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Audio Culture, Revised Edition : Readings in Modern Music.

Author: Christoph Cox
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christoph Cox
ISBN: 9781501318368 1501318365
OCLC Number: 1008901826
Description: 664 pages
Contents: AcknowledgmentsIntroduction Part One: Theories I. Music and Its Others: Noise, Sound, SilenceIntroduction1. Jacques Attali, "Noise and Politics"2. Luigi Russolo, "The Art of Noises: Futurist Manifesto"3. Edgard Varese, "The Liberation of Sound"4. Henry Cowell, "The Joys of Noise"5. John Cage, "The Future of Music: Credo"6. R. Murray Schafer, "The Music of the Environment"7. Anne Carson, "The Gender of Sound"8. Drew Daniel, "Queer Sound"9. Kevin Quashie, "The Quiet of Blackness: Miles Davis and John Coltrane"II. Modes of ListeningIntroduction10. Marshall McLuhan, "Visual and Acoustic Space"11. Pierre Schaeffer, "Acousmatics"12. Francisco Lopez, "Profound Listening and Environmental Sound Matter"13. Brian Eno, "Ambient Music"14. Pauline Oliveros, "Auralizing the Sonosphere"15. Maryanne Amacher, "Perceptual Geography: Third Ear Music and Structure Borne Sound"16. Evelyn Glennie, "Hearing Essay"17. Iain Chambers, "The Aural Walk"18. Annahid Kassabian, "Ubiquitous Listening"19. Lawrence Abu Hamdan, "Forensic Listening"20. Ultra-red, "Organizing the Silence"III. Music in the Age of Electronic ReproductionIntroduction21. Glenn Gould, "The Prospects of Recording"22. Brian Eno, "The Studio as Compositional Tool"23. John Oswald, "Bettered by the Borrower: The Ethics of Musical Debt"24. Chris Cutler, "Plunderphonia"25. Kodwo Eshun, "Operating System for the Redesign of Sonic Reality"26. Kenneth Goldsmith, "Six File-Sharing Epiphanies"27. Tara Rodgers, "Cultivating Activist Lives in Sound"Part Two: Practices IV. The Open WorkIntroduction28. Umberto Eco, "Poetics of the Open Work"29. John Cage, "Composition as Process: Indeterminacy"30. Christoph Cox, "Every Sound You Can Imagine: On Graphic Scores"31. Earle Brown, "Transformations and Developments of a Radical Aesthetic"32. John Zorn, "The Game Pieces"33. Anthony Braxton, "Introduction to Catalog of Works"34. Lawrence "Butch" Morris, "Notes on Conduction" V. Experimental MusicsIntroduction35. Michael Nyman, "Towards (a Definition of) Experimental Music"36. John Cage, "Introduction to Themes & Variations"37. Brian Eno, "Generating and Organizing Variety in the Arts"38. Cornelius Cardew, Scratch Music Draft Constitution39. David Toop, "The Generation Game: Experimental Music and Digital Culture"40. Jennifer Walshe on "The New Discipline"41. Yan Jun, "Re-Invent: Experimental Music in China" VI. Improvised MusicsIntroduction42. Ornette Coleman, "Change of the Century"43. Wadada Leo Smith, "Notes (8 Pieces): Creative Music"44. Derek Bailey, "Free Improvisation"45. Frederic Rzewski, "Little Bangs: A Nihilist Theory of Improvisation"46. George E. Lewis, "Improvised Music After 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives"47. Vijay Iyer, "Improvisation: Terms and Conditions"48. Mattin, "Going Fragile"49. Trio Sowari et al., "27 Questions For a Start ... And Some Answers to Begin With"VII. MinimalismsIntroduction50. Kyle Gann, "Thankless Attempts at a Definition of Minimalism"51. Wim Mertens, "Basic Concepts of Minimal Music"52. Steve Reich, "Music as a Gradual Process"53. La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, "Conversation with Richard Kostelanetz"54. Tony Conrad, "LYssophobia: On Four Violins"55. Susan McClary, "Rap, Minimalism and Structures of Time in Late Twentieth-Century Culture"56. Philip Sherburne, "Draw a Straight Line and Follow It: Minimalism in Contemporary Electronic Dance Music"VIII. DJ Culture Introduction57. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, "Production-Reproduction: Potentialities of the Phonograph"58. Situationist International, "Detournement as Negation and Prelude"59. William S. Burroughs, "The Invisible Generation"60. Paul D. Miller, "Algorithms: Erasures and the Art of Memory"61. David Toop, "Replicant: On Dub"62. Simon Reynolds, "Post-Rock"63. Marina Rosenfeld, "A Few Notes on Production and Playback"IX. Electronic Music and ElectronicaIntroduction64. Jacques Barzun, "Introductory Remarks to a Program of Works Produced at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center"65. Karlheinz Stockhausen, "Electronic and Instrumental Music"66. Karlheinz Stockhausen et al., "Stockhausen vs. the Technocrats"67. Eliane Radigue, "The Mysterious Power of the Infinitesimal"68. Kim Cascone, "The Aesthetics of Failure: 'Post-Digital' Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music"69. Holly Herndon, "Laptop Intimacy and Platform Politics"BibliographyChronologyDiscographyGlossaryIndex of QuotationsIndex


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