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  1. Amplifications
    poetic migration, auditory memory
    Published: [2019]
    Publisher:  Bloomsbury Academic, New York, NY ; London

    "A personal narrative to sound written by one of the top figures in sound studies and that outlines a new way of thinking about migratory poetics"-- more

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    ISBN: 9781501344480; 9781501344473
    Subjects: Ästhetik; Literatur; Künste; Geräusch; Kultur; Klang; Philosophie
    Other subjects: Sound in literature; Poetics; Sound in art; Sound (Philosophy)
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  2. Acoustic entanglements
    sound and aesthetic practice
    Published: [2017]; © 2017
    Publisher:  Universitätsverlag Winter, Heidelberg

    Combining a cultural history of sound with media and literary studies, 'Acoustic Entanglements' presents a new perspective on the entangled affiliations of transnational mobility, diasporic cultural memory, embodied performance, and the material... more

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    Combining a cultural history of sound with media and literary studies, 'Acoustic Entanglements' presents a new perspective on the entangled affiliations of transnational mobility, diasporic cultural memory, embodied performance, and the material practices of aesthetic acts. Starting by reassessing Emily Dickinson's poetry as participating in an emergent phonographic logic, this book proposes that sound in modernity assumes the capacity to cross time and space, 'entangling' past and present, living and dead, periphery and alleged center. From this vantage point, the study examines Lillian Allen's dub poetry as an ethical demand for economic justice made via sound, Janet Cardiff's audio walks as renegotiating the cultural place of Europe for a North American imaginary, and Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore's performances as voicing indigenous resilience in the present. Focusing on Canada and the US, the book brings together the fields of sound studies and transnational American studies -- Provided by the publisher Introduction: sound that moves -- Spirited media, aural excesses: Emily Dickinson and the phonograph -- (Re)mixing histories: Lillian Allen and the roues of dub poetry -- Subjects of hearing, subject to history: the sound works of Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller -- Disciplining hearing -- Stratified sound: Rebecca Belmore and William Forsythe

     

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    Source: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
    Language: English
    Media type: Book
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    ISBN: 3825366774; 9783825366773
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    RVK Categories: AP 14900 ; HQ 4053 ; HQ 7053 ; HT 1769 ; HT 4955 ; HU 1769 ; EC 2440 ; HR 1520
    Series: American studies. A monograph series ; 278
    Subjects: Sound in literature; American literature; Canadian literature
    Scope: 180 Seiten, Illustrationen, 21,5 cm x 13.5 cm
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    Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 159-174 und Index

  3. Amplifications
    poetic migration, auditory memory
    Published: 2019
    Publisher:  Bloomsbury Academic, New York, NY

    "Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of... more

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    "Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of history, creative practice, and sound studies, recounting this narrative through a series of themes (rattles, echoes, recordings, etc.). Carter offers a unique perspective on migratory poetics, bringing together his own compositions and life's works while using his personal narrative to frame larger theoretical questions about sound and migration"--Bloomsbury Publishing Prolude -- 1. Charms -- 2. Returns -- 3. Rattles -- 4. Sirens -- 5. Echoes -- 6. Recordings -- 7. Voices -- 8. Callings -- Collect.

     

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    ISBN: 9781501344510; 9781501344497; 9781501344503
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    Subjects: Sound in literature; Poetics
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  4. Amplifications
    poetic migration, auditory memory
    Published: 2019
    Publisher:  Bloomsbury Academic, New York, NY

    "Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of... more

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    "Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of history, creative practice, and sound studies, recounting this narrative through a series of themes (rattles, echoes, recordings, etc.). Carter offers a unique perspective on migratory poetics, bringing together his own compositions and life's works while using his personal narrative to frame larger theoretical questions about sound and migration"--Bloomsbury Publishing Prolude -- 1. Charms -- 2. Returns -- 3. Rattles -- 4. Sirens -- 5. Echoes -- 6. Recordings -- 7. Voices -- 8. Callings -- Collect.

