Poetry of Reality

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Taylor & Francis, Feb 9, 1998 - Music - 192 pages
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This issue is concerned with questions arising from the compositional use of recorded real-world sound and is deliberately eclectic in both approach and subject matter. Although computer music composition is well represented, there is a conscious attempt to broaden the field to include other music in which recorded sound, and the recording process itself, has a significant role. The content of this issue focuses on the process of listening in everyday life which is of elemental importance to the reception and composition of real-world sound as music.
A compact disc containing many of the musical examples featured is included.

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Katharine Norman Sound Artist, Writer, Composer
A Poetry of Reality: Composing with Recorded Sound Contemporary Music Review, vol 15 Parts 1-2, ISBN 3-7186-5932-8 (1996), Taylor and Francis (formerly ...
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About the author (1998)

Michael Norman has taught at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for more than twenty-five years. Beth Scott, who died in early 1994, was full-time freelance writer for more than thirty-five years.

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