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Brian Eno's Ambient 1: Music for airports / John T. Lysaker.

By: Lysaker, John T [aut].
Series: Oxford keynotes: Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Description: xiv, 165 pages 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780190497309; 0190497300.Subject(s): Eno, Brian, 1948- Music for airports | Ambient musikDDC classification: 786.7 LOC classification: ML410.E58 | L97 2019
Innehåll:
Introduction : White noise, seminal sounds -- A first listen, or Through a glass lightly -- Music for airports and the avant-garde : the activity of sounds -- Eno's journey from art school to the studio : becoming a non-musician -- Ambience -- Between hearing and listening : Music for airports as conceptual art -- Crossroads : an afterword
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : F1 Eno Libris-ID: 4fsr45w22hd412rsSummary: Brian Eno's seminal album "Ambient I: Music for Airports" continues to fascinate and charm audiences, not only as a masterpiece of ambient music, but as a powerful and transformative work of art. The author situates this album in the context of twentieth-century art music, where its ambitions and contributions to avant garde music practice become even more apparent.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Introduction : White noise, seminal sounds -- A first listen, or Through a glass lightly -- Music for airports and the avant-garde : the activity of sounds -- Eno's journey from art school to the studio : becoming a non-musician -- Ambience -- Between hearing and listening : Music for airports as conceptual art -- Crossroads : an afterword

Brian Eno's seminal album "Ambient I: Music for Airports" continues to fascinate and charm audiences, not only as a masterpiece of ambient music, but as a powerful and transformative work of art. The author situates this album in the context of twentieth-century art music, where its ambitions and contributions to avant garde music practice become even more apparent.

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