Noise: The Political Economy of Music

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Manchester University Press, 1985 - Music - 179 pages
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Review: Noise: The Political Economy of Music (Theory and History of Literature #16)

User Review  - John Levi Masuli - Goodreads

Premise sounds good until you find Atali jumping through the extremes of employing a rigid/ mechanistic type of Marxist analysis and non-scientific postructuralist 'readings' Case in point: Atali ... Read full review

Review: Noise: The Political Economy of Music (Theory and History of Literature #16)

User Review  - Sheikhah - Goodreads

Very informative; I recommend it for those interested in knowing more about different kinds of sounds and their importance starting from mere music and songs and ending in social noise. The history of ... Read full review

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