     

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    Subjects: Sound in literature; Poetics
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  5. Sounding Islam
    voice, media, and sonic atmospheres in an Indian Ocean world
    Published: [2018]; © 2018
    Publisher:  University of California Press, Oakland, California

    "Sounding Islam investigates the sonic dimensions of religion, combining perspectives from the anthropology of media, the anthropology of semiotic mediation, and sound studies. Based on long-term ethnographic research on devotional Islam in... more

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    "Sounding Islam investigates the sonic dimensions of religion, combining perspectives from the anthropology of media, the anthropology of semiotic mediation, and sound studies. Based on long-term ethnographic research on devotional Islam in Mauritius, Patrick Eisenlohr explores how the voice, as a site of divine manifestation, becomes refracted in media practices that have become integral parts of religion. At the core of Eisenlohr's concern is the interplay of voice, media, affect, and listeners' experience, especially within the context of Mauritian Islamic practices. The work is a contribution to the anthropological study of sound, media, and religious experience and a rich study of Mauritius, diasporic South Asian communities, and global Islam."--Provided by publisher

     

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    Language: English
    Media type: Book
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    ISBN: 9780520298712; 0520298713
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    RVK Categories: LC 29594 ; LC 87594 ; LS 34000
    Subjects: Voice; Sound; Islamic poetry; Islam; Islam; Islamic poetry; Sound; Voice
    Scope: xi, 174 Seiten, Illustrationen, 23 cm
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

    : Sounding Islam

    : Devotional Islam and sound reproduction

    : Aspirations in transnational religious networks

    : The materiality of media and the vanishing medium

    : The work of transduction: Voice as atmosphere

    : Sound as affect? Encorporation and movement in vocal performance

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  6. Sounding Islam
    voice, media, and sonic atmospheres in an Indian Ocean world
    Published: [2018]; © 2018
    Publisher:  University of California Press, Oakland, California

    "Sounding Islam investigates the sonic dimensions of religion, combining perspectives from the anthropology of media, the anthropology of semiotic mediation, and sound studies. Based on long-term ethnographic research on devotional Islam in... more

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    Subjects: Voice; Sound; Islamic poetry; Islam; Islam; Islamic poetry; Sound; Voice
    Scope: xi, 174 Seiten, Illustrationen, 23 cm
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

    : Sounding Islam

    : Devotional Islam and sound reproduction

    : Aspirations in transnational religious networks

    : The materiality of media and the vanishing medium

    : The work of transduction: Voice as atmosphere

    : Sound as affect? Encorporation and movement in vocal performance

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  7. From music to sound
    the emergence of sound in 20th- and 21st-century music
    Published: 2020
    Publisher:  Routledge, New York

    On timbre -- On noise -- Listenting (sounds) -- Immersion in sound -- Composing sound -- Sound-space. "From Music to Sound is an examination of the six musical histories whose convergence produces the emergence of sound, offering a plural, original... more

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    On timbre -- On noise -- Listenting (sounds) -- Immersion in sound -- Composing sound -- Sound-space. "From Music to Sound is an examination of the six musical histories whose convergence produces the emergence of sound, offering a plural, original history of new music. Both well-known and lesser-known works and composers are anaylsed in detail, from Debussy to contemporary music in the early 21st century; from rock to electronica; from the sound objects of the earliest musique concrète to current electroacoustic music; from the Poème électronique of Le Corbusier-Varèse-Xenakis to the most recent inter-arts attempts. Covering theory, analysis and aesthetics, this book will be of great interest to scholars, professionals and students of Music, Musicology, Sound Studies and Sonic Arts"--

     

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    ISBN: 9780367192136
    RVK Categories: LR 56807 ; LR 56660
    Series: Routledge research in music
    Subjects: Music; Music; Sound (Philosophy); Noise (Philosophy); Listening (Philosophy); Tone color (Music)
    Scope: XI, 282 Seiten, Illustrationen, Notenbeispiele
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

  8. Was sind Sounds?
    Eine Ontologie des Klangs
    Published: [2019]; © 2019
    Publisher:  transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld

    A fundamental work for sound studies and musicology on the ontology and individuality of sounds Was sichtbare oder tastbare Dinge sind, weiß jede_r. Was aber sind hörbare Dinge? Die Klangquelle, die Luftschwingung oder die Klänge selber? Und welche... more

