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Delalande, François

Musique électroacoustique, coupure et continuité


Ars Sonora, No 4. Paris: Ars Sonora/CDMC: 25-55.
Musurgia, Vol. 3, No. 3. Paris: Eska: 36-55.

The history of electroacoustic music can be read as part of a continuity from the baroque period to today or alternatively as an historical break. Continuity can be found in the research following the evolution from the note to the sound, from making to listening. The break is contained in the recording medium as a tool for the composer.

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Monday 18 July 2005, by Pierre Couprie

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