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(p. 809) Index

(p. 809) Index

Note: italic “f” and “t” following page numbers denote figures and tables.

A
a cappella vocals 297
a priori knowledge 42
Aalborg Symphony Orchestra 715n1
Aalborg University 707
Abbey Road (album) 574
Abbey Road Studios 565–567, 574, 576–583
Abbott, E. A. 23
Abhidharma tradition 283
Abhinavabharati (Abhinavagupta) 18
Abhinavagupta 18, 26
abject acoustic victims 338
abject sublime 336
Ablinger, Peter 751–754, 761n22, 762nn24, 26
Abraham, Nicholas 503
absence 135
Absolute Idealism 23
the Absolute (Nada-Brahma-Vada) 17, 19–29; see also Sound (Primordial Sound)
absolute pitch 45, 422, 437n1
Absorption and Theatricality (Fried) 698n17
abstraction 117, 125, 280, 464, 753
Achtung Baby (U2) 537
acousmatics 658–659
and definitions of sounds 56
and evocative power of sound 136
and iconic signification in cinema 592–593
musique concrète 141
and South African opera 298–299, 302, 308
and the technologically enhanced voice 474–475, 482, 489–490
acousmêtre 593, 602
acoustemology 337
acoustic ecology 653–667, 801
acoustic community 664–665
and auditory imagination 655–660
and creative imagination 657–659
and the electroacoustic community 665–666
and listening 653–655
listening in electroacoustic space 663–664
perception of acoustic space 660–663
acoustic imagination 421–437
and East Asian literature 430–437
sound and physical phenomenon 427–430
and sound symbolism 426–427
and “the Sinosphere” 423–426
Acoustic Jurisprudence (Parker) 339
acoustics and acoustic spaces 653–667
acoustic blindspots 334
acoustic branding 360
acoustic community 65
and the acoustic community 664–665
acoustic energy 57–58
acoustic envelope 338
acoustic metaphors 338–339
acoustic qualities of sound 445
acoustic space 145n3
acoustic technologies 474; see also technology and technological advance
acousticians 785
and articulation of voice 485–486
and auditory imagination 655–660
and concert hall design 707–708, 711–714
definition of sound 456n5
and the electroacoustic community 665–666
and felt sound 620
and listening 653–655
and memory and imagination 660–664
(p. 810) and outdoor spaces 329n3
and poetics of sound 409–410
and sonic virtuality framework 802–803
and sound as the Absolute 24–25
and tools of phenomenology 82
and unimagined stories 456see also acoustic ecology; acoustic imagination
acquiring knowledge 50, 219
acquisition metaphor 218–220, 223
acquisition of knowledge 35–36
actants 222–223
action metaphors 467
active engagement 345–355
active mode of listening 690
activity theory 220, 221
actor-network theory 204–205, 222–223, 578
actualization 801
Adams, John Luther 685
Addessi, A. R. 252
Addison, Joseph 229
adhan 772
adolescence 255–257, 259–262
Adorno, T. W.
on aesthetic practice 748
critique of Hollywood 589
and emotion in music 594–595
and iconic signification in cinema 600–601
on industrialization of music 592
on music as universal language 591
and musical orientalism 603
and war sounds 176, 178, 181, 199n5
advertising 386–388, 387f, 388f, 774
Aesthetica (Baumgarten) 34
aesthetics
and acoustics of museum spaces 551
aesthetic autonomy 760, 760n1
aesthetic cosmopolitanism 223
aesthetic essentialism 295
aesthetic knowledge 206
aesthetic utopia 759
aesthetical associations 46–47
aesthetical judgments 35, 40
aesthetical thresholds 41
aestheticological rationality 34–35
and cognitive metaphors 461
and imaginative transports of listening 687
and Wundt’s experimental psychology 41–43
affect
affect attunement 233–236, 240–241, 243–244
affective aspects of music 36–37, 50
affective resonance 235
affective states 151–152
affection 43, 615
affordances 232, 237, 632
Afghan people 644
African American music 478
African Music in Northern Rhodesia (Jones) 389–390
African Voices (radio program) 391, 392t
Africans Singing (documentary) 390
“Against the Stage” (López) 124–125
Agincourt Carol 590
aionoplast function 803–805
air raids 184
Aiskhylos 295
Akiyama, Mitchell 337
Albee, Fred 189
Alderson-Day, B. 154
Alexander, C. 185
Alexander Nevsky (film) 590–591
Alien Tekno (Cutworks) 486
All Quiet on the Western Front (film) 185–187, 191
“all this this here” (sound collage) 445, 452–454, 452f
Allenby 194–196
alliteration 405
Almuro, André 412
Alström, T. 474
altered states of consciousness 269
Alvarez, Santiago 587–588, 603
Alzheimer’s disease 261–262, 416
AM broadcasting 385
amakwaya 293
Amalric, Mathieu 614–615
Amazwi Omzansi Africa (“Voices of South Africa”) 309n10
(p. 811) ambient sounds 117, 772
ambiguity 595–597
and creative imagination 657
and humor 112n4
and iconic signification in cinema 595–597, 604
and loudness 477
and poetics of sound 406
vagueness and ambiguity in imagining of sound 105–112
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 107, 679n1
American Red Cross 185
AMM ensemble 745
Amos, Tori 484
amplification 474, 482–483, 490n1, 658, 662
amplitude of sound 490n3, 630, 770–771; see also amplification
amputees 190
Amundsen, Roald 410
analog recording 465–466
analogy, auditory 736n7
anatomical fallacy of the medium 133
Andean, James 450
Anderson, Benedict 381–382, 466
Anderson, Jon 127
Anderson, Laurie 482
anechoic chambers 409, 661
Anglican Guardian 180
animal hearing 199n4
animal sounds 108, 438n16; see also natural sounds
animal studies 333
animation 436–437
animist religions 273
anonymity 666
Another Earth (film) 116
Ansell-Pearson, K. 791
Anthology (documentary) 567
anthropology 270, 316; see also culture
anti-art attitude 742
anticipation 150, 159, 162–163, 664, 691
Antonioni, M. 616
Anywhen (Parreno) 610
Anywhere, Anywhere Out of the World (Parreno) 610
Anzieu, Didier 338, 502, 504
apartheid era 297
Apocalypse Now 197
Appalachian Spring (Copland) 683
Appel, M. 160
apperception 39–40, 46, 611
Apple 359–360, 371
apprenticeship learning 216–217, 220
Apter-Danon, Gisele 499
“Arab Muslim” stereotype 643
Arabia campaign 195
arbitrary sign 43, 45
archaeology 313, 314, 318–319, 324–326
