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Twila Bakker completed her doctorate in musicology focusing on Steve Reich’s Counterpoint pieces at Bangor University, North Wales. In 2018 she was awarded a stipendium from the Paul Sacher Stiftung (Basel, Switzerland) in order to further her current research, which addresses the ephemeral nature and extensive information accessible in born-digital sketch studies utilizing Reich’s compositional output as a case study. She is a committee member of the Society for Minimalist Music and holds previous degrees in musicology from the University of Victoria and, music and history from the University of Alberta, Canada.
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