A Century of Recorded Music: Listening to Musical History
An exploration of the impact of recording technology on the art of music. Timothy Day chronicles the developments in recording technology since its inception and describes the powerful effects it has had on artistic performance, audience participation, and listening habits. He also offers a comparison of the characteristics of musical life a century ago with those of today.
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Day, curator of Western art music at the Sound Archive of the British Library in London, is unquestionably an authority on recorded music, and he writes with an anecdotal ease that is engaging and ... Read full review
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