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Electronic and Experimental Music : Foundations of New Music and New Listening

By: Holmes, Thomas B.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Routledge, 2002Edition: 2.Description: 1 online resource (332 p.).ISBN: 9780203427064.Subject(s): Avant-garde (Music) | Electronic music | Electronic music-- History and criticism | History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Electronic and Experimental Music : Foundations of New Music and New ListeningDDC classification: 781.69 LOC classification: ML1380.H64 2002ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION: NEW TECHNOLOGY, NEW MUSIC, NEW LISTENING; WHAT IS ELECTRONIC MUSIC?; ELECTRONIC MUSIC RESOURCES; MUSICAL PRECEDENTS TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC: ORIGINS OF THE AVANT-GARDE; ELECTRONIC PIONEERS: CAHILL, THEREMIN, MARTENOT, TRAUTWEIN, AND HAMMOND; MUSIQUE CONCRTE AND THE ANCIENT ART OF TAPE COMPOSITION; THREE PIONEERS: JOHN CAGE, EDGARD VARSE, AND KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN; A RENAISSANCE OF INVENTING: THE 1950s; RORERT MOOG, WENDY CARLOS, AND THE BIRTH OF THE COMMERCIAL SYNTHESIZER; ONCE AND FUTURE INNOVATORS: ROBERT ASHLEY AND GORDON MUMMA
MUSIC FROM MAINFRAMES: THE ORIGINS OF COMPUTER MUSICINSIDE ELECTRONIC MUSIC; ELECTRONIC MUSIC IN THE MAINSTREAM: A LOSS OF HISTORY; APPENDIX; NOTES; SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX
Summary: The second edition of the classic text on the history of electronic music, this book has been thoroughly updated to present material on home computers, the Internet, as well as enlarged sections on history and theoretical issues.
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Book Cover; Title; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION: NEW TECHNOLOGY, NEW MUSIC, NEW LISTENING; WHAT IS ELECTRONIC MUSIC?; ELECTRONIC MUSIC RESOURCES; MUSICAL PRECEDENTS TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC: ORIGINS OF THE AVANT-GARDE; ELECTRONIC PIONEERS: CAHILL, THEREMIN, MARTENOT, TRAUTWEIN, AND HAMMOND; MUSIQUE CONCRTE AND THE ANCIENT ART OF TAPE COMPOSITION; THREE PIONEERS: JOHN CAGE, EDGARD VARSE, AND KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN; A RENAISSANCE OF INVENTING: THE 1950s; RORERT MOOG, WENDY CARLOS, AND THE BIRTH OF THE COMMERCIAL SYNTHESIZER; ONCE AND FUTURE INNOVATORS: ROBERT ASHLEY AND GORDON MUMMA

MUSIC FROM MAINFRAMES: THE ORIGINS OF COMPUTER MUSICINSIDE ELECTRONIC MUSIC; ELECTRONIC MUSIC IN THE MAINSTREAM: A LOSS OF HISTORY; APPENDIX; NOTES; SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX

The second edition of the classic text on the history of electronic music, this book has been thoroughly updated to present material on home computers, the Internet, as well as enlarged sections on history and theoretical issues.

Description based upon print version of record.

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Thom Holmes is a composer and performer of electronic music, as well as a software designer and consultant. He was the long-time publisher of the magazine Recordingsof Electronic Music .

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