Alexandra Pierce

 

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Alexandra Pierce, Ph.D., is a pianist, composer, music theorist, movement educator, Professor of Music and Movement, and presently Emerita Research Professor at the University of Redlands, California. In addition to the recent book Deepening Musical Performance through Movement: The Theory and Practice of Embodied Interpretation (Indiana University Press, 2007), she and Roger have co-authored two books on enhancing human movement: Expressive Movement: Posture and Action in Daily Life, Sports, and the Performing Arts (Da Capo Press, 1989) and Generous Movement (Center of Balance Press, 1991).



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Deepening Musical Performance through Movement: The Theory and Practice of Embodied Interpretation, by Alexandra Pierce (Indiana University Press, 2007)





Expressive Movement: Posture and Action in Daily Life, Sports, and the Performing Arts, by Alexandra Pierce and Roger Pierce. (Perseus Books, New York, 1989.)




Generous Movement: A Practical Guide to Balance in Action, by Alexandra Pierce and Roger Pierce. (Center of Balance Press, 191.



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Click here for Your Valvèd Voice, a  novel by Roger Nicholson Pierce.




“Little People” by Roger Pierce