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Audio culture : readings in modern music / edited by Christoph Cox and Daniel Warner

Medverkande: Cox, Christoph, 1965- [edt] | Warner, Daniel, 1954- [edt]Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2017Utgåva: Revised editionBeskrivning: 646 pagesInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 978-1-5013-1836-8 (pbk. : alk. paper)Ämne(n): 1900-talet | 2000-talet | Musik -- Historia | Elektroakustisk musik | Elektronisk musik | Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Music -- 21st century -- History and criticismYtterligare fysiska format: Online version:: Audio cultureDDK-klassifikation: 780.9/04 LC-klassifikation: ML197 | .A85 2017
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Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part One: Theories. I. Music and Its Others: Noise, Sound, Silence, Introduction -- Jacques Attali: Noise and Politics -- Luigi Russolo: The Art of Noises: Futurist Manifesto -- Edgard Varese: The Liberation of Sound -- Henry Cowell: The Joys of Noise -- John Cage: The Future of Music: Credo -- R. Murray Schafer: The Music of the Environment -- Anne Carson: The Gender of Sound -- Drew Daniel: Queer Sound -- Kevin Quashie: The Quiet of Blackness: Miles Davis and John Coltrane -- II. Modes of Listening. Introduction -- Marshall McLuhan: Visual and Acoustic Space -- Pierre Schaeffer: Acousmatics -- Francisco Lopez: Profound Listening and Environmental Sound Matter -- Brian Eno: Ambient Music -- Pauline Oliveros: Auralizing the Sonosphere -- Maryanne Amacher: Perceptual Geography: Third Ear Music and Structure Borne Sound -- Evelyn Glennie: Hearing Essay -- Iain Chambers: The Aural Walk -- Annahid Kassabian: Ubiquitous Listening -- Lawrence Abu Hamdan: Forensic Listening -- Ultra-red: Organizing the Silence -- III. Music in the Age of Electronic Reproduction. Introduction -- Glenn Gould: The Prospects of Recording -- Brian Eno: The Studio as Compositional Tool -- John Oswald: Bettered by the Borrower: The Ethics of Musical Debt -- Chris Cutler: Plunderphonia -- Kodwo Eshun: Operating System for the Redesign of Sonic Reality -- Kenneth Goldsmith: Six File-Sharing Epiphanies -- Tara Rodgers: Cultivating Activist Lives in Sound"Part Two: Practices -- IV. The Open Work. Introduction -- Umberto Eco: Poetics of the Open Work -- John Cage: Composition as Process: Indeterminacy -- Christoph Cox: Every Sound You Can Imagine: On Graphic Scores -- Earle Brown: Transformations and Developments of a Radical Aesthetic -- John Zorn: The Game Pieces -- Anthony Braxton: Introduction to Catalog of Works -- Lawrence "Butch" Morris: Notes on Conduction -- V. Experimental Musics. Introduction -- Michael Nyman: Towards (a Definition of) Experimental Music -- John Cage: Introduction to Themes & Variations -- Brian Eno: Generating and Organizing Variety in the Arts -- Cornelius Cardew, Scratch Music Draft Constitution -- David Toop: The Generation Game: Experimental Music and Digital Culture -- Jennifer Walshe on "The New Discipline -- Yan Jun: Re-Invent: Experimental Music in China -- VI. Improvised Musics. Introduction -- Ornette Coleman: Change of the Century -- Wadada Leo Smith: Notes (8 Pieces): Creative Music -- Derek Bailey: Free Improvisation -- Frederic Rzewski: Little Bangs: A Nihilist Theory of Improvisation -- George E. Lewis: Improvised Music After 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives -- Vijay Iyer: Improvisation: Terms and Conditions -- Mattin: Going Fragile -- Trio Sowari et al.: 27 Questions For a Start ... And Some Answers to Begin With -- VII. MinimalismsIntroduction -- Kyle Gann: Thankless Attempts at a Definition of Minimalism -- Wim Mertens: Basic Concepts of Minimal Music -- Steve Reich: Music as a Gradual Process -- La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela: Conversation with Richard Kostelanetz -- Tony Conrad: LYssophobia: On Four Violins -- Susan McClary: Rap, Minimalism and Structures of Time in Late Twentieth-Century Culture -- Philip Sherburne: Draw a Straight Line and Follow It: Minimalism in Contemporary Electronic Dance Music -- VIII. DJ Culture. Introduction -- Laszlo Moholy-Nagy: Production-Reproduction: Potentialities of the Phonograph -- Situationist International: Detournement as Negation and Prelude -- William S. Burroughs: The Invisible Generation -- Paul D. Miller: Algorithms: Erasures and the Art of Memory -- David Toop: Replicant: On Dub -- Simon Reynolds: Post-Rock -- Marina Rosenfeld: A Few Notes on Production and Playback -- IX. Electronic Music and Electronica. Introduction -- Jacques Barzun: Introductory Remarks to a Program of Works Produced at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center -- Karlheinz Stockhausen: Electronic and Instrumental Music -- Karlheinz Stockhausen et al.: Stockhausen vs. the Technocrats -- Eliane Radigue: The Mysterious Power of the Infinitesimal -- Kim Cascone: The Aesthetics of Failure: `Post-Digital' Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music -- Holly Herndon: Laptop Intimacy and Platform Politics -- Bibliography -- Chronology -- Discography -- Glossary -- Index of Quotations -- Index