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    A fundamental work for sound studies and musicology on the ontology and individuality of sounds Was sichtbare oder tastbare Dinge sind, weiß jede_r. Was aber sind hörbare Dinge? Die Klangquelle, die Luftschwingung oder die Klänge selber? Und welche Eigenschaften haben diese Dinge? In diesem Grundlagenwerk für Sound Studies und Musikwissenschaft, für das Kartographieren von Geräuschen sowie für Klangfetischisten, entwickelt Rainer Bayreuther in einer klaren ontologischen Systematik die Individualität sowie die Eigenschaften von Klängen. Die philosophische Arbeit wird anhand zahlreicher Fallbeispiele veranschaulicht

     

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    Language: German
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    ISBN: 9783839447079
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    Series: Musik und Klangkultur ; 36
    Subjects: Aesthetics; Fundamental Work; Geräusch; Grundlagenwerk; Music; Musicology; Musik; Musikwissenschaft; Noise; Ontologie; Ontology; Sound Studies; Ästhetik; MUSIC / History & Criticism
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  9. Was sind Sounds?
    Eine Ontologie des Klangs
    Published: [2019]; © 2019
    Publisher:  transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld

    A fundamental work for sound studies and musicology on the ontology and individuality of sounds Was sichtbare oder tastbare Dinge sind, weiß jede_r. Was aber sind hörbare Dinge? Die Klangquelle, die Luftschwingung oder die Klänge selber? Und welche... more

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    A fundamental work for sound studies and musicology on the ontology and individuality of sounds Was sichtbare oder tastbare Dinge sind, weiß jede_r. Was aber sind hörbare Dinge? Die Klangquelle, die Luftschwingung oder die Klänge selber? Und welche Eigenschaften haben diese Dinge? In diesem Grundlagenwerk für Sound Studies und Musikwissenschaft, für das Kartographieren von Geräuschen sowie für Klangfetischisten, entwickelt Rainer Bayreuther in einer klaren ontologischen Systematik die Individualität sowie die Eigenschaften von Klängen. Die philosophische Arbeit wird anhand zahlreicher Fallbeispiele veranschaulicht

     

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    Series: Musik und Klangkultur ; 36
    Subjects: Aesthetics; Fundamental Work; Geräusch; Grundlagenwerk; Music; Musicology; Musik; Musikwissenschaft; Noise; Ontologie; Ontology; Sound Studies; Ästhetik; MUSIC / History & Criticism
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  10. Dhvani sampradāya aura usake siddhānta
    Published: saṃ. 2013-
    Publisher:  Nāgarīpracāriṇī Sabhā, Kāśī

    Study of the concept of sound in Sanskrit poetics more

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    Study of the concept of sound in Sanskrit poetics

     

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    Media type: Dissertation
    Edition: Prathama saṃskaraṇa
    Series: Sūryakumārī Pustakamālā ; ...
    Subjects: Sanskrit poetry; Dhvani (Poetics); Poetics
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    Zusatz auf dem Haupttitel des ersten Bandes: "Rājapūtānā Viśvavidyālaya kī Pī.-Eca. Ḍī upādhi ke lie svīkr̥ta."

    Erscheinungsjahr der Vorlage nach dem indischen Vikrama-Kalender: saṃ. 2013 = 1956 n.Chr.

    Dissertation, Rajputana University,

  11. The sound of poetry, the poetry of sound
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    Published: 2009
    Publisher:  University of Chicago Press, Chicago

    Sound-one of the central elements of poetry-finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental... more

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    Sound-one of the central elements of poetry-finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental connections between poetry and sound-connections that go far beyond traditional metrical studies.Ranging from medieval Latin lyrics to a cyborg opera, sixteenth-century France to twentieth-century Brazil, romantic ballads to the contemporary avant-garde, the contributors to The Sound of Poetry/The Poetry of Sound explore such subjects as the translatabili

     

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    Contributor: Perloff, Marjorie; Dworkin, Craig Douglas
    Language: English
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    ISBN: 0226657426; 0226657434; 9780226657424; 9780226657431
    Subjects: Poetry; Sound poetry
    Scope: Online-Ressource (344 p)
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    Contents ; Introduction: The Sound of Poetry / The Poetry of Sound (Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin) ; Prelude: Poetry and Orality (Jacques Roubaud; Translated by Jean-Jacques Poucel) ; Part I: Translating Sound ; Rhyme and Freedom (Susan Stewart) ; In the Beginning Was Translation (Leevi Lehto) ; Chinese Whispers (Yunte Huang) ; Translating the Sound in Poetry: Six Propositions (Rosmarie Waldrop) ; Ensemble discords": Translating the Music of Maurice Scève's Délie (Richard Sieburth); The Poetry of Prose, the Unyielding of Sound (Gordana P. Crnkovic); Part II: Performing Sound

