David P. Landon is a composer, performer, and maker who explores these roles as an author of a complex set of interactions, and enjoys blurring the roles of the individuals involved at all levels. In each echelon, Landon seeks to understand the human response to those interactions in regards to intellect, emotion, cognition, and physiology.

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I am an insatiably curious human. Given that, this list of writings will presumably continue to grow as time plods on. Most of this was written as part of coursework. If you have any thoughts on my thoughts, or have similar research interests, please reach out through the contact form that is linked to the bottom of this webpage. I’m also always open to the idea of co-authoring or presenting a paper at conferences.


Participation in Music: as Something Separate From Participatory Art

Towards a Remote Performance Practice

The Aesthetic of the Individual Unconscious

Behavior In Music: A Preliminary Definition and Exploration