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Construire l’impermanence – temps et immutabilité chez Jean-Claude Risset
In many of Jean-Claude Risset's works – for example in Invisible (1996) and Otro (2011) – there is, beyond the stated esthetical goal or the compositional and technical processes, an erudite reflection on the passage of ...
Reconstruction as preservation strategy
(Bayreuth Universität, 2018-12)
Electroacoustic Music before Language
(EMS Network, 2018-06)
'The Language of Electroacoustic Music' (Emmerson, 1986) has remained in print continuously since its publication. This paper examines the questions: What has changed in this time? Why has electroacoustic music practice ...
Figures of Speech : Oral History as an Agent of Form in Electroacoustic Music
(MIT Press, 2018)
Reflection on the author’s use of oral history recordings as source material in three electroacoustic works suggests ways in which complementary threads of storytelling and recorded memory can be shaped into purposefully ...