Takes us to the sawmills, mineshafts, power grids, junk piles peripheral to musical culture showing they are pivotal to what music is, how it works, and why it ..(read more)
Throwing a voice into an object that appears to speak; Ventriloquism reconsidered to reflect our complex vocal relationship with media technologies
Engagingly written and a pleasant read, this extraordinary study offers fresh insights into Tudor’s reclusive personal life and elusive creative complexit..(read more)
Discussing participatory action research, social justice, empowerment, and critical race theory in relation to ethnomusicology.
In this groundbreaking book, music historian Tony Russell turns the spotlight on 78 original 78rpm discs of songs and tunes from the 1920s and 1930s.
Often considered the world’s greatest living film composer, and widely known for his innovative scores, Morricone spent the past 60 years reinventing the ..(read more)
Ooops.. this was suddenly in demand, and now out of stock, sorry. Will re-order it as soon as possible! John Cage’s interactions and collaborations with..(read more)
For a decimated post-war West Germany, the electronic music studio at the WDR radio in Cologne was a beacon of hope. The reclamation and repurposing of wartime ..(read more)
Historical account that looks at the roots of feminism, voting rights, and the liberation of the sixties, and analyzes the current situation of women across Eur..(read more)
This Very Short Introduction provides a lucid, accessible, and engaging overview of the subject of film music. Beginning with an analysis of the music from a we..(read more)