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Amplifications: poetic migration, auditory memory

Amplifications: poetic migration, auditory memory

Carter, Paul, 1951- author

"A personal narrative to sound written by one of the top figures in sound studies and that outlines a new way of thinking about migratory poetics"-- Written by one of the most prominent thinkers in sound studies, Amplifications presents a perspective on sound narrated through the experiences of a sound artist and writer. A work of reflective philosophy, Amplifications sits at the intersection of history, creative practice, and sound studies, recounting this narrative through a series of themes (rattles, echoes, recordings, etc.). Carter offers a unique perspective on migratory poetics, bringing together his own compositions and life's works while using his personal narrative to frame larger theoretical questions about sound and migration

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Published London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019
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Statement of responsibility: Paul Carter
ISBN: 1501344501, 9781501344497, 9781501344503
Note: Formerly CIP.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 296 pages
Subject: Theory of music & musicology; Sound Philosophy.; Music; Music recording & reproduction; Sound in art.
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Other formats: Also available in printed form ISBN 9781501344473

Contents

  1. Prolude
  2. 1. Charms
  3. 2. Returns
  4. 3. Rattles
  5. 4. Sirens
  6. 5. Echoes
  7. 6. Recordings
  8. 7. Voices
  9. 8. Callings
  10. Collect