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Battier, Marc

Electroacoustic Music Studies and the Danger of Loss

2004

Organised Sound: Vol. 9 no. 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 47-53.

Encompassing more than a century, music created through the use of diverse artificial audio technologies faces loss: of written documents, of musical scores, of instruments, machines and devices, of functional electronic components, of techniques and of a sense of the necessity which drove musicians to use a particular technology in a given context. In turn, the loss of documents leads to misunderstanding or oblivion. Today’s electroacoustic music studies offer ways to remedy the danger of loss.

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Thursday 14 July 2005, by Leigh Landy