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Strategies in jazz guitar improvisation

Strategies in jazz guitar improvisation
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  Stein Helge Solstad Strategies in jazz guitar improvisation NMH-publikasjoner 2015:7  g Sein Helge Solsd Sregies in jzz guir improvision Disserttion for the PhD degreeNorwegin Acdemy of Music, Oslo 2015NMH-publiksjoner 2015:7  NMH-publikasjoner 2015:7© Norges musikkhøgskole og Stein Helge SolstadISSN 0333-3760ISBN 978-82-7853-207-2Norges musikkhøgskole Postboks 5190 Majorstua0302 OSLOTel.: +47 23 36 70 00E-post: post@nmh.nonmh.noTrykk: 07 Media, Oslo, 2015  iii Acknowledgemen I am indebted to several people who have provided both inspiration and assistance in my doctoral research. I am particularly grateful to Rolf Inge Godøy for being my main supervisor and for updating my understanding of relevant areas of cognitive psychology as they relate to improvisation. I am indebted to Chris Washburne for being my co-supervisor, for making the research in New York possible by accepting me as a visiting scholar at Columbia University and for providing invaluable help in my ieldwork and in the reinement of my theoretical approach. Many thanks to my ive interlocutors in New York City, namely Lage Lund, Jack Wilkins, Ben Monder, Rez Abbasi and Adam Rogers, for being so generous and for helping me by illuminating the secrets in jazz guitar improvisation. I am also thankful to associates, especially Fred Lerdahl and George Lewis at Columbia University, for sharing my interest in cognition and ethnographic research in jazz. Thanks to students in my classes over the years, and especially guitar students who have been a constant source of stimulation, expanding my own understanding of the subject. Furthermore, I would like to express my gratitude to Kjell Arild Madsen for being my mentor in this project, Bjørn Alterhaug for reading my initial drafts, Jan Inge Sørbø for constructive comments on the thesis, and Paul Berliner for interesting conversations and suggesting New York City and Columbia University as a location for conducting this research. I want to
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