archeology of resonances 123–124
archetypes 599
architecture 410, 663, 785; see also concert halls
Arendt, Hannah 342
Aristotle 32–34, 205–206, 229, 542, 552
arithmetic 39, 46
Armed Forces Network 385
Armistice Day 192
Arnheim, Rudolf 382, 398n3
Arnold, David 636
arousal hormones 782
arranging of music 94
Art as Device (Šklovskij) 748
art installations 128n11
art of music “Tonkunst” 36
Artaud, Antonin 743
Artemis 295
Arthurian legend 324–325
articulation 721
articulation of voice 478–479, 485–486
articulatory imagery 157
articulatory loop 157–158
articulatory rehearsal mechanism 157
artifactual metaphors 220–221
artificial body schemata 622–623
artificial intelligence (AI) 111–112, 208–209, 794
artificial metaphors 220–221
artillery noise 178, 182–183, 185–186, 190–191, 193; see also shell shock
artistic conceptuality 72
artistic knowledge 206
arts of space 138
arts of time 138
Aryans 19
“As Time Goes By” 588–590, 599
(p. 812) Ashkenazy, Vladimir 709, 715n3
assemblage, radio as 379–380
associations 46–49, 116, 120
associative networks 230–231, 233, 238, 243–244
associative power of sound 416
Astaire, Fred 297
astroacoustics 25
astronomy 39
astrophysics 28
asynchronous aspects of sensation 38
Atman 19
atmosphere 349, 349t, 352–353
atmosphere (Böhme) 757–758
Atmospheres (Ligeti) 685, 750
atmospheric sounds 486
atomic weapons 176, 198n1
atonality 600–601
AT&T 568
Attali, Jacques 123–124, 315, 325
attention
and affect attunement 234
attentional blocking 89
attentional selectivity 781–782
attentional states 151–152
attentiveness 494
and Burmese spirit worship 279
and worldly sounds 64–65
attitude 251
audialization 656
described 91
and illusion of the hidden mind 92–93
imagination as intuitive experience 87–89
and joint performance 96–98
and phenomenological approach to sound 83
and role of auditory imagination 94–96
audibilia 85f, 89
audience 702, 705–706, 713, 715
for music 705
and Nat Pwe trance ritual 276
and poetics of sound 413
and worldly sounds 64
audio branding 360
audio engineers 785
audio industry 663
Audio Mostly conference 111–112
audio paradoxes 730
audio parameters 110
audio systems 756
audio virology 128n6
audiospatial associations 718, 731
audiovisual contract 625n2
audiovisual media 137, 551
audiovisual multimodality 136
audiovisual storytelling 640
audiovisual technology 559
audiovisualization 677, 678
auditory analogies 726
auditory attentional associations 774–775
auditory bubble 119, 347
auditory consciousness 62
auditory cortex 60, 68, 121, 127n2, 670
auditory dreams 62
auditory gestalts 90
auditory illusion 538–541
auditory imagery 149–164, 670
and “audialization” term 127n1
and dynamic representation 161–163
inner ear and voice 153–158
involuntary 150–153
and motor theories of perception 164n2
and musical practice 158–161
and synesthesia 164n1
and temporal manipulations 164n3
auditory imaginary 67–69
auditory imagination 82, 89–99, 655–657, 666
auditory landscape 621–622
auditory mapping 718–729, 732–733, 735, 736n4
auditory masking 118
auditory mindfulness 25
auditory modality 110–111, 676
auditory neuroscience 82
auditory ossicles 57–58
auditory perception 156
auditory scene analysis 637
auditory science 82, 99
auditory sense-making 459, 468
auditory stimuli 723
(p. 813) auditory verbal hallucination 152–153, 157
Augustine, Saint 309n8
Auinger, Sam 750, 757, 759
aural attitude 117
aural clues 635
aural competencies 653
aural cues 661
aural dissociation 783–784
aural-dominant realities 780–784, 786
aural imagery 127n1
aural imagination 515–518, 524–525, 543n8
aural medium 424–425
Austin Sound 466
authenticity 489
authoritarianism 318
autism 797
autobiographical knowledge 347
autobiographical memory 261, 286
autobiographical self 268, 270–271, 280–286, 281t, 282f, 285t
automatic auditory imagery 163
autonomic fear response 802–803
autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) 350–354
autotune 486
Avalokitesvara 25–26
avant-garde music and film
and comic art 526
controversies surrounding 760n6
and cultural role of cinema 576
and definitions of sounds 56
at end of twentieth century 749–759
and iconic signification in cinema 600–601
and multimodal articulation 137–138
and music as universal language 591
musical neo-avant-garde 743–749
Avon valley 326
B
B-Format impulse response recording 71
Babiuk, A. 566, 575–576
Bacall, Lauren 477, 480
Bach, C. P. E. 636
Bach, J. S. 704
Bacharach, Burt 583n2
Bachelard, Gaston 128n11, 684, 689
background noise 663
Bacon, Francis 203–204, 424
Baddeley, A. D. 157
Bailey, Benjamin 416
bajasa ritual healers 275
Baker, Joseph E. 520
balance (in corpus linguistics) 465
Balász, Béla 481
Balinese Hindus 269
Balkans 643
The Ballad of John Axon 413–414
Bandura, Albert 214, 217
Bannister, John 702
Bantu culture 390
bantut (third gender) 275
Barad, Karen 223
Barbieri, Daniele 512, 526, 540
Barbusse, H. 194
Barenboim, Daniel 99
Baron-Cohen, S. 800
baroque music 714
Barron, Bebe 601
Barron, Louis 601
Barrymore, John 568
Barthes, Roland 296, 334, 479
Barusse, H. 179, 194
basal ganglia 121
Bashō, Matsuo 433–434
Bass Culture 328
bass sounds 59
Basso, Keith 327, 685–686
Bataclan concert hall attacks 198
Bataille, Sylvia 596
Bates, Bill 181
Bates, H. E. 197
Batman (film) 636
The Battle of Ancre (film) 190
Battle of Loose 192–193
Battle of Sebastopol 194
Battle of Seil el Hasa 196–197
Battle of the Beanfield 318
The Battle of the Somme 198n4
The Battle of the Somme (film) 179–181, 186, 190
Battle of Verdun 175–176, 181, 198n4
Battle of Ypres 182–183, 190
The Battle of Ypres (film) 190
Baumgarten, Alexander 34–35
Bavarian Radio 380, 398n3
(p. 814) Bayreuth Festival Theater 750
BBC Radio Four 176
BBC Radiophonic Workshop 412
The Beach Boys 565
The Beasts of Tarzan (Burroughs) 108
the Beatles
Abbey Road sound as new paradigm 565–567, 571, 580–583
and comic art 535
influence of cinema on 565–567, 573–583
influence of recorded media 576–577
Beauty and the Beast (film) 620
bebuten 269
