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The musical performer's embodied experience is an aspect of the performing process that has yet to be adequately considered in music scholarship. The embodied experience is relegated to the realm of the inaccessible and subjective, rather than being considered a valuable source of information for both the music analyst and performer. This thesis contends that the performing body can provide deep insights into musical meaning and can act as a resource for developing musical understanding. Thedoi:10.20381/ruor-6547 fatcat:nyvhizsj2nhmxfhuhep2ixuesu