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     Anthropology of Sound

  • Thinking in Noise

- Bijsterveld, K. (2003). The City of Din: Decibels, Noise, and Neighbors in The Netherlands, 1910-1980. Osiris 18: 173.

 

- Bijsterveld, K. (2006). Listening to Machines: Industrial Noise, Hearing Loss and the Cultural Meaning of Sound. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 31(4): 323–337.

 

- Keizer, G. (2012). The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want: A Book About Noise. Reprint. PublicAffairs.

 

- Kursell, J. (2009). Mechanical Sound: Technology, Culture, and Public Problems of Noise in the Twentieth Century. Isis 100(4): 942.

 

- LaBelle, B. (2006). Background Noise: Perspectives on Sound Art. New York: Bloomsbury Academic.

 

- McQueen, A. (2013). “Bring the Noise!”: Sonic Intensified Continuity in the Films of Edgar Wright. Music, Sound, and the Moving Image 7(2): 141–165.

 

- Rodgers, T. (2010). Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound. Durham NC: Duke University Press Books.

 

- Russolo, L. (2004). 1913. The Art of Noise. Ubuclassics. - Schaeffer, P. 1952. À la recherche d’une musique concrète. Paris : Éditions du Seuil

 

- Thompson, M. (2017). Beyond Unwanted Sound. Noise, Affect and Aesthetic Moralism. New York: Bloomsbury Academic.

- Wilkins, I. (2017). Irreversible Noise. Falmouth: Urbanomic.

  • Composition

- Carlyle, A. (2013). In the Field: The Art of Field Recording. Axminster: Uniformbooks.

 

- Chattopadhyay, B. (2012). Sonic Menageries: Composing the sound of place. Organised Sound, 17(3), 223‑229.

 

- Keller, D. and Ariadna C. (2006). New Concepts and Techniques in Eco-Composition. Organised Sound 11(01): 55.

 

- Miller, S. M. (2013).  Aesthetics and the art of audio field recording. Trebuchet Magazine.

 

- Pisano, L. (2015). The Third Soundscape. Third Text, 29(1‑2), 75‑87.

 

- Rennie, T. (2014). Socio-Sonic: An ethnographic methodology for electroacoustic composition. Organised Sound, 19(2), 117‑124.

 

- Truax, B. (2012). Sound, Listening and Place: The Aesthetic Dilemma. Organised Sound, 17(3), 193–201.

 

- Wright, M. P. (2016). The Thing about Microphones. Leonardo Music Journal, December 2016, Vol. -, No. 26, Pages: 60-63

  • Sound-/scape -/map -/walk

- Butler, T. (2006). A walk of art: the potential of the sound walk as practice in cultural geography, Social & Cultural Geography, 7:6, 889-908

 

- Kelman, A. Y. (2010). Rethinking the Soundscape. The Senses and Society, 5(2), 212‑234.

 

- Krause, B. (2012). The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Origins of Music in the World’s Wild Places. Boston: Little, Brown and Company

 

- Pinch, T. & Bijsterveld, K. (2004). Sound Studies: New Technologies and Music. Social Studies of Science, 34(5), 635‑648.

 

- Schafer, R.M. (1993). The Soundscape: Our Sonic Environment and the Tuning of the World. Destiny Books, ISBN: 9780892814558. (Reprint of Knopf, 1977.)

 

- Thompson, E. (2002). The Soundscape of Modernity: Architectural Acoustics and the Culture of Listening in America, 1900-1933. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

 

- Voegelin, S. (2014). Collateral Damage: Salomé Voegelin. The Wire Magazine.

 

  • Sonic Possible Worlds

- Basso, K. H. (1970). « To Give up on Words »: Silence in Western Apache Culture. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 26(3), 213‑230.

 

- Harris, Y. (2013). Presentness in Displaced Sound. Leonardo Music Journal, 23(1), 13‑14.

 

- Harkness, N. (2011). Anthropology at the Phonosonic Nexus. Anthropology News 52(1) 52 (1) : 5.

 

- Ihde, D. (2007). Listening and voice: phenomenologies of sound (second). State University of New York.

 

- LaBelle, B. (2010). Acoustic territories: Sound culture and everyday life . A&C Black

  • (Non)-Listening

- Blesser, B. and Salter, L-R. (2009). Spaces Speak, Are You Listening? Experiencing Aural Architecture . Boston: MIT press.

- Cusack, P. (2012). Sounds from dangerous places. ReR Megacorp.

- Cusack, P. (2013). Interview, in Cathy Lane and Angus Carlyle (eds.), In the field: The art of field recording. London: Uniformbooks.

- Helmreich, S. (2010). Listening Against Soundscapes. Anthropology News.

- Nancy, J.L. (2007). Listening. New York: Fordham University Press.

- Norman, K. (2012). Listening Together, Making Place. Organised Sound, 17(3), 257‑265.

- Oliveros, P. (2005). Deep Listening: A Composer’s Sound Practice. New York: iUniverse.

  • Political Economy of Sound

- Attali, J. (1985). Noise: The Political Economy of Music. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.

 

- Fink, R. (2005). Repeating Ourselves: american minimal music as cultural practice. Berkeley: University of California Press.

 

- Mattin, & Iles, A. (2009). Noise & Capitalism. Arteleku Audiolab.

 

[X] - Sterne, J. (2003). The Audible Past. Durham: Duke University Press.

  • Sound Artists

- John Cage, Water Walks (1960)

- Ellen Fullman, Long String Instrument

- Terry Fox, The Labyrinth Scored for 11 Different Cats

- Christina Kubisch, Electrical Walks

- Max Neuheus, Sound Walks

- Gordon Monahan, Swinging Loud Speaker

- Rolf Julius

- Steve Reich, Pendulum Music

- La Monte Young, composition No.7

- Alvin Lucier, Music for Snare Drum, Pure Wave oscillator and Reflective Surfaces ; I am sitting in a room.

- Janett Cardiff, 40 part Motet

- Walter Ruttmann, Wochenende (1929)

- Pierre Schaeffer, Étude aux chemins de fer (1949)

- Jacob Erisken, Objects Also Die (2017)

- Ximena Alarcon

- Morton Feldman

- Felicity Ford

- Florian Hecker

- Robym Schulkowski

- Pauline Oliveros

- Mark Peter Wright

- Eisuke Yanagisawa, Ultrasonic scapes (2011)

  • Sonic Ethnographies

- Steven Feld, Voices of the Rainforest (Rykodisc, 1991)

- Edu Comelles, Camina, parte primera (2013)

- Sei Milligan, The last boat builders of Belfast (2014)

- Hiroki Sasajima and Eisuke Yanagisawa, Jogashima (2015)

- Stephanie Spray, Blue sky, white river (2011)

- Francisco Lopez, Buildings (New York)

- Cathy Lane, Hebrides Suite (2013)

- Chris DeLaurenti, To the Cooling Tower, Satsop (2015)

 

- Christina Wegener, radio continental drift

 

- Hafdis Bjarnadottir, Sounds of Iceland (2015)

 

- Angus Carlyle and Rupert Cox, The Cave Mouth and the Giant Voice (2015)

 

- Tullis Rennie, Manifest (2013)

 

- Budhaditya Chattipoadhyay, A day in the life of a listener (2014)

 

- Gilles Aubry, L’amplification des âmes (2012)

 

- Hildegard Westerkamp, Kits Beach Soundwalk (1989)

 

- Emeka Ogboh, Lagos Soundscapes and Radio Aporee

 

- Jana Winderen, Out of range (2014)