Becker, Jacques 596, 612, 614, 620, 624, 626n8
Becker, Nicolas
and artificial body schemata 622–623
artistic practice 610–611
and audible imagined lived world 620–621
and the audiovisual contract 623–624
and “felt sound” 620
and kinesthetic experience 612–613
and phenomenological analysis 609–610, 624–625
and thinking in movement 614–615
and the uncanny valley 626n8
and Venus in Fur 616
Becker, Stephen 512
Beckett, Samuel 416–417, 445
Become Ocean (Adams) 685
Bedhaya dance 275
Beethoven, Ludwig van 117, 161, 476, 589, 594, 684, 691, 697n2, 747, 753
Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene (Schoenberg) 601
behavioral cues 775–776
behavioral science 798
behaviorism 208–209, 224
“Being in a Virtual World: Presence, Environment, Salience, Sound” (Walther-Hansen and Grimshaw) 669
Beke, Tamás 622
bel canto music 140
Belafonte, Harry 603
beliefs 796f
Bell, Amy 178–179
belliphonic sounds 178, 338
Bender, Barbara 314, 317–318, 329
Benjamin, Casey 488
Benjamin, Walter 175–177, 181–182, 199n4, 591, 604
Bennet, H. S. 581
Bennett, M. R. 576–577
Berardi, G. 533
Berberian, Cathy 527, 543n11
Bergson, Henri 595, 791, 800
Berkeley, George 29, 134
Berland, Jody 397
Berlin Junction (Serra) 758
Berlin Philharmonic 711–712
Berlin Wall 785
Berliner, P. F. 94
Berlioz, Hector 161, 594, 750
Berlyne, D. 252, 258
Bernard, Raymond 187–188
Bernardi, N. F. 159
Besson, M. 151
The Best Years of Our Lives (film) 199n10
Bharata 18
Bhaskara 18
Bhattacharya, J. 463
Biagi, G. 798–799
biblical stories 490
Biernoff, S. 189
big band music 581
Biggles novels (John) 194
Bikindi, Simon 339–340
bilateral frontal opercular regions 160
Billboard Magazine 465
Billie Holiday (Sampayo) 533–534
Bin-Jip (film) 616
binaural recording 71, 353, 770
biomechanical sound 58
Bioscope 180
Bioshock (game) 803–804
birdsong 796–797
Birkenau Concentration Camp 182
Bishop, L. 160
bissu 275
Bitner, M. J. 361
Bjarnasson, Bjørn 709
Björk 297
Black, Colin 414
black boxed galleries 551
Black Mountain College 743–744
(p. 815) Blackboard Jungle (film) 573–574
Blacking, John 232, 390
Blair, Linda 609
The Blair Witch Project (film) 125–126
Blake, William 604
Blake et Mortimer (Jacobs) 518
Blesser, B. 486
blindfolds 124
blindness 381–382, 777
Bloch, Ernst 301
Blood Roses (Amos) 484
Blow Up (film) 579–580, 616
blues music 478
Blunden 182
Boals, Adriel 444
bodily experiences 233
bodily resonance 353, 622
body-mind 279
Body Waves (art series) 73n6
Böhme, Gernot 757–758
Bolero (Ravel) 49–50
Boltanski, Luc 512
Bon Iver 484
Bonnet, Antoine 295
Bonneville-Roussy, A. 253–254
boom boxes 197
Border Watch Organisation (Klein) 758
borderline comics 526–527
borderline perception 107–108
Bordwell, David 554
Born, Georgia 379–380, 382
Borneman, Ernest 389–390
Boroditsky, L. 467
Bosavi, Papua New Guinea 688
Bosch, Hieronymus 183
Boston Symphony Hall 712
Boucer, Jerome 198
Boulez, Pierre 603, 757, 760n6
Bourdieu, Pierre 589, 601
bourgeois art and society 479, 703–707, 709, 714, 742, 747
Boyle, Danny 610
Brahman 19–21, 23–24
Brahman Sound 26
Brahms, Johannes 603
brain physiology
and auditory attentional associations 774–775
and autobiographical self 282f, 284f
and communication through music 261
and echolocation 777
and imagination in listening 115–116
and involuntary auditory imagery 153
and neural binding problem 773
and neurological sounds 60–61
and pathological sounds 121
and perception of reality 767, 769
and sonic virtuality framework 797
and storytelling 783–784
and synaptic plasticity 59, 61, 773–774, 777
and unimagined stories 455see also neuroscience
brain worms 128n6, 152
Brancato, Sergio 512
Brancusi, Constantin 727–728, 728f, 736n5
brand identity 359–360, 363, 366t; see also sonic branding
brand image 363, 365
Brando, Marlon 479–480, 573
Bråten, Ivar 214
breathing exercises 23
breathy voices 477–478, 483–484
Brecht, George 746–747, 761nn13, 15
Bregman, A. S. 637
Bregović, Goran 642–643
Brennan, Carmel 504
Brennan, Ruth 551
Bresson, Robert 475
Brhaddesi (Matanga) 18
brightness, auditory 720–722, 724, 725t, 726t, 730–733
Brill Building 565, 581–582, 583n2
Brindley, Erica 428–429
Bristol Samba 319
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 590, 641
cultural conflict on radio broadcasting 417n2
Genome Project 398n11
and macrosocial imaginaries 389–390, 397
Quatermass and the Pit (television series) 489
and radio as poetry 413
Radio Times 390–391, 404
(p. 816) Radiophonic Workshop 484, 487–488
silence used in broadcasts 417n1
and the social voice 480
British War Savings Committee 185
Broad, C. D. 24
broadband sounds 661
Broadcast over Britain (Reith) 404
Broadway 575
Brodsky, W. A. 151
Bronowski, J. 677–678
Bronze Age 314
Brown, Eliza 692–695
Brown, R. M. 159
Brown, Steven 229
Bruckner, Anton 251, 753
Brueghel, Pieter, the Elder 123–124
Bruner, Jerome 211, 214
Buddhism 23, 25–26, 269, 283, 428, 771–772
Buglio, Bernardi de 159
Bühnenweihfestspiel 750
Bull, Michael 119, 367–368, 371–373
Bullock, Sandra 624
Bunte, N. 255, 259–260
Bunter Abend 395
Burch, Noel 593
Burdocks (Wolff) 745
Burroughs, E. R. 108
Burzynska, Jo (Stanier Black-Five) 73n6, 74n12
Busch, Wilhelm 529, 533f
Busoni 56
Butler, Judith 341–343
Butor, Michel 758
Butterworth, G. 494
Bye Bye Butterfly (Oliveros) 685
Byron 324
C
cadavre exquis (exquisite corpse) 744
Cage, John
and auditory mirrors 742–744
and controversies surrounding avant-garde music 760n6
and definitions of sounds 56–57
and multimodal articulation 141
on percussion and dance 146n9
and political character of music 755
and social benefit of arts 759
and sonic imagination 126
and sound design in museum settings 560–561
and sound disruption movement 553–554
on ubiquity of noise 116–117
and worldly sounds 63–64
Cages (McKean) 533
Callas, Maria 478
Calle, Sophie 551, 552, 556
calligraphy 516
Cameroon 499–500
Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) 320–321, 326–327, 329
Cantonese 427
canyon effect 661
Cape No. 7 (film) 602
Capone, Ade 535, 537f
caption boxes 521, 523, 526
