Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

Ursprünglich Aetherophon. Genannt auch Ätherwelleninstrument. Ist ein 1920 erfundenes elektronisches Musikinstrument. Es ist das einzige verbreitete Musikinstrument. Das berührungslos gespielt wird und dabei direkt Töne erzeugt. Sein Name geht auf den Erfinder. Den Russen Lew Termen. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

Der sich in den USA Leon Theremin nannte. Trevor Pinch and David Reinecke. “ Technostalgia. How old gear lives on in new music”. In Karin Bijsterveld and José van Dijck. Audio Technologies. Memory and Cultural Practices. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

Age has become a fetish in the world of guitars where large amounts of money are paid for a specially “ reliced” guitar. The culture of the Netherlands is diverse. Reflecting regional differences as well as the foreign influences built up by centuries of the Dutch people' s mercantile and explorative spirit. The Netherlands and its people have long played an important role as centre of cultural liberalism and tolerance. The Dutch Golden Age is popularly regarded as its zenith. Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden. Diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. Memory and Cultural. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

Chapter One Storing Sound Souvenirs. The Multi- Sited Domestication of the Tape Recorder. Karin Bijsterveld and Annelies Jacobs Loek van IJzendoorn. A Dutch Philips employee caught by the fever of recording. Purchased his first reel- to- reel recorder in the mid- 1960s. Memory and Cultural Practices Karin Bijsterveld & Jose van Dijck. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

Memory and Cultural Practices Volume 2 of Transformations in art and culture. Karin Bijsterveld. Amsterdam University Press. Karin Bijsterveld and Jose van Dijck. Sound Souvenirs is an ambitious volume. And expansiveness that stretches far beyond its mere 218 pages. Uniting the four disparate sections under the umbrella of. Feels unwieldy and somewhat arbitrary at points. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

This collection is really four separate books in one; each of. SOUVENIRS - JSTOR HomeSound Souvenirs Audio Technologies. Memory and Cultural Practices Edited by Karin Bijsterveld & José van Dijck Amsterdam University Press. - Maastricht UniversityKarin Bijsterveld. Graduated in history in the late 1980s. And is now professor of Science. Technology & Modern Culture at Maastricht University. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

She is author of Mechanical Sound. Culture and Public Problems of Noise in the Twentieth Century. With José van Dijck. Of Sound Souvenirs. Reviewed by Geeta Dayal R. Murray Schafer coined the term. In The Soundscapeto describe what the editors of the eponymous book. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

Sound Souvenirs - In recent decades. The importance of sound for remembering the past and for creating a sense of belonging has been increasingly acknowledged. Such as cassette tapes and long play albums in our attics because we want to be able to recreate the music and everyday sounds we once cherished. Artists and ordinary listeners deploy the newest digital audio technologies to recycle past sounds into present tunes. Sound and memory are inextricably intertwined. Not just through. Research - Karin Bijsterveld. - Maastricht UniversityKarin Bijsterveld& 39; s current research focuses on topics at the crossroads of Science and Technology Studies and Sound Studies. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

She has published on the history of public problems of noise. On the sounds of the past. And on the relationship between music and technology in Social Studies of Science. Technology and Culture. Historical Journal. Sound Souvenirs - Karin Bijsterveld

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