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Describing Sound: The Cognitive Linguistics of Timbre  

Zachary Wallmark and Roger A. Kendall

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Jun 2018
Timbre exists at the confluence of the physical and the perceptual, and due to inconsistencies between these frames, it is notoriously hard to describe. This chapter examines the ... More

Noise and Tranquility at Stonehenge: The Political Acoustics of Cultural Heritage  

Odd Are Berkaak

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Sep 2019
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Aug 2019
By tracing archaeological, poetic, artistic, literary, legal, and political factors, Odd Are Berkaak investigates and discusses a number of controversies surrounding the sound environment ... More

Perceptual Processes in Orchestration  

Meghan Goodchild and Stephen McAdams

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Jun 2018
The study of timbre and orchestration in music research is underdeveloped, with few theories to explain instrumental combinations and orchestral shaping. This chapter will outline ... More

Shifting Metaphors in the Conceptualization of Musical Knowledge and Learning  

Petter Dyndahl

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Sep 2019
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Aug 2019
In a chapter that takes its point of departure in a prophetic citation concerning sound and music by Francis Bacon, Petter Dyndahl examines how different epistemological positions and ... More

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