car audio systems 397, 630, 633, 776
Caracuzzo, Giancarlo 539f, 541f
caravan music 640
Cardenal, Ernesto 604
Cardew, Cornelius 745
Carlzon, Jan 370
Carmi, Eugenio 527, 528f
Carnegie Hall 683, 712
Carnival’s Quarrel with Lent (Brueghel the Elder) 123–124
Carpenter, Edmund 145n3, 383, 676
Carson, Anne 295
Cartesian analysis 73
Cartesian Meditations (Husserl) 80
Cartesian Theater 61
Cartier-Bresson, Henri 596
cartography of noises 123–124
cartoons 191f, 448
Casablanca (film) 588, 590, 597–600, 604, 640
Casebier, Allan 611
Casey, Edward S. 127n1, 655–660, 656, 663, 684–689
Cassirer, Ernst 34, 146n4
Castelli, Alfredo 512
Castoriadis, C. 314–315, 687–688, 691–692, 697, 698n13
(p. 817) Castro, Fidel 587
casual listening 118, 760n3
casualties of war 189–190, 189f, 192
categorization 232, 243, 259
Catholic Church 785
caudal anterior cingulate gyrus 261
causal listening 804–805
causal networks 446
causal-spatial listening 85
causality 68, 70–71
Celtic Iron Age 324
censorship 115, 119, 241
Cerchia, Fréderick 240
cerebellum 121
Cerro Pelado (film) 587
Chakravarti, Sonali 342
Chalice Well (Truax) 659–660
Chalmers, David 66–67, 71, 75n32, 468
chamber music 702–703
Chambers, Iain 119–120, 126
Chambers, J. W. 180, 186
Cha’n Buddhism 25
chance in art 761nn13, 15
change blindness 781–782
Changing the System (Wolff) 745
Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road (television) 574
Chaplin, Charles 591
Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire 341
Charles, Ray 480
Charles Eliot Norton Lectures 117
Chen, Joseph C. Y. 429
Cher 482, 486
children/childhood development 639, 641
childhood cognition 215
childhood hearing 125
and communicative musicality 496–499
and culturally embedded nature of musicality 499–500
and musical preferences 252, 254–255
and primordial auditory experience 500–505
sound exposure in early childhood development 494–496
and sound in childhood development 493–506
and stereotypes in film 641–644
China 423
Chinese language and writing 424–431, 437n1
Chion, Michel 142–143, 146n6, 475, 480, 593, 623, 625n2, 671, 804
Cho, R. 157
choir music 293, 392t, 393
Chopin, Frédéric 589
choraplast function 804–805
choreography 278
Christ 23
Christchurch, New Zealand earthquakes 59, 73n6
Christianity 23, 273
church organs 485
Churchill, Winston 196
cinema 565–583, 798–799
cinema consciousness 576–577
cinema of television 414
cinema sound 554
cinemas as concert halls 711
cinematography 143, 572–573
and comic art 515
cultural influence of 573–577
and iconic signification 587–605
influence of talkies 567–569, 572–573
influence on the Beatles’ studio sound 565–567, 573–583
and mechanical reproduction 591–593
and sonic virtuality framework 798–799
and sound editing in Hollywood 569–571
and the technologically enhanced voice 486see also film and film music
circular reaction 231
circular tones 730
Citizen Kane (film) 593, 611
Claes, M. 260
Clarity of Auditory Imagery Scale 153
Clark, A. 468
Clark, S. S. 254, 259
Clark, T. 159, 161
Clarke, Eric 231, 233
class divisions 321–322, 336, 384–385, 389, 397, 479, 704
Classen, C. 327
classical epoch in music 38
classical music 140, 255, 639
classical mythology 295
(p. 818) Cleverdon, Douglas 412
Cline, Patsy 297
Clinton, Hillary 297
close mike voice 490n4
Clyde Reflections (Hurrel and Brennan) 551, 557–559
Clyne, Anna 685
co-acting 618–619
co-improvisation 97
co-languages 513
The Cobweb (Rosenman) 601
cochlear sounds 57–60, 64–65, 772
Cochran, Eddie 574
cocreation
and macrosocial imaginaries 393
and radio imaginaries 380–383, 397
and sonic branding 361, 363–364, 371
and spatial imaginaries 383–384, 386, 395
Cocteau, Jean 412
code-switching 276
codes 588–591
cognition
and Burmese spirit worship 279
cognitive auditory processing 790
cognitive awareness 552, 769, 779
cognitive capacities 461f
cognitive constructivism 224
cognitive dissonance 555
cognitive functions 50
cognitive imagination 55, 57, 59, 64–65, 69–70, 73n2
cognitive itch 59
cognitive linguistics 460, 469nn2–3
cognitive metaphors 459–469
cognitive processing 41, 231
cognitive schemata 209–210, 315
cognitive sciences 93, 354, 463
cognitive systems 446, 461f
and constructivism 212
and embodied sensory-motor experience 463
and emergent perception 791–793, 793f
enactive approach to 345–346
historical perspective on sound and imagination 36
and inner voice 93
and language 464–468
and music-space correspondence 735–736
and perception of reality 766–778, 783
and “sensory and cognitive imagination” 73n2
and shared frameworks of sonic imagining 348
and sonic individuation 141
and sonic virtuality framework 790
and sound as sensed relations 44
and sound quality 460–462, 464, 468
and Wundt’s research 42–43
Cohen, Leonard 197–198, 478
Cohn, Neil 512
Cold War 601
Cole, Michael 222
Coleman, Ornette 298
collaboration 212, 214–216, 350
collective anticipation 98
collective fantasies 315
collective identity 239–240, 242
collective tacit knowledge 582
collegium musicum 704
Collins, Harry 581
Collins, Judy 590
colonialism 275, 603
color of sound 36, 60, 296, 469n1, 660–661, 795; see also synesthesia
Coltrane, John 481
Come and See (film) 199n7
Come Out (Reich) 309n9, 456n3
Comella, Rosemary 551
comics 511–542
and aural imagination 515–517
defining 512
and graphic onomatopoeias 517, 524–527, 543n11
and layers of perception 514–515
lettering in 516–524
and manga 436–437
and multisensorality 511, 513
music in 528–538
visual allusion and auditory illusion 538–541
commercial music industry 183–184, 239, 592, 704
commissioning of music 704
Commonwealth Cabaret (radio program) 390
communal connections 270, 345–355
communicative musicality 493, 496–499, 505
community creation 393; see also cocreation
community support for music 705
compact disc (CD) technology 150, 299, 713
comparison 107–108
complex acoustic scene 432
composing 95, 690, 752, 758–759
Composing for the Films (Adorno and Eisler) 589, 601
composition of music
and causality of sound 71
and imagining sounds 55–56
