The authors of Spaces Speak, Are You Listening? discuss aural architecture, auditory spatial awareness and the gradual transformation of the listening experience into primarily an aural privacy completely divorced from physical surroundings.
Excerpts cut from Ross’s new book on listening to the 20th century.
An interview with the editor of CageTalk: Dialogues with and about John Cage (University of Rochester Press).
An excerpt from the experimental novel Cadenza for the Schneidermann Violin Concerto.
An interview with Charles Hamm as well as an appreciation and excerpts from his landmark 1983 book, Music in the New World in celebration of his receiving the American Music Center’s first-ever Music Educator Award.
Excerpted from Computer Models of Musical Creativity by David Cope.
A critical look at three recent music books published by the MIT Press: Computer Models of Musical Creativity by David Cope; Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Psychology of Expectation by David Huron; and Gareth Loy’s Musimathics: The Mathematical Foundations of Music, Volume One.