from rehearsals and concerts have been mirrored against phenomenological theories. Through this method the practice-based body–breath–mind is linked to the theoretical singing-in-the-world. Body–breath–mind is the foundation for singing-in-the-world, a term developed from the phenomenological tradition of Heidegger’s being-in-the-world (in-der-Welt-sein), Merleau-Ponty’s being-toward-theworld (suis à) and in recent years Skôf’s and Berndtson’s breathing-in-the-world. The first two do not discuss breath as a factor in man’s communication with the environment, while Irigaray as well as Skôf and Berndtson do. For the singer breath is equally important as body and mind for understanding and performing music.

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