Original Artist Identity in Song (2015-2020) [single-component output with contextualising information]

Moor, D (2020) Original Artist Identity in Song (2015-2020) [single-component output with contextualising information]. (Forthcoming)

Official URL: https://doi.org/10.17870/bathspa.c.4962320

Abstract

Original Artist Identity in Song examines the variables deployed when constructing public-facing identity in original songs, and the subsequent interaction of artist identity within the market ecology of popular music. The 2017 album, CousteauX, is a case study in the construction of artist identity. Insights into the inner workings of creative practice arise, and the analytical auto-ethnographic method observes practice for patterns and themes in the songwriting, production and touring phases of the album’s release. This practice develops a model with which to reveal those song variables with bearing on the public impression of the original artist. The music video for "When the Bloom has Left the Rose" which forms part of this collection won Best Music Video at The London Independent Film Awards October 2020. This Collection documents a single-component output with contextualising information. The items provide evidence of the project's 300-Word Statement, Research Questions & Research Timeline, Album, Journal Article, Audio & Music video for "When the Bloom Has Left the Rose", Music Videos of compositions written as part of this project, images from the album tour, images from a solo tour of performances by the researcher and an interview with the researcher.

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This Collection is a collation of research disseminated over the period 2015-2020, included in the REF2021 submission.

Divisions: Bath School of Music & Performing Arts
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2021 12:25
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2021 17:55
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