and musical practice 161
and nonphysicality of sounds 62–64
and role of auditory imagination 94
and somatic sounds 59
and vagueness and ambiguity in imagining of sound 111–112
compression 118–119
computer-assisted instruction (CAI) 208
computer-assisted learning (CAL) 208
computer languages 112
computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) 215
computer technology 449, 551
conceptual metaphors 347, 460–461
concert halls 701–715
and emancipation of organized sound 703–704
historical background 702
in modern Western societies 706–708
and multifunctionality 710
and public support 708–711
recent builds and renovations 707t
and sound quality 711–713
and symphony orchestras 704–706
as Vorstellung 701–702
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam 712
concerts 127, 129n14, 750
Condemned: Criminal Origins (game) 803
condensation 47
Condillac, Étienne Bonnot de 134
Confucianism 423, 428, 431
Connor, Steven 338, 502–504
connotations 588–591
consciousness 779
and autobiographical self 280–286, 281t
and creative role of listeners 407
forms of 268–270
and imagining sounds 70–72
and nonphysicality of sound 62–69
and perception of reality 767, 784–786
and phenomenology and auditory imagination 86–91
and physicality of sound 57–58, 60–61, 72–73
Sarangadeva on 21, 22
and scientific limits of sound 66, 67
and shared frameworks of sonic imagining 348
and sound as sensed relations 44
and tools of phenomenology 81
Consciousness Explained (Dennett) 74n18
conservation ideology 323
consonance 40
Constable, John 323, 326
constituted objects 82
construal level theory 801
constructivism 205, 207, 209–212, 218
consumer agency 368
consumer behavior 359–364, 366t, 367–373
consumer culture theory (CCT) 359–361, 363–365, 366t; see also sonic branding
Contemporary Sound Spaces project 329n1
context of music and sound 45, 407–408, 690
continuity illusion 127n2
continuous sonic environment 570
contradistinction 40
control of music 370, 372, 657
conventionalism 432–433, 640
Cook, Nicholas 135, 229
Cooper, Gary 572
Copland, Aaron 117, 126, 207, 453, 683, 690
Copper, C. 158
copyright control 239
Coraline (Selick) 789
Corbin, Alain 771
core-self 235, 268, 280–286
corpus linguistics 465, 469n3
Corriere dei Piccoli 529, 530f
cortical language networks 153
Cosmic Sound 20, 26
cosmology 34
Coulthard, Lisa 338
countercultural groups 318
counterpoint 38, 49, 591
Countryside Commission 320
Couperie, Pierre 512
Courlander, Harold 478
Coursing at Stonehenge (unknown) 319
covert speech 154
“Crazy Rhythm” 599
the created (ahata) 28–29
creativity
artificial intelligence (AI) 112
creative cognitive processing 778–784
creative imagination 657–659
and poetics of sound 405–408, 411
and types of knowledge 206–207
Crepax, Guido 533
Crespin, Régine 291
Crisell, A. 377, 381
Critique of Judgment (Kant) 35–36
Critique of Pure Reason (Kant) 35
Cronenberg, David 610
crooning 474
Crosby, Bing 474
cross-modal connections 463
Crossings (Lucier) 752
crossmodal perception 59–60, 64–65, 74n12
Crowder, R. G. 157
Cruikshank, George 520
Cuban Revolution 587–588
Cudjoe, Seth 390
cue sheets 589
Culbert, D. 180, 186
culture
and affect attunement 236
and audio compression 118–119
cinema as cultural messenger 573–576
and communication through music preference 259
and conceptualization of sound in thought 461
and control of sonic imagination 241–243
cultural associations 241–243, 589
cultural boundaries 422
cultural branding 360, 363
cultural conflict 417n2
cultural essentialism 294
cultural eventscapes 775–776
cultural heritage movement 326
cultural mediation 146n4
cultural sociology and radio imaginaries 379
culturally embedded nature of musicality 499–500
culture-specific knowledge 238
culturesphere 349, 349t
hearing meaning in film music 637
and iconic signification in cinema 593, 600–602
and imaginative transports of listening 686, 690
and musical pitch 466–467
and perception of reality 768, 775
place and context of music 238–239, 244
and sensory order 315
tranquility as cultural heritage 321–323
Cunningham, Merce 141
Curse of the Werewolf (film) 601
Cursus 327–328
Cusick, Suzanne 177, 337–338
Cutworks 486
D
Dadaism 741–742, 760nn3, 6
Dahl, S. 723
Dahlhaus, Carl 747
Daily Mail 196
Daily Mirror 193
daily sounds 438n15
Dalai Lama 26
Damasio, Antonio 268, 280–286
Dammann, R. 46
dance and dance music 59, 138, 236, 242–243, 275, 278, 297, 438n5
“Dance of Hell” (artillery bombardments) 190–191
Danish Broadcasting Corporation 395
Danish television 643
Dansette turntables 566
Dante Alighieri 183
The Dark Knight Returns (Miller) 517
Darmstadt Summer Courses 760n6
Darth Vader theme 774
data storage 755
Daughtry, J. Martin 178, 181, 192, 198n3, 338
Daventry, Claudia 406
Davidson-Kelly, K. 159
Davies, Hunter 573
Davis, Miles 481
Davis, T. F. 567
daydreaming 301, 780
Dazhongli, China 604
De Anima (Aristotle) 33, 552
De Melkmeid (Vermeer) 122–123
deafness 121, 192
Dean, James 573, 575
Dean, R. T. 160
Debord, Guy 744
deceptive cadence 44
decolonization 379
deep breathing 25
deep listening 56, 59
defining imagination 100n11
defining sounds 56–57, 82, 464–466, 679n1
Deleuze, Gilles 120, 204, 223, 324, 379, 595, 673–674, 791, 800–801
deliberate simulations 95
Delitto al cineclub (Leone) 535, 536f
Dell, G. S. 156
Demuth, Carolin 499–500
Den’ei Shōjo (Katsura) 527f
Dengbêj singing 241
Denmark 379, 394, 707
Dennett, Daniel 74n18
DeNora, Tia 346, 372–373, 590
Der Blau Reiter (Kandinsky) 138
Der Virtuos (Busch) 529, 533f
Der Vollkommene Capellmeister (Mattheson) 38
derealization of urban space 120
Derrida, Jacques 339, 588, 591–592
Des-agréments d’un voyage d’agrément 529, 532f
Descartes, René 485
description of sounds 108
Deutsch, Diana 309n9
“Deutschland, Deutschland über Alles” 598
developmental psychology
and communicative musicality 496–497
and constructivist epistemology 209–210
developmental psycholinguistics 494–496
and musical preferences 254
and primordial auditory experience 500, 502
