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Christoph Cox and Daniel Warner eds. 2004

Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music.

New York: Continuum.



目次

  • Theories
    • 1. Music and its Others: Noise, Sound, Silence
      • Jacques Attali "Noise and Politics"
      • Luigi Russolo "The Art of Noises: Futurist Manifesto"
      • Morton Feldman "Sound, Noise, Varèse, Boulez"
      • Edgard Varèse "The Liberation of Sound"
      • Henry Cowell "The Joys of Noise"
      • John Cage "The Future of Music: Credo"
      • R. Murray Schafer "The Music of the Environment"
      • Mark Slouka "Listening for Silence: Notes on the Aural Life"
      • Mary Russo and Dan Warner "Rough Music, Futurism, and Postpunk Industrial Noise Bands"
      • Simon Reynolds "Noise"
      • "The Beauty of Noise: An Interview with Masami Akita of Merzbow"
    • 2. Modes of Listening
      • Marshall McLuhan "Visual and Acoustic Space"
      • Hanns Eisler & Theodor Adorno "The Politics of Hearing"
      • Pierre Schaeffer "Acousmatics"
      • Francisco Lopez "Profound Listening and Environmental Sound Matter"
      • Ola Stockfelt "Adequate Modes of Listening"
      • Brian Eno "Ambient Music"
      • Iain Chambers "The Aural Walk"
      • Pauline Oliveros "Some Sound Observations"
      • J.K. Randall "Compose Yourself"
    • 3. Music in the Age of Electronic Reproduction
      • Glenn Gould "The Prospects of Recording"
      • Brian Eno "The Studio as Compositional Tool"
      • John Oswald "Bettered by the Borrower: The Ethics of Musical Debt"
      • Chris Cutler "Plunderphonia"
      • Kodwo Eshun "Operating System for the Redesign of Sonic Reality"

  • Practicies
    • 4. The Open Work
      • Umberto Eco "Poetics of the Open Work"
      • John Cage "Composition as Process: Indeterminacy"
      • Christoph Cox "Visual Sounds: On Graphic Scores"
      • Earle Brown "Transformations and Developments of a Radical Aesthetic"
      • John Zorn "The Game Pieces"
      • Anthony Braxton "Introduction to Catalog of Works
    • 5. Experimental Musics
      • Michael Nyman "Towards (a Definition of) Experimental Music"
      • John Cage "Introduction to Themes & Variations"
      • Brian Eno "Generating and Organizing Variety in the Arts"
      • Cornelius Cardew "Scratch Music Draft Constitution"
      • David Toop "The Generation Game: Experimental Music and Digital Culture"
    • 6. Improvized Musics
      • Ornette Coleman "Change of the Century"
      • Derek Bailey "Free Improvization"
      • Frederic Rzewski "Little Bangs: A Nihilist Theory of Improvization"
      • George E. Lewis "Improvised Music After 1950: Afrological and Eurological Perspectives"
    • 7. Minimalisms
      • Susan McClary "Rap, Minimalism and Structures of Time in Late Twentieth-Century Culture"
      • Kyle Gann "Thankless Attempts at a Definition of Minimalism"
      • Steve Reich "Music as a Gradual Process"
      • Wim Mertens "Basic Concepts of Minimal Music"
      • Tony Conrad "LYssophobia: On Four Violins"
      • Philip Sherburne "Digital Discipline: Minimalism in House and Techno"
    • 8. DJ Culture
      • László Moholy-Nagy "Production–Reproduction: Potentialities of the Phonograph"
      • William S. Burroughs "The Invisible Generation"
      • Christian Marclay & Yasunao Tone "Record, CD, Analog, Digital"
      • Paul D. Miller "Algorithms: Erasures and the Art of Memory"
      • David Toop "Replicant: On Dub"
      • Simon Reynolds "Post-Rock"
    • 9. Electronic Music and Electronica
      • Jacques Barzun "Introductory Remarks to a Program of Works Produced at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center"
      • Karlheinz Stockhausen "Electronic and Instrumental Music"
      • Karlheinz Stockhausen et al. "Stockhausen vs. the Technocrats"
      • Ben Neill "Breakthrough Beats: Rhythm and the Aesthetics of Contemporary Electronic Music"
      • Kim Cascone "The Aesthetics of Failure: Post-Digital Tendencies in Contemporary Computer Music"