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Metaphonics the Field Works listener's guide / edited by Stuart Hyatt, Janneane Blevins and Benjamin Blevins.

Medverkande: Hyatt, Stuart [edt] | Blevins, Janneane [edt] | Blevins, Benjamin [edt]
Language: English Publisher: Heyningen : JAP SAM Books, 2018Beskrivning: 264 pagesInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9789492852021; 9492852020Ämne(n): Elektroakustisk musik | LjudmiljöGenre/Form: DDK-klassifikation: 780 LOC-klassifikation: M
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Foreword / Bernie Krause -- Walk Together / Peter Liversidge -- Introduction / Enrique Ramirez -- Field Recording Composition as Hierophony / Yiorgis Sakellariou -- Listening to the Anthropocene / Gustavo Valdivia -- Stuart Hyatt / Gustavo Valdivia -- Stone Kick / Peter Liversidge -- A Muse to Music / Cheryl Tipp -- Artistic and Scientific Explorations in Biophony / Leah Barclay -- Myna Birds / Peter Liversidge -- The Noise Made by People: Anthropophony, Cities, and Memory / Stuart Fowkes -- Anthropogenic Soundscapes / Sarah Laskow -- Finger Click / Peter Liversidge -- Cosmic Resonance: Sounding Outside, Listening Within / Budhaditya Chattopadhyay -- Turn the Cosmo / Peter Liversidge -- Annotated Track Listing: Notes, Photographs, and Field Recordings / Stuart Hyatt. The National Road ; Born in the Ear ; Pogue{u2019}s Run ; The Fair State ; Glen Rose Formation ; Initial Sounds -- Acknowledgements -- Clones / Peter Liversidge -- Colophon
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : A1 Libris-ID: dnx0hxg4bstf2tgnSummary: For Stuart Hyatt, the world itself is a recording studio where people, places, and things become the instruments. Hyatt has spent the last four years collecting these sounds and arranging them into uniquely site-responsive music. Working collaboratively under the name Field Works, musicians from around the world have contributed over 50 new compositions to this massive collection. In 'Metaphonics. The Field Works Listener's Guide', Hyatt contributes a complete track-by-track guide to the 7-album Field Works box set, addressing from many angles the interpretation of place through sound. Renowned naturalist Bernie Krause writes the book's foreword, establishing a taxonomy of the soundscapes explored in the book's essays: geophony (earth sounds), biophony (animal sounds), anthropophony (human sounds) and cosmophony (sounds from outer space).
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Foreword / Bernie Krause -- Walk Together / Peter Liversidge -- Introduction / Enrique Ramirez -- Field Recording Composition as Hierophony / Yiorgis Sakellariou -- Listening to the Anthropocene / Gustavo Valdivia -- Stuart Hyatt / Gustavo Valdivia -- Stone Kick / Peter Liversidge -- A Muse to Music / Cheryl Tipp -- Artistic and Scientific Explorations in Biophony / Leah Barclay -- Myna Birds / Peter Liversidge -- The Noise Made by People: Anthropophony, Cities, and Memory / Stuart Fowkes -- Anthropogenic Soundscapes / Sarah Laskow -- Finger Click / Peter Liversidge -- Cosmic Resonance: Sounding Outside, Listening Within / Budhaditya Chattopadhyay -- Turn the Cosmo / Peter Liversidge -- Annotated Track Listing: Notes, Photographs, and Field Recordings / Stuart Hyatt. The National Road ; Born in the Ear ; Pogue{u2019}s Run ; The Fair State ; Glen Rose Formation ; Initial Sounds -- Acknowledgements -- Clones / Peter Liversidge -- Colophon

For Stuart Hyatt, the world itself is a recording studio where people, places, and things become the instruments. Hyatt has spent the last four years collecting these sounds and arranging them into uniquely site-responsive music. Working collaboratively under the name Field Works, musicians from around the world have contributed over 50 new compositions to this massive collection. In 'Metaphonics. The Field Works Listener's Guide', Hyatt contributes a complete track-by-track guide to the 7-album Field Works box set, addressing from many angles the interpretation of place through sound. Renowned naturalist Bernie Krause writes the book's foreword, establishing a taxonomy of the soundscapes explored in the book's essays: geophony (earth sounds), biophony (animal sounds), anthropophony (human sounds) and cosmophony (sounds from outer space).

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