and radio imaginaries 377
sound exposure in early childhood development 494–496
and sound in childhood development 493
Dewey, John 128n8, 279
Dial M for Murder (film) 572
dialectics 39, 364
dialects 479–480
dialogical approaches 212, 349–354, 557–559
dialogical thinking 347
dialogue 155, 204, 579–580
diaspora communities 242
Dickens, Charles 783–784
Dickinson, Emily 414
Dictionary of Films (Sadoul) 591
Diderot, Denis 132–135, 676, 698n17
diegesis
and comic art 511–512, 514, 516, 522, 525–526, 533, 535, 537
diegetic sound effects 139
hearing meaning in film music 635
and iconic signification in cinema 588, 593, 598
and male protagonist trope 646n8
Dieterle, William 597
differentiation of sounds 133
Diffloth, Gérard 426
digital technology
and avant-garde music 755
digital communication 211
digital communities 665–666
and material metaphors 221–223
pitch manipulation 482
reverberation 663–664
and sound quality descriptors 465–466
and the technologically enhanced voice 486
and technology-supported learning 215
and vagueness and ambiguity in imagining of sound 106, 109see also video and digital games
(p. 822) Dillard, Annie 407, 410
Dingemanse, Mark 426
Dion, Celine 300, 478, 774
direct cortical stimulation 60–61, 74n15
direct injection box (DI) 566
direction 720–721
directional microphones 490n4
Directions of Sounds from the Bridge (Lucier) 752
dirty sound 338
disability 190
discipline 27
disconnection 779–780
discontinuity 658
discursive media 222
Disney 526, 543n8
displeasure 42
disruption 553
dissociation 120, 779–780
dissonance 40, 44–45
distance of sounds 721–727, 729, 732–733, 736n4, 770
distortion 484
distracted listening 118
distributed cognition 460
distributed imagination 230, 235, 238–239, 240–241, 244
distribution of imagination 230
division of labor 520, 565–566, 569, 578–579
Dix, Otto 190
DJs 216, 361, 371, 382
documentary 179–180
Dogville (film) 616
Dolar, Mladen 296, 299
Dolby Digital 556
Dolle-Weinkauff, Bernd 512
domestic environments 410
dominant seventh chord 447–448
Dominguín 529, 531f
Domino, Fats 574
Don Juan (Byron) 324
Don Juan (film) 568
Doppler Effect 718, 721, 770
Doré, Gustave 521, 528–529, 532f
Dorgelès, Roland 187
Douglas, Susan 381
Downton Abbey (television series) 636
doxic modality 87–88, 88t, 90–91, 93, 96
dreams 56, 62
Dresden bombings 179
Dreyblatt, Arnold 751, 755–756, 762nn27–29
drill-and-practice applications 209
Driskell, J. E. 158
Drive-In Music (Neuhaus) 757
Drooker, Eric 517
drug use 581
Drummond, William 322
drums
and African radio broadcasts 392t, 393
and imagining narratives 453
and macrosocial imaginaries 390
and Nat Pwe trance ritual 277
and physicality of sound 59
DTS 556
duality and dualist philosophy
and Burmese spirit worship 273
Dennett’s critique of 74n18
and imagining sounds 70
and Nat Pwe trance ritual 273
and perception of reality 765–766
and phenomenal perspective on sound 73
and radio imaginaries 377
and scientific limits of sound 66
and sound design in museum settings 559–560
dubbing studios 570
Duchamp, Marcel 72, 742, 745, 760n7
Duffy, Maureen 321
Dunn, P. G. 253
Duo for Pianists I (Wolff) 745
Duras, Marguerite 146n6
duration of sounds 717, 721–723, 725–727, 725t, 726t, 729, 732–733
durée (duration) 800–801
Durrington Walls 318
Dutch language 483
DVDs 639
Dvořák, Antonin 791
Dylan, Bob 480
dynamic representation 161–164
dynamic shape 724
Dyson, Frances 483
dystopian imagery 184
(p. 823) E
earphones 561–562, 776
earthquakes 59, 555
“Earwitness” (Weijer) 128n11
earworms 121, 128, 151–152, 631
echolocation 777
Eco, Umberto 512, 524, 589, 594, 598–599
ecological approach 231
ecological listening 127
ecologies 232
ecology of fear 338
economic structure of music business 706
ecosphere 349, 349t
Écoute or Listening (Miller) 549, 550f
écriture automatique (automatic writing) 744
ecstatic practices 267
Eddins, John M. 209
Edison, Thomas 106, 591, 663–664
Edison Diamond Disc 663
Edo Period 436
education
and constructivism 209–212
shifting metaphors in 203–224
and use of technology 205, 208–209
Edwards, David Eugene 484
Eerola, T. 348, 354
effects of absence 131
Egidi, Giovanna 446
Ehrenfels, C. Von 31
Eichmann, Adolf 342
eidetic variation 82, 350
eigentones 662
eight track recording 566
Eimert 56
Einbildung 116
Einstein, Albert 765, 800
Eisenstein, Sergei 424, 553, 590–591
Eisler, Hans 589, 594, 601
Eisner, Will 519
Eitan, Zohar 463
El mago (Trillo and Mandrafina) 537–538
electric media 706
Electrical Walks (Kubisch) 759
electroacoustics 785
electronics and electronic sound
electroacoustic community 665–666
electroacoustic music 656–657, 659–660
electroacoustic processes 56, 60, 67, 100n5
electrochemical stimulation 68
electronic composition 56, 412, 646n7
electronic music 59, 210–211
electronic recording technology 71–72
electronics and electronic sound 412–413, 438n15; see also digital technology
and poetics of sound 412–413see also technology and technological advance
“Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” (Gray) 322
eletrochemical stimulation 64
elevation 719–720
Elfman, Danny 636
Elleström, Lars 134–135
emakimono 436
embedded melodies 151
embodied cognition 268, 279, 459, 460, 673
embodied imagination 231
embodied listening 609–625
embodied resonator 347
embodied sensory-motor experience 463–464
embodied simulations 347
emergent creation 672
emergent environment 676
emergent perception 106, 229, 674, 709–710, 790–798, 792f, 793f, 801–803, 805–806
emergent phenomena 85–86
emergent self 235, 501–505
emergent sound 674
Emerick, Geoff 565–566, 580
EMI label 577, 582
emotion
and auditory attentional associations 775
emotional self-regulation 236, 256
and iconic signification in cinema 593–595
and joint engagement in music 351–352
and perception of reality 772–775
and sonic virtuality framework 792–793, 796–797, 796f, 800, 805
and spatial perception 776–777
and vocal timbre 304
empathy 177, 414
Empfindsamer Stil movement 636
(p. 824) Empfindung 44
empiricism and empirical psychology
