Theatre noise : the sound of performance /

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Imprint:Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2011.
Description:1 online resource (xxxv, 227 pages) : illustrations
Subject:Theaters -- Sound effects.
Theater -- Production and direction.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Theater -- History & Criticism.
Theatre studies.
Other performing arts.
Interdisciplinary studies.
Theater -- Production and direction.
Theaters -- Sound effects.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Varying Form of Title:Sound of performance
Other authors / contributors:Kendrick, Lynne.
Roesner, David.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary:This book is a timely contribution to the emerging field of the aurality of theatre and looks in particular at the interrogation and problematisation of theatre sound(s). Both approaches are represented in the idea of 'noise' which we understand both as a.
Other form:Print version: Theatre noise. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2011 9781443834407
Standard no.:9786613581297
Table of Contents:
  • Preface / Patrice Pavis
  • Introduction / Lynne Kendrick and David Roesner
  • Towards theatre noise / Ross Brown
  • Sound reproduction techniques in theatre : a case of mediatic resistance / Jean-Mark Larrue
  • Performing sound/sounding spaces / John Collins
  • From musicalisation of theatre to musicality of film : Beckett's Play on stage and screen / Danijela Kulezic-Wilson
  • Intrusive noises : the performative power of theatre sounds / Katharina Rost
  • Towards a (negative) philosophy of voice / Alice Lagaay
  • Vocal landscaping : the theatre of sound in audiowalks / Misha Myers
  • Radical vocