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Phantom limbs : on musical bodies

Author: Peter Szendy; Will Bishop
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Music invents, constructs, and makes bodies. These are not only technical bodies-those prostheses and artefacts that instruments of music are-but also bodies living a strange life, bodies as strange as a hand with more than five fingers, feet that breathe like lungs, or long-distance touching without contact. In this book, organology, that self-respecting discipline that inventories sound-producing bodies, is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2015023328
(OCoLC)919001400
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Szendy; Will Bishop
ISBN: 9780823267095 0823267091 9780823267088 0823267083
OCLC Number: 922451535
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Contents; Training; Chapter 1 Interpreting Bodies; Chapter 2 Effictions; Chapter 3 Organologics (1): The Erasure of Bodies; Chapter 4 Touch-ups, or The Return of Bodies; Chapter 5 Idiotisms, or The Dialect of Bodies; Chapter 6 Monk, a Legend; Chapter 7 Traces of Fingers; Chapter 8 Digital Rhetoric; Chapter 9 Ablations and Grafts (Too Many Fingers); Chapter 10 Romantic Fingers (System of Touch); Chapter 11 Feet; Chapter 12 Joyful Tropiques (Evolution, Revolutions); Chapter 13 Two Dispatches (One Fictive and the Other Dreamed Up); Chapter 14 Organologics (2): Autophony. Chapter 15 Genesis (1): Ocular Harpsichord, Organ of FlavorsChapter 16 Telepathy; Chapter 17 Scruples (Clones and Stand-ins); Chapter 18 Conducting (Seen from the Back); Chapter 19 Genesis (2): Fantasia, or "Plasmaticity"; Chapter 20 Touching from Afar; Chapter 21 Organologics (3): Areality; Chapter 22 Bodies Electric; Chapter 23 Mass Formations; P.S.; Notes.
Other Titles: Membres fantômes des corps musiciens.
Responsibility: Peter Szendy ; translated by Will Bishop.

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