and the auditory imaginary 67–69
and basis of phenomenology 75n31
and emergent perception 794
empirical field-recording 72
empirical psychology 81
historical perspective on sound and imagination 35, 50
and imagining unimaginable space 718–725
and phenomenal perspective on sound 72–73
and sensation of sound 32–34
and shifting metaphors 203–204
and war sounds 189–190
Empty Vessels (Lucier) 752
En minister krydser sit spor (documentary) 643
end of life 262
“Endless Column” (Brancusi) 727–728, 728f, 736n5
Endless Column (Etude no. 14) (Ligeti) 718, 727–734, 731f, 734f
endosonic sounds and music 366, 675, 795–798, 796f, 801–805
energy 28
Engels, R. C. 798
Engeström, Yrjö 220
English culture 321–323
English Heritage and the National Trust 313, 315, 317, 319, 321–323, 325, 327
English Reformation 325
Enlightenment 25–26, 269, 335
ensemble performance 160, 702–703
enteric nervous system 767
entertainment entrepreneurs 705
Enthusiasm (film) 591
entrainment 368
Entwurf (projection) 791
environment of sounds 432–433, 665, 671–679
Epicurus 48
episteme (scientific knowledge) 206
epistemology
and educational paradigm shifts 224
epistemic tools 220–221
epistemic virtues 333
epistemological metaphors 204
and evocative power of sound 137
and musical knowledge and metaphor 205
objectivists and constructivist 207–212
and shared frameworks of sonic imagining 348
and the sonic abject 337
epoché 81, 141
Erens, Cilia 124, 126
Ericsson, K. Anders 214
Erikson, E. H. 254–256, 255t, 259
ESP (Neve and Caracuzzo) 538, 539f
ethnic associations 241–243
ethnography 96–98, 314, 367–373, 369t
ethnomusicology 51, 389
ethos 315
Euler, Leonhard 36
European broadcasting 385, 396
event-related potentials (ERPs) 151
event scores 746, 761n14
eventscapes 775–776
Everett, Vince 567
evocative power 135–137
evocative space 352
evolution 679n2
Ewe Drumming 390
Ex Machina (film) 613
Excitable Speech (Butler) 340
excitation 42
executive attention network 779
Exercises (Wolff) 745
exo-environment 675, 677, 678
The Exorcist (film) 609
exosonic sounds and music 366, 675, 795–798, 796f, 802–805
exoticism 640
expansive learning theory 220, 221
expectation 88t, 796f
Expedition Robinson (film) 644
experience-based knowledge 206
experimental aesthetics 41–42
experimental music 59, 73n6
“Experimental Music” (Cage) 746
experimental psychology 39–43, 46, 99, 735
extended cognition hypothesis 460
extended mind approach 354
externality of sound 58, 73; see also physicality of sound
extraexperiential sound 486, 488
extramusical associations 346
(p. 825) F
Facebook 361, 371–372
facial disfigurement 189–190, 189f
fade-outs 395
Faithfull, Marianne 478
fake stagings 758
false memory syndrome 800
familiarity 630–632, 634, 664
Fang, Achilles 430
fasting 23
F.E.A.R. (game) 803
Fechner, Gustav Theodor 40–41, 44, 46–47, 50
feedback mechanisms 60, 661
Feeling and Form (Langer) 146n5
The Feeling of What Happens (Damasio) 280
Feld, Stephen 337, 686, 688–689
Feldman, Morton 56–57
Felman, Soshana 342
felt sound 133–134, 620
The Feminine Mystique (Friedan) 274
Fernyhough, C. 154
Ferrer, R. 259
fetal development 251, 494; see also infants
feudalism 703
fiction 431–433
Fidelio (Beethoven) 476
fidelity of sound 663
field recordings 389–390
Fifth Piano Concerto (Beethoven) 684, 691, 697n2
Fifth Symphony (Beethoven) 594
fighting words doctrine 341
filling in the gaps 631
film and film music
and the audible imagination 125–126
and the Beatles 581–582
and classical music 639
and embodied listening 609–625
and English culture 322
and evocative power of sound 136
film editing 595–596
hearing meaning in 634–640
and multimodal articulation 139
and perception of reality 771
and sonic branding 774
and sound quality descriptors 475
and the Stonehenge Environment Improvement Project 316–317
and synchresis concept 142
and technological advances 474
and video games 803
Film and Phenomenology (Casebier) 611
Financial Times 302
fire 22
fireside chats 474
First Amendment 341
First and Last Things (Wells) 105
Firth of Clyde 557
Fish, Stanley 339, 342–343
float therapy tanks 25
Florida, Richard 710
Fludernik, Monika 447
flutes 298, 484, 641–642, 643
Fluxus 742, 746, 748, 755, 757, 761n18
FM broadcasting 378, 384–389
focus 781–782
folk psychology 42–43
Folkestad, Göran 204, 206–207, 222–223
Folkmann, Mads Nygaard 454
footpaths 320, 327, 329
For 1, 2, or 3 People (Wolff) 745
For the Last and First Time (Calle) 551–552, 556
Forbidden Planet (film) 601
Ford, Lena Gilbert 184
forestilling 701; see also Vorstellung
formal-linguistic language acquisition 505
forms 48–49
Forster, E. M. 195–196, 594
Forsyth, Michael 702
Foucault, Michel 222, 749–750, 756
“Four Books and the Five Classics” 431
“4'33"” (Cage) 63–64, 554
Fourth Symphony (Brahms) 603
Fox, Aaron 335, 336
Frame Analysis (Goffman) 573
Frampton, Peter 489
Frank, César 596
(p. 826) Frankel, Benjamin 601
Freberg, Stan 784
free association 46
free beauty (pulchritudo vaga) 35
free-field conditions 661
Freed, George 579
Freemantle, Glenn 622–624
Freiburg Heinrich-Strobel Foundation 762n26
Frellesvig, Bjarke 425–426
French language 483
French Revolution 759
frequency masking 557–559
Fresnault-Deruelle, Pierre 512
Freud, Sigmund 46–47, 125, 333, 501–502
Freud (film) 601
Frezza, Gino 512
Fried, Michael 698n17
Friedhofer, Hugo 598
Frith, Simon 384, 397, 483
frontal lobes 121
Frost, Robert 404
Frozen Planet (television series) 410
functional continuity 161–162
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) 795
functional music 703
fundamental structure 49
Für Augen und Ohren 762n31
Furies 295
fusion (Verschmeltzung) 40
futurism 526, 741–742, 760n3
Futurist writing 189–190, 193
G
Gaisberg, Will 185
The Gale Encyclopedia of the Unusual and Unexplained (Steiger and Steiger) 268–269
Gallagher, S. 94, 97, 100n2, 347, 468–469
Gallery of Modern Art (Glasgow) 558
gallery spaces 551, 553, 556–557, 559–561, 562n1
Gallese, Vittorio 455
Garbo, Greta 479
Gardner, Howard 211
Garner, Tom A.
