Title: Music and Noise: Towards a Politics of Sound Ecology
Authors: Reybrouck, Mark
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Conference: 4th European Forum on Music location:Bern, Switzerland date:19-22 June 2014
Abstract: This contribution argues for an ecological way of listening. It reflects on the possibilities and pitfalls of artificial sound production in an attempt to uncover the primary role and function of the auditory apparatus and the mechanisms behind listening behaviours that deal with acoustic stimuli in the zone of discomfort. Conditions and learning goals are formulated to intervene in the kind of music that is supplied to common listeners and in the way they deal with this supply.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IMa-p
Appears in Collections:Studiegebied Onderwijs VIVES-Zuid
Musicology, Leuven

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