Live Versus Mediatised: The Added Value of ‘Liveness’ on a Music Performance

Ieva Dudaite





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Universiteit of Hogeschool
Universiteit Maastricht- MA Kunst en Erfgoed, Conservatorium Maastricht- MA Muziek (Piano)
Universiteit Maastricht en Conservatorium Maastricht
Gert Keunen
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