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“I could show you all I know”: Elements of co-creativity in a music theatre context.

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“I could show you all I know” : Elements of co-creativity in a music theatre context. / Laws, Catherine.

Productive Tensions : Co-creative Practices in Music. ed. / William Brooks; Catherine Laws. Leuven University Press, 2013. (Collected Writings of the Orpheus Research Centre in Music ).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Laws, C 2013, “I could show you all I know”: Elements of co-creativity in a music theatre context. in W Brooks & C Laws (eds), Productive Tensions : Co-creative Practices in Music. Collected Writings of the Orpheus Research Centre in Music , Leuven University Press.

APA

Laws, C. (2013). “I could show you all I know”: Elements of co-creativity in a music theatre context.. Manuscript in preparation In W. Brooks, & C. Laws (Eds.), Productive Tensions : Co-creative Practices in Music (Collected Writings of the Orpheus Research Centre in Music ). Leuven University Press.

Vancouver

Laws C. “I could show you all I know”: Elements of co-creativity in a music theatre context. In Brooks W, Laws C, editors, Productive Tensions : Co-creative Practices in Music. Leuven University Press. 2013. (Collected Writings of the Orpheus Research Centre in Music ).

Author

Laws, Catherine. / “I could show you all I know” : Elements of co-creativity in a music theatre context. Productive Tensions : Co-creative Practices in Music. editor / William Brooks ; Catherine Laws. Leuven University Press, 2013. (Collected Writings of the Orpheus Research Centre in Music ).

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