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Seller: the_nile_stores (59,946) 99.1%, Location: Ohio, Ships to: GB, Item: 283061152684 FREE SHIPPING UK WIDE The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art presents an overview of the issues, methods, and approaches crucial for the study of sound in artistic practice. Thirty-six essays cover a variety of interdisciplinary approaches to studying sounding art from the fields of musicology, cultural studies, sound design, auditory culture, art history, and philosophy. The companion website hosts sound examples and links to further resources.The collection is organized around six main themes:Sounding Art: The notion of sounding art, its relation to sound studies, and its evolution and possibilities.Acoustic Knowledge and Communication: How we approach, study, and analyze sound and the challenges of writing about sound.Listening and Memory: Listening from different perspectives, from the psychology of listening to embodied and technologically mediated listening.Acoustic Spaces, Identities and Communities: How humans arrange their sonic environments, how this relates to sonic identity, how music contributes to our environment, and the ethical and political implications of sound. Sonic Histories: How studying sounding art can contribute methodologically and epistemologically to historiography. Sound Technologies and Media: The impact of sonic technologies on contemporary culture, electroacoustic innovation, and how the way we make and access music has changed. With contributions from leading scholars and cutting-edge researchers, The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art is an essential resource for anyone studying the intersection of sound and art. FORMAT Hardcover LANGUAGE English CONDITION Brand New Author Biography Marcel Cobussen is Professor in Music Philosophy and Auditory Culture at Leiden University, the Netherlands, and the Orpheus Institute in Ghent, Belgium. He is co-founding editor of the open access online Journal of Sonic Studies. Vincent Meelberg is Senior Lecturer and researcher in the Department of Cultural Studies at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and at the Academy for Creative and Performing Arts in Leiden and The Hague. He is co-founding editor of the Journal of Sonic Studies.Barry Truax is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University, where he taught courses in acoustic communication and electroacoustic composition, specializing in soundscape composition. Table of Contents General Introduction (Marcel Cobussen, Vincent Meelberg, and Barry Truax)Part 1: Sounding ArtIntroduction (Marcel Cobussen)1. But Is It (Also) Music? (Leigh Landy)2. Defining Sound Art (Laura Maes and Marc Leman)3. Sound Leads Elsewhere (Douglas Kahn)4. Dams, Weirs, and Damn Weird Ears: Post-Ergonal Sound (Seth Kim-Cohen)5. Sound Words and Sonic Fictions: Writing the Ephemeral (Salome Voegelin)6. Field Recording Centered Composition Practices: Negotiating the "Out-there" with the "In-here" (John Levack Drever)7. Soundwalking, Sonification and Activism (Andrea Polli)Part 2: Acoustic Knowledge and CommunicationIntroduction (Marcel Cobussen)8. Why I Make Music with Natural Sounds (David Rothenberg)9. > Image > Memory > Sound > Text > (John Wynne)10. Institutionalized Sound (Frances Dyson)11. Sonification and Music, Music and Sonification (Paul Vickers)12. String Theory. Denis Diderots Philosophy of Sound and Everything (Veit Erlmann)13. Music to the Eyes: Intersensoriality, Culture, and the Arts (David Howes)Part 3: Listening and MemoryIntroduction (Barry Truax)14. That Passing Glance: Sounding Paths Between Memory and Familiarity (Katharine Norman)15. The Art and Science of Sensory Memory Walking (Helmi Jarviluoma)16. Postphenomenology: Sound Beyond Sound (Don Ihde)17. Auditory Capital, Media Publics and the Sounding Arts (Kate Lacey)18. Sonic Subjectivities (Ruth Herbert)19. Pieces of Music as Memory Capsules (Tiina Mannistoe-Funk)Part 4: Acoustic Spaces, Identities, and CommunitiesIntroduction (Vincent Meelberg)20. Acoustic Space, Community, and Virtual Soundscapes (Barry Truax)21. Towards an Art of Impregnation (Jean-Paul Thibaud)22. Restless Acoustics, Emergent Publics (Brandon LaBelle)23. Sounding Art Climate Change (Matthew Burtner)24. Unsettling Performances, Soundwalks and Loudspeakers: Gender in Electroacoustic Music and Other Sounding Arts (Hannah Bosma)25. Developing a Cognitive Heuristic Model of Sound Art (Linda-Ruth Salter and Barry A. Blesser)Part 5: Sonic HistoriesIntroduction (Vincent Meelberg)26. Whistling for the Hell of It (Hillel Schwartz)27. Shakespeare as Sound Artist (Bruce R. Smith)28. History, Archaeology, and De-anthropocentrism in Sound Art (Mandy-Suzanne Wong)29. Weimar Activism: Walter Benjamins Work for Radio (Erik Granly Jensen)30. Mapping Sounding Art: Affect, Place, Memory (Norie Neumark)Part 6: Sound Technologies and MediaIntroduction (Barry Truax)31. What Would Be a Digital Sound? (Aden Evens)32. Algorithms, Affect, and Aesthetic Listening (David Cecchetto)33. Performance with Technology: Extending the Instrument - From Prosthetic to Aesthetic (Simon Emmerson)34. Distributed Sounding Art - Practices in Distributing Sound (Franziska Schroeder and Pedro Rebelo)35. The Art of a New Technology: Early Synthesizer Sounds (Trevor Pinch)36. The Privatization of Sound Space (Mark Grimshaw) Review "This is a wonderfully compiled and innovative volume, drawing upon a stellar range of contributors to break necessary new ground in sounding art. By listening outward and not just inward, the authors explore the ways sound is woven into our daily practices, from the video games we play to a simple walk through the city. This volume speaks not just to sound practitioners but to anyone with an inquisitiveness as to the role the sonic plays in our lives."-Michael Bull, Professor of Sound Studies, University of Sussex "What is sound? Or the relationship between sound art and music? How does sound shape space and organize bodies? This valuable and wide-ranging compendium of essays by artists, composers, musicologists, philosophers, historians, and sound designers addresses all of these questions and more, examining the aesthetic, communicative, ethical, social, and political circulation of sound in our world. The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art richly contributes to the growing field of `sound studies and vastly expands its purview."-Christoph Cox, Professor of Philosophy, Hampshire College "This is the book Ive been waiting for, the book that breaks up the old-fashioned discussion of the differences and values of art, sound, music, and noise. Its international scope opens the mind to the vastness and importance of what we hear and how we listen, discovering new and surprising ways to become a conscious listener and sound thinker."-Christina Kubisch, composer and sound artist Details ISBN1138780618 Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd ISBN-10 1138780618 ISBN-13 9781138780613 Format Hardcover Imprint Routledge Place of Publication London Country of Publication United Kingdom Edited by Barry Truax Year 2016 Short Title ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO SOUNDIN Language English Media Book DEWEY 780.1 Illustrations illustrations Publication Date 2016-08-04 Affiliation Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands Pages 482 Series Routledge Music Companions Dimensions178mm x 254mm We've got this At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. With fast shipping, low prices, friendly service and well over a million items - you're bound to find what you want, at a price you'll love! 30 DAY RETURN POLICY No questions asked, 30 day returns! 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