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I'm a singer and a PhD student at the Orpheus Institute, Ghent, which has a doctoral research programme for musicians. The subject of my research is different techniques of oral (not to say "improvis…

I'm a singer and a PhD student at the Orpheus Institute, Ghent, which has a doctoral research programme for musicians. The subject of my research is different techniques of oral (not to say "improvised") polyphony that where applied to chant, know amongst others as contrapunctus, cantus super librum and discantus. My research centres around the application of information found in sources into practical singing, and a reflection on how such skills can be best acquired. 

 

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