Sounds as they are : the unwritten music in classical recordings / Richard Beaudoin.

In a recording, what sounds count as music? Sounds made by a musician's body -including inhales, finger taps, and grunts - have for decades been dismissed as extraneous noises. In 'Sounds as They Are', Richard Beaudoin pioneers a field of inquiry into non-notated sounds in recordings...

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Main Author: Beaudoin, Richard, 1975- (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2024]
Series:Oxford studies in music theory.
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Summary:In a recording, what sounds count as music? Sounds made by a musician's body -including inhales, finger taps, and grunts - have for decades been dismissed as extraneous noises. In 'Sounds as They Are', Richard Beaudoin pioneers a field of inquiry into non-notated sounds in recordings of classical music, recognizing often-overlooked sounds made by the bodies of performers and their recording equipment as music.
Physical Description:1 online resource (xi, 277 pages) : illustrations, music.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references, discography and index.
ISBN:9780197659311
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9780197659304
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9780197659298
0197659292
Source of Description, Etc. Note:Online resource; title from digital title page (ProQuest Ebook Central platform, viewed January 3, 2023).