    Sound Poetry and the Musical Avant-Garde: A Musicologist's Perspective (Nancy Perloff) Cacophony, Abstraction, and Potentiality: The Fate of Dada Sound Poem (Steve McCaffery) ; When Cyborgs Versify (Christian Bök); Hearing Voices (Charles Bernstein) ; Impossible Reversibilities: Jackson Mac Low (Hélène Aji); The Stutter of Form (Craig Dworkin); The Art of Being Nonsynchronous (Yoko Tawada; Translated by Susan Bernofsky); Part III: Souding the Visual ; Writing Articulation of Sound Forms in Time (Susan Howe) ; Jean Cocteau's Radio Poetry (Rubén Gallo)

    Sound as Subject: Augusto de Campos's Poetamenos / Antonio Sergio Bessa)Not Sound (Johanna Drucker) ; The Sound Shape of the Visual: Toward a Phenomenology of an Interface (Ming-Qian Ma) ; Visual Experiment and Oral Performance (Brian M. Reed) ; Postlude: I Love Speech (Kenneth Goldsmith) ; Notes ; List of Contributors ; Index

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    Sound--one of the central elements of poetry--finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental... more

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    Sound--one of the central elements of poetry--finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental connections between poetry and sound--connections that go far beyond traditional metrical studies. Ranging from medieval Latin lyrics to a cyborg opera, sixteenth-century France to twentieth-century Brazil, romantic ballads to the contemporary avant-garde, the contributors to The Sound of Poetry/The Poetry of Sound explore such subjects as the translatabil

     

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    Contributor: Perloff, Marjorie; Dworkin, Craig Douglas
    Language: English
    Media type: Ebook
    Format: Online
    ISBN: 9780226657448; 0226657442
    Subjects: Sound poetry
    Scope: Online Ressource (344 p.), ill.
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  13. The sound of poetry, the poetry of sound
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    Sound--one of the central elements of poetry--finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental... more

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    Sound--one of the central elements of poetry--finds itself all but ignored in the current discourse on lyric forms. The essays collected here by Marjorie Perloff and Craig Dworkin break that critical silence to readdress some of the fundamental connections between poetry and sound--connections that go far beyond traditional metrical studies. Ranging from medieval Latin lyrics to a cyborg opera, sixteenth-century France to twentieth-century Brazil, romantic ballads to the contemporary avant-garde, the contributors to The Sound of Poetry/The Poetry of Sound explore such subjects as the translatabil.

     

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    Contributor: Perloff, Marjorie; Dworkin, Craig Douglas
    Language: English
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    ISBN: 9780226657448; 0226657442; 1282426796; 9781282426795
    RVK Categories: HN 1191
    Subjects: Lyrik; Klang
    Scope: 1 Online-Ressource (344 pages), Illustrations
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    Includes bibliographical references and index

  14. Chitram
    Published: 2006
    Publisher:  Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi

    Critical study of Sanskrit visual and sound poetry more

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    Language: English; Sanskrit
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    ISBN: 818611131X
    Series: Golden jubilee of India's independence series ; 44
    Subjects: Visual poetry, Sanskrit; Sanskrit poetry
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  15. Eco-sonic media
    Published: [2015]
    Publisher:  University of California Press, Oakland, California

    Green discs -- Birdland melodies -- Subterranean signals -- Radio's dark ecology -- The run-out groove "The negative environmental effects of media culture are not often acknowledged: the fuel required to keep huge server farms in operation,... more