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Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part One: Theories. I. Music and Its Others: Noise, Sound, Silence, Introduction -- Jacques Attali: Noise and Politics -- Luigi Russolo: The Art of Noises: Futurist Manifesto -- Edgard Varese: The Liberation of Sound -- Henry Cowell: The Joys of Noise -- John Cage: The Future of Music: Credo -- R. Murray Schafer: The Music of the Environment -- Anne Carson: The Gender of Sound -- Drew Daniel: Queer Sound -- Kevin Quashie: The Quiet of Blackness: Miles Davis and John Coltrane -- II. Modes of Listening. Introduction -- Marshall McLuhan: Visual and Acoustic Space -- Pierre Schaeffer: Acousmatics -- Francisco Lopez: Profound Listening and Environmental Sound Matter -- Brian Eno: Ambient Music -- Pauline Oliveros: Auralizing the Sonosphere -- Maryanne Amacher: Perceptual Geography: Third Ear Music and Structure Borne Sound -- Evelyn Glennie: Hearing Essay -- Iain Chambers: The Aural Walk -- Annahid Kassabian: Ubiquitous Listening -- Lawrence Abu Hamdan: Forensic Listening -- Ultra-red: Organizing the Silence -- III. Music in the Age of Electronic Reproduction. Introduction -- Glenn Gould: The Prospects of Recording -- Brian Eno: The Studio as Compositional Tool -- John Oswald: Bettered by the Borrower: The Ethics of Musical Debt -- Chris Cutler: Plunderphonia -- Kodwo Eshun: Operating System for the Redesign of Sonic Reality -- Kenneth Goldsmith: Six File-Sharing Epiphanies -- Tara Rodgers: Cultivating Activist Lives in Sound"Part Two: Practices -- IV. The Open Work. Introduction -- Umberto Eco: Poetics of the Open Work -- John Cage: Composition as Process: Indeterminacy -- Christoph Cox: Every Sound You Can Imagine: On Graphic Scores -- Earle Brown: Transformations and Developments of a Radical Aesthetic -- John Zorn: The Game Pieces -- Anthony Braxton: Introduction to Catalog of Works -- Lawrence "Butch" Morris: Notes on Conduction -- V. Experimental Musics. Introduction -- Michael Nyman: Towards (a Definition of) Experimental Music -- John Cage: Introduction to Themes & Variations -- Brian Eno: Generating and Organizing Variety in the Arts -- Cornelius Cardew, Scratch Music Draft Constitution -- David Toop: The Generation Game: Experimental Music and Digital Culture -- Jennifer Walshe on "The New Discipline -- Yan Jun: Re-Invent: Experimental Music in China -- VI. Improvised Musics. Introduction -- Ornette Coleman: Change of the Century -- Wadada Leo Smith: Notes (8 Pieces): Creative Music -- Derek Bailey: Free Improvisation -- Frederic Rzewski: Little Bangs: A Nihilist Theory of Improvisation -- George E. Lewis: Improvised Music After 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives -- Vijay Iyer: Improvisation: Terms and Conditions -- Mattin: Going Fragile -- Trio Sowari et al.: 27 Questions For a Start ... And Some Answers to Begin With -- VII. MinimalismsIntroduction -- Kyle Gann: Thankless Attempts at a Definition of Minimalism -- Wim Mertens: Basic Concepts of Minimal Music -- Steve Reich: Music as a Gradual Process -- La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela: Conversation with Richard Kostelanetz -- Tony Conrad: LYssophobia: On Four Violins -- Susan McClary: Rap, Minimalism and Structures of Time in Late Twentieth-Century Culture -- Philip Sherburne: Draw a Straight Line and Follow It: Minimalism in Contemporary Electronic Dance Music -- VIII. DJ Culture. Introduction -- Laszlo Moholy-Nagy: Production-Reproduction: Potentialities of the Phonograph -- Situationist International: Detournement as Negation and Prelude -- William S. Burroughs: The Invisible Generation -- Paul D. Miller: Algorithms: Erasures and the Art of Memory -- David Toop: Replicant: On Dub -- Simon Reynolds: Post-Rock -- Marina Rosenfeld: A Few Notes on Production and Playback -- IX. Electronic Music and Electronica. Introduction -- Jacques Barzun: Introductory Remarks to a Program of Works Produced at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center -- Karlheinz Stockhausen: Electronic and Instrumental Music -- Karlheinz Stockhausen et al.: Stockhausen vs. the Technocrats -- Eliane Radigue: The Mysterious Power of the Infinitesimal -- Kim Cascone: The Aesthetics of Failure: `Post-Digital' Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music -- Holly Herndon: Laptop Intimacy and Platform Politics -- Bibliography -- Chronology -- Discography -- Glossary -- Index of Quotations -- Index

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