and conceptions of sound 106
on emergent perception 229
on imagination as “impression” 370
and imagined speech 364–365
and modes of hearing 85–86
and nature of sound events 100n10
and perceptual hypothesis 673
and sonic virtuality framework 670
Gasca, Luis 512
Gascoyne, David 412
The Gate of the Kiss (Brancusi) 736n5
“Gegensatz” 40
gender roles and identity
and abjection 336
and cinema 575
hearing meaning in film music 636–637, 640
and musical preferences 253–254
and Nat Pwe trance ritual 273–276, 287n1
and pitch range 476–477
and stereotypes in film 642
Gender Trouble (Butler) 274
generational gaps 566
generative theory of tonal music (GTTM) 49
generic sound effects 526
genetic constitution 82
genius myth 240
Genji monogatari 431–432
genocide 198n2, 339–340, 342
genotext 334
genre 368
Geoffrey of Monmouth 324–325
geometry 39, 41
German enlightenment 31
German idealism 41
German language 483
Gerrig, Richard J. 446
Gerzso, Andrew 706
Gesamtkunstwerk (Wagner) 142, 528, 750
Gesang der Jünglinge (Stockhausen) 124
Gestalt Quality 31, 45
gestures 447, 616–617
Getz. Stan 481
Ghana 379, 391, 393
Giacomantonio, S. G. 254, 259
Giammanco, Roberto 512
Gibson, James 497
gijōgo (psychomimes) 427
Gilbert, G. 184, 188
(p. 827) Gilberto, Astrid 480
Gilda (Vidor) 535
Gillespie, Dizzy 481
Gillray, James 520
Gilmore, J. 709
giongo (inanimate phonomimes) 427, 436
The Girl Can’t Help It (film) 574
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 646n8
giseigo (animate phonomimes) 427, 436
gitaigo (phenomimes) 427, 436
Gladwell, Shaun 559, 561
Glastonbury Abbey 324–325
Glennie, Evelyn 59, 100n10, 679n3
global monism 30n4
The Godfather (film) 479
Godøy, R. I. 164n2
Goehr, Lydia 473
Goffman, Erving 573, 577, 581
Goh, Meow Hui 431
Gold, Ernest 601
Goldbach, Christian 46
Golden Hall of Theophilus Hansen 712
Golden Section 41
Goldsmith, Jerry 601
Golinkoff, Roberta 495
Goodman, Steve 128n6, 338
Goodwin, Andrew 466
Gorgon 295
Gosling, S. D. 253, 257, 259–260
gospel music 478
Gounaropoulos, A. 467
government censorship 115
GPS 758
Gracyk, T. 795
grammar 39, 495, 621, 778
gramophones 177, 377, 591, 663
Grand Tour 321
Grandville, Jean-Jacques 529, 532f
Granic, I. 798
graphemes 425
graphic onomatopoeias 515, 517, 524–527, 543n11
Gratier, Maya 499
Gravity (film) 622–624
Gray, Thomas 322
Greasley, A. E. 258, 260
The Great Archive (Dreyblatt) 756
Greek culture 520, 702
Greek mythology 295, 299
Greek philosophy 29, 429
Greek theater 474
Greenaway, Peter 128n10
Greenstreet, Sydney 599
Gregg, M. J. 161
Gregorian chants 145n3, 717
grenades 186
Griaule, Marcel 602
Grieg, Edvard 589
Griffith, Niall 466–467
Grimshaw-Aagaard, Mark 804
on emergent perception 229
on imagination as “impression” 370
and imagined speech 364–365
and modes of hearing 85–86
and nature of sound events 100n10
on “phantom words” 309n9
on sound/smell correspondence 463
Groensteen, Thierry 512
Gross-Hugo, Valentine 529, 534f
Groth, Jacob 646n8
group music performance 351
Grundig 386–389, 387f, 388f, 397, 398n8
GSM telephony 486
Guattari, Félix 204, 223
Gubaidulina, Sofia 686
Gubern, Román 512
Guevara, Ernesto “Che” 587
gugyeol 425
Guillaume, Albert 521, 523f
Guitar Hero 209
Gunraj, D. N. 155, 158
Guyne’s, Sean A. 524
gyi waing 277
Gypsy Child Thieves (documentary) 641–644
H
Habermas, Jürgen 381, 703–704
habitus 589
Hague, Ian 511, 513, 542n1
Haikai poetics 433–434
Hakkarainen, Kai 212, 221
hal 269
Halbwachs, Maurice 590
Haley, Bill 573–574
(p. 828) Hall, Edward 477
hallucinations 56, 62, 121, 780, 785
Hamlet (Shakespeare) 405, 573, 581
Hammer, #2 (Vietti and Olivares) 541
hán văn 425
hangul writing 426
hanja 426
hanmun 425
Hansen, Al 746
Hansen, Theophilus 712
Hanslick, Eduard 39
Haolun, Shu 604
happenings 408, 743–744, 746, 748, 755
haptic image (Tastbild) 134
haptic link (Nahsicht) 134
haptic sounds 623
Harari, Yuval 785
Haraway, Donna 219
A Hard Day’s Night (film) 575
Hardy, Thomas 322, 408–409
Hare Krishnas 477
Hargreaves, David 207, 230, 233, 238, 243–244, 244n1, 252
Harley Davidson 371
harmony and harmonics 39, 48, 662
Harpa concert house 707–715, 707t
Harris, Calvin 251
Harris, M. 494
Harris, Mary Emma 743
Harrison, George 567, 574
Harvey, Jonathan 411
Harvey, Robert C. 512
hasaing waing 276–277, 277f, 286
hate speech 336–337, 340, 342
Hatfield, Charles 513
hatha yoga 25, 27
Haugsbakk, Geir 216
The Haunting (film) 601
“Hava Nagila” 603
Have, Iben 643
Hawking, Stephen 488
Hawks, Howard 477
Haydn, Josef 636, 753
Hays, T. 261
Hayworth, Rita 535
headphones
and audio compression 118
and imaginative transports of listening 683
and sonic individuation 142
and sound design in museum settings 561–562
and sound editing in Hollywood 570
and soundwalks 128n5
hearing
hearing imagery 157
hearing loss 192
hearing meaning 634–640
hearing music 629–634
hearing vs. listening 690
modes of 84–86
and perception of reality 133, 766, 768–770see also listening
“Hearing the Ways” (Tomlinson) 415
hearkening 64–65, 67–69, 71–72, 73n1
heart rates 107
Hebb, Donald 773–774, 777
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 23, 41, 299
Heian Period 431
Heian vernacular fiction 431–433
Heidegger, Martin 791
and ambiguity in imagining of sound 109
and conceptualizations of music 245n3