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    Green discs -- Birdland melodies -- Subterranean signals -- Radio's dark ecology -- The run-out groove "The negative environmental effects of media culture are not often acknowledged: the fuel required to keep huge server farms in operation, landfills full of high tech junk, and the extraction of rare minerals for devices reliant on them are just some of the hidden costs of the contemporary mediascape. Eco-Sonic Media brings an ecological critique to the history of sound media technologies in order to amplify the environmental undertones in sound studies and turn up the audio in discussions of greening the media. By looking at early and neglected forms of sound technology, Jacob Smith seeks to create a revisionist, ecologically aware history of sound media. Delving into the history of pre-electronic media like hand-cranked gramophones, comparatively eco-friendly media artifacts such as the shellac discs that preceded the use of petroleum-based vinyl, early forms of portable technology like divining rods, and even the use of songbirds as domestic music machines, Smith builds a scaffolding of historical case studies to demonstrate how 'green media archaeology' can make sound studies vibrate at an ecological frequency while opening the ears of eco-criticism. Throughout this eye-opening and timely book he makes readers more aware of the costs and consequences of their personal media consumption by prompting comparisons with non-digital, non-electronic technologies and by offering different ways in which sound media can become eco-sonic media. In the process, he forges interdisciplinary connections, opens new avenues of research, and poses fresh theoretical questions for scholars and students of media, sound studies, and contemporary environmental history"--Provided by publisher

     

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    Subjects: Sound recordings; Sound; Audio equipment industry; Sound; Sound in mass media
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  16. Sound and Modernity in the Literature of London, 1880-1918
    Published: 2017
    Publisher:  Palgrave Macmillan, London

    This book explores the literary representation of late Victorian and early Edwardian London from an auditory perspective, arguing that readers should ‘listen’ to impressions of the city, as described by writers such as Conrad, Doyle, Ford and... more

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    This book explores the literary representation of late Victorian and early Edwardian London from an auditory perspective, arguing that readers should ‘listen’ to impressions of the city, as described by writers such as Conrad, Doyle, Ford and Gissing. It was in this period that London began to ‘sound modern’ and, through a closer hearing of its literature, writers’ wider responses to modernity are revealed. The book is structured into familiar modernist themes, revisiting time and space, social progress and popular culture through an exploration of the sound impressions of some key works. Each chapter is contextualized by these themes, revealing how the sound of the news, social protest, music hall and suburbanization impacted on writers’ literary imaginations. Suitable for students of modernist literature and specialists in sound studies, this book will also appeal to readers with a wider interest in London’s history and popular culture between 1880-1918 Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Sound and Time: Waiting for the sound: noise, time, and the news -- 2. Sound and Social Progress: Speakers, listeners, and the power of the platform -- 3. Sound and Popular Culture: 'Can't it be stopped?': London and the popular tone -- 4. Sound and Space: Silence, the suburbs, and life 'beyond the City' -- Conclusion -- Works Cited.-

     

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  17. Gender and Religion
    Published: [2018]

    Despite the burgeoning of gender and religion studies over the last few decades, very few works address questions of sound and hearing. Yet acoustic and auditory practices and perceptions can be closely linked to patterns of gender differentiation.... more

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    Despite the burgeoning of gender and religion studies over the last few decades, very few works address questions of sound and hearing. Yet acoustic and auditory practices and perceptions can be closely linked to patterns of gender differentiation. Drawing on recent research in sound studies, with a focus on voice and vocalization, the article discusses what challenges and enhancements a sonically aware approach might afford.

     

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    Parent title: Enthalten in: Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions; Leeds : British Association for the Study of Religions, 2016; 19(2017), Seite 75-82; Online-Ressource
    Subjects: Religionswissenschaft; Geschlechterforschung; Stimme; Vokalisierung;
  18. The sonic persona
    an anthropology of sound
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    Publisher:  Bloomsbury Academic, New York

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    "Holger Schulze undertakes a critical study of some of the most influential studies in sound since the 19th century in the natural sciences, the engineering sciences, and in media theory, confronting them with contemporary artistic practices, with experimental critique, and with disturbing sonic experiences. From Hermann von Helmholtz to Miley Cyrus, from FLUXUS to the Arab Spring, from Wavefield Synthesis to otoacoustic emissions, from premillennial clubculture to postdemocratic authoritarianism, from signal processing to human echolocation, this book presents a fundamental critique concerning recent sound theories and their anthropological concepts--and proposes an alternate, a more plastic, a visceral framework for research in the field of a cultural anthropology of sounding and listening. This anthropology of sound takes its readers and listeners on a research expedition to the multitude of alien humanoids and their surprising sonic personae: in dynamic and generative tension between predetermined auditory dispositives, miniscule and not seldomly ignored sound practices, and idiosyncratic sensory corpuses: a critique of the senses"-- Quantifying sound -- Materializing listening -- Corporealizing the senses -- In auditory dispositives -- The sonic persona -- A sensory corpus -- The precision of sensibility -- Resistance and resonance -- Generativity

     

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    "Holger Schulze undertakes a critical study of some of the most influential studies in sound since the 19th century in the natural sciences, the engineering sciences, and in media theory, confronting them with contemporary artistic practices, with experimental critique, and with disturbing sonic experiences. From Hermann von Helmholtz to Miley Cyrus, from FLUXUS to the Arab Spring, from Wavefield Synthesis to otoacoustic emissions, from premillennial clubculture to postdemocratic authoritarianism, from signal processing to human echolocation, this book presents a fundamental critique concerning recent sound theories and their anthropological concepts--and proposes an alternate, a more plastic, a visceral framework for research in the field of a cultural anthropology of sounding and listening. This anthropology of sound takes its readers and listeners on a research expedition to the multitude of alien humanoids and their surprising sonic personae: in dynamic and generative tension between predetermined auditory dispositives, miniscule and not seldomly ignored sound practices, and idiosyncratic sensory corpuses: a critique of the senses."-- Quantifying sound -- Materializing listening -- Corporealizing the senses -- In auditory dispositives -- The sonic persona -- A sensory corpus -- The precision of sensibility -- Resistance and resonance -- Generativity.

     

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  20. The sonic persona
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  21. Sound of Shakespeare
    Published: 2014
    Publisher:  Taylor and Francis, Florence

    The 'Sound of Shakespeare' reveals the surprising extent to which Shakespeare's art is informed by the various attitudes, beliefs, practices and discourses that pertained to sound and hearing in his culture. In this engaging study, Wes Folkerth... more

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    The 'Sound of Shakespeare' reveals the surprising extent to which Shakespeare's art is informed by the various attitudes, beliefs, practices and discourses that pertained to sound and hearing in his culture. In this engaging study, Wes Folkerth develops listening as a critical practice, attending to the ways in which Shakespeare's plays express their author's awareness of early modern associations between sound and particular forms of ethical and aesthetic experience. Through readings of the acoustic representation of deep subjectivity in Richard III, of the 'public ear' in Antony and Cleopatr...

     

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  22. The Sound of Shakespeare
    Published: 2014
    Publisher:  Taylor and Francis, Hoboken

    The 'Sound of Shakespeare' reveals the surprising extent to which Shakespeare's art is informed by the various attitudes, beliefs, practices and discourses that pertained to sound and hearing in his culture. In this engaging study, Wes Folkerth... more

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    The 'Sound of Shakespeare' reveals the surprising extent to which Shakespeare's art is informed by the various attitudes, beliefs, practices and discourses that pertained to sound and hearing in his culture. In this engaging study, Wes Folkerth develops listening as a critical practice, attending to the ways in which Shakespeare's plays express their author's awareness of early modern associations between sound and particular forms of ethical and aesthetic experience. Through readings of the acoustic representation of deep subjectivity in Richard III, of the 'public ear' in Antony and Cleopatr

     

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    Series: Accents on Shakespeare
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    Subjects: Sound in literature; Electronic books
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    Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; General editor's preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Something of the ripe old sounds; The Shakespearean soundscape; 1 Shakespearience; Culture and sound | soundscape; Reading the soundscape: early modern playtextuality; Sounding out deep subjectivity; 2 The public ear; The public ear in Antony and Cleopatra; The doctrine is sound; One of the subtilest pieces of nature; 'An explication of certaine hard Problemes about the Eares'; 'And this is the true manner of hearing'; 3 Receptivity

    Hearing in Shakespearean cognitionThe receptive ear in Coriolanus; 4 Transformation and continuity; Woordes within the ground; A reasonable good ear in A Midsummer Night's Dream; The grotesque ear; Sound economics: excess, surfeit, stealing, giving; 5 Shakespearean acoustemologies; The greedy ear in Othello; The willing ear in Measure for Measure; Then play on; Notes; References; Index

  23. The Sound of Shakespeare
    Published: 2014
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    The 'Sound of Shakespeare' reveals the surprising extent to which Shakespeare's art is informed by the various attitudes, beliefs, practices and discourses that pertained to sound and hearing in his culture. In this engaging study, Wes Folkerth... more

