Noisy Modernization? On the History and Historicization of Sound.: Introduction to the Special Collection "Sound and Modernity" (edited by the writers)

B1 Non-refereed journal articles


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Publication Details

List of Authors: Josephine Hoegaerts, Kaarina Kilpiö
Publisher: Stichting International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity
Place: Utrecht
Publication year: 2019
Journal: The International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity
Issue number: 7
eISSN: 2213-0624


Abstract

Sound ‘does’ things to places, to people and to time: it can affect change. This collection focuses specifically on the role sound has played as an agent of modernity. How were sound and music used as the material of modernization, how did they help create group identities, how were they mobilized in asserting power? In order to study this active quality of sound and music in the formation of the modern world, the contributors to this collection propose an interdisciplinary approach, including methods from sound studies and cultural musicology, and data from archives as well as record collections and catalogues.


Keywords

cultural musicology, etnomusikologia, Music analysis, music and gender, music history, Music history, musicology, noise management, Soundscape, Äänitetuotanto

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