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Sound and the ancient senses

Auteur : Shane Butler; Sarah Nooter
Éditeur: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Collection: Senses in antiquity.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Sound leaves no ruins and no residues, even though it is experienced constantly. It is ubiquitous but fleeting. Even silence has sound, even absence resonates. Sound and the Ancient Senses aims to hear the lost sounds of antiquity, from the sounds of the human body to those of the gods, from the bathhouse to the Forum, from the chirp of a cicada to the music of the spheres. Sound plays so great a role in shaping our  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: History
Format – détails additionnels: Online version:
Sound and the ancient senses.
Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018
(DLC) 2018026657
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Shane Butler; Sarah Nooter
ISBN: 9781138120389 1138120383 9781138481664 1138481661
Numéro OCLC: 1023050065
Description: x, 290 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contenu: Introduction : Sounding Hearing / Shane Butler and Sarah Nooter --
Part I. Ancient Soundscapes --
1. The Sound of the Sacred / Timothy Power --
2. Hearing Ancient Sounds Through Modern Ears / Armand D'Angour --
3. Sounding Out Public Space in Late Republican Rome / Erika Holter, Susanne Muth, and Sebastian Schwesinger --
4. Vocal Expression in Roman Mourning / Valerie Hope --
Part II. Theories of Sound --
5. Sound : An Aristotelian Perspective / Stephen Kidd --
6. Greek Acoustic Theory : Simple and complex sounds / Andrew Barker --
7. The Soundscape of Ancient Greek Healing / Colin Webster --
8. Lucretius on Sound / Pamela Zinn --
Part III. Philology and Sound --
9. Gods and Vowels / Joshua T. Katz --
10. The Song of the Sirens Between Sound and Sense / Silvia Montiglio --
11. Auditory Philology / Sean Gurd --
12. Sounds of the Stage / Sarah Nooter --
13. The Erogenous Ear / Pauline LeVen --
14. Principles of Sound Reading / Shane Butler.
Titre de collection: Senses in antiquity.
Responsabilité: edited by Shane Butler and Sarah Nooter.

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Sound leaves no ruins and no residues, even though it is experienced constantly. It is ubiquitous but fleeting. Even silence has sound, even absence resonates. Sound and the Ancient Senses aims to hear the lost sounds of antiquity, from the sounds of the human body to those of the gods, from the bathhouse to the Forum, from the chirp of a cicada to the music of the spheres. Sound plays so great a role in shaping our environments as to make it a sounding board for thinking about the self and its connection to others, as well as about space and ecology, emotions and experience, mortality and the divine, orality and textuality. From antiquity to the present day, poets and philosophers have strained to hear the ways that sounds structure our world and identities. This volume looks at theories and practices of hearing and producing sounds in ritual contexts, medicine, mourning, music, poetry, drama, erotics, philosophy, rhetoric, linguistics, vocality, and on the page, and shows how ancient ideas of sound still shape how and what we hear today. As the first comprehensive introduction to the soundscapes of antiquity, this volume makes a significant contribution to the burgeoning fields of sound and voice studies and is the final volume of the Senses in Antiquity series.

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