Tacet: Experimentation in Question

Tacet: Experimentation in Question
Library Shelf Location 33.SALA
Publication Date 2013
Description 2nd issue of the experimental music annual review, around the question of experimentation in music. Tacet is a new research publication dedicated to experimental music. Published annually and bilingually (French, English), its ambition is to create an interdisciplinary and international space of reection for this music, in all its aesthetic diversity. Tacet, as John Cage showed so well in 4'33'', designates a moment of silence observed by an instrumentalist during the whole period of a movement. By extension, it becomes, as the title of this publication, a moment of introspection, of reflectivity and reflection, where music interrupts itself to give way to research and theoretical questioning. Tacet aims, in this way, on the side of experimental music, to contribute to the renewal of theoretical research by confronting and intersecting musicians' speeches, studies coming from aesthetics and philosophy of art, from the critical renewal of musicology, from cultural studies and gender studies, from political thought, from social sciences and geography. Texts by Matthieu Saladin, George Brecht, Pauline Nadrigny, You Nakai, Johan Girard, Sébastien Biset, François Bonnet & Gérard Pelé, Pierre Hemptinne, Samon Takahashi, Sarah Benhaïm, James Whitehead, Josselin Minier, Julien Ottavi, Branden W. Joseph, Ghedelia Tazartès, Miguel Prado Casanova, Jim Haynes, Taku Sugimoto.
ISBN 9782953951615
Quantity 1
Pages 560
Editor Matthieu Saladin
Format Paperback
Publisher Les Presses du Réel, Dijon
Category Audio/Sound Art/Music
Languages English, French

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