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    The 'Sound of Shakespeare' reveals the surprising extent to which Shakespeare's art is informed by the various attitudes, beliefs, practices and discourses that pertained to sound and hearing in his culture. In this engaging study, Wes Folkerth develops listening as a critical practice, attending to the ways in which Shakespeare's plays express their author's awareness of early modern associations between sound and particular forms of ethical and aesthetic experience. Through readings of the acoustic representation of deep subjectivity in Richard III, of the 'public ear' in Antony and Cleopatr

     

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    Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; General editor's preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Something of the ripe old sounds; The Shakespearean soundscape; 1 Shakespearience; Culture and sound | soundscape; Reading the soundscape: early modern playtextuality; Sounding out deep subjectivity; 2 The public ear; The public ear in Antony and Cleopatra; The doctrine is sound; One of the subtilest pieces of nature; 'An explication of certaine hard Problemes about the Eares'; 'And this is the true manner of hearing'; 3 Receptivity

    Hearing in Shakespearean cognitionThe receptive ear in Coriolanus; 4 Transformation and continuity; Woordes within the ground; A reasonable good ear in A Midsummer Night's Dream; The grotesque ear; Sound economics: excess, surfeit, stealing, giving; 5 Shakespearean acoustemologies; The greedy ear in Othello; The willing ear in Measure for Measure; Then play on; Notes; References; Index

  24. Noise - Klang zwischen Musik und Lärm
    zu einer Praxeologie des Auditiven
    Published: [2017]; © 2017
    Publisher:  transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld

    Wann wird Klang zur Musik, wann wird er als Lärm erfahren? Welche sozialen Praktiken stehen dahinter? »Noise«, eine Spielart der Klang- und Musikproduktion, die sich durch einen Fokus auf das Geräusch auszeichnet, ist prädestiniert dafür,... more

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    Wann wird Klang zur Musik, wann wird er als Lärm erfahren? Welche sozialen Praktiken stehen dahinter? »Noise«, eine Spielart der Klang- und Musikproduktion, die sich durch einen Fokus auf das Geräusch auszeichnet, ist prädestiniert dafür, musikalische Sinnstiftung zu untersuchen. Kai Ginkel ergründet diese, indem er Soziologie, Ethnografie und Sound Studies miteinander in Dialog bringt. Schwerpunkte seiner Studie sind Verkörperung, Raum, Konflikt sowie Wissen und Kompetenz. What does it take to perceive sound as music? This ethnographic study explores auditory meaning by taking the noise culture as an example.

     

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    Subjects: Noise; Klang; Kultursoziologie; Feldforschung; ; Klang <Motiv>; ; Lärm <Motiv>; ; Raum; Klang; ; Musiksoziologie; ; Ethnologie; Feldforschung; Geräusch; ; Musikästhetik; Noise; Sound Studies;
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  25. Noise - Klang zwischen Musik und Lärm
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    Wann wird Klang zur Musik, wann wird er als Lärm erfahren? Welche sozialen Praktiken stehen dahinter?»Noise«, eine Spielart der Klang- und Musikproduktion, die sich durch einen Fokus auf das Geräusch auszeichnet, ist prädestiniert dafür, musikalische... more

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    Wann wird Klang zur Musik, wann wird er als Lärm erfahren? Welche sozialen Praktiken stehen dahinter?»Noise«, eine Spielart der Klang- und Musikproduktion, die sich durch einen Fokus auf das Geräusch auszeichnet, ist prädestiniert dafür, musikalische Sinnstiftung zu untersuchen. Kai Ginkel ergründet diese, indem er Soziologie, Ethnografie und Sound Studies miteinander in Dialog bringt. Schwerpunkte seiner Studie sind Verkörperung, Raum, Konflikt sowie Wissen und Kompetenz. What does it take to perceive sound as music? This ethnographic study explores auditory meaning by taking the noise culture as an example.

     

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    Series: Kulturen der Gesellschaft ; Band 27
    Subjects: Music; Knowledge; music; knowledge; Soziologie; Raum; Kultursoziologie; Wissen; Ethnografie; Culture; Kultur; Techniksoziologie; Sociology of Technology; Sociology; Space; Sociology of Culture; Klang; Musikwissenschaft; Sound; Musicology; Sound Studies; Noise; Lärm; Ethnography
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