Environmental sound artists : in their own words / Frederick Bianchi, V.J. Manzo.

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Main Authors: Bianchi, Frederick W. (Author), Manzo, V. J. (Author)
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Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016]
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505 0 |a COVER ; Environmental Sound Artists In Their Own Words; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS ; FOREWORD ; PREFACE ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; Introduction ; Chapter 1: Sonifications of Global Environmental Data ; Heat and the Heartbeat of the City ; N. ; Chapter 2: Sewer Pipe Organ ; Chapter 3: Biophonic Sound Sculptures in Public Spaces ; Chapter 4: A Philosophical Report from Work-in-Progress ; Means and Mechanisms ; Sound Monitoring ; Non-Linear Chaotic Circuits ; Compression of Time and Space ; Pinion Engraver Beetle ; A Further Metaphor ; Chapter 5: Listening to the Earth ; Earth Sound. 
505 8 |a Deep Earth Dome (2006-2008) The Significance of Listening to the Earth ; A Farewell to Wilderness? ; Chapter 6: The Place Where You Go to Listen : An Ecosystem of Sound and Light ; Mapping the Terrain ; The Colors of Noise and Tone ; "An Orchestration of Untouched Material" ; Chapter 7: Meltwater ; January 9, 2009 ; A Sense of Wonder ; Antarctica: Music from the Ice ; Meltwater ; Chapter 8: Hearing Curved Space ; Hearing Curved Space ; Midsummer Celebration, Kökar, Åland, Finland, Sunday, June 26, 2005 ; Outcome ; Chapter 9: River Listening ; Chapter 10: Sun Boxes. 
505 8 |a Chapter 11: Bridge Music and Tower Music Bridge Music ; Tower Music ; Chapter 12: Data as Music ; Audio Information Design Issues ; Chapter 13: Sonic Landscapes (finding a sense of place with my ears) ; DAY 0: Sidney International Airport-Arrival in a Non-Place. ; DAY 1: Western Riverina-Hearing the Old Birrego School. ; DAY 2: An open field-Listening to the Song of the tree. ; Day 4: The Murrumbidgee River-Mapping the mental soundscape. ; Day 6: A nearby water hole-In search of the "kinda-blue-bird." ; Day 7: The Old Birrego School-The ears warn, the eyes confirm. 
505 8 |a Day 9: The Strong's Farm-The ears inform. Day 12: How to save 100,000 on sensors (or how to open a window and listen). ; Epilogue ; Chapter 14: Sonic Migrations ; Migrations ; Sounding Underground ; Listening and Remembering -Networked Improvisation for Four Commuters ; Networked Migrations : Listening to and Performing the In-Between Space ; Final Reflection ; Chapter 15: Sound Architecture ; Chapter 16: The Sonic Ecology of Structures ; Chapter 17: Why Bring Nature into Your Music? ; Chapter 18: The Dawn Chorus ; Chapter 19: Bivvy Broadcasts. 
505 8 |a Chapter 20: A Philosophy of Eco-acoustics in the Interdisciplinary Project "Fragments of Extinction" Statement and Project Background ; Fragments, One Installation/Performance ; Part I: The Immersive Experience ; Part II: Nature Explained ; Part III: Nature Integrated ; Conclusions and Current Developments ; Coda ; Chapter 21: Towards Activist Sound ; Chapter 22: The Listening Experience of Paramnesia ; Paramnesia ; Daytime in Promenade ; Night-time in Repose ; Flashbacks ; Cadence ; Chapter 23: Musical Heuristics in Six Ecoacoustic Quintets. 
520 |a Environmental Sound Artists: In Their Own Words is an incisive and imaginative look at the international environmental sound art movement, which emerged in the late 1960s. The book presents a current perspective on the movement through a collection of personal writings by important environmental sound artists. 
500 |a Includes index. 
588 0 |a Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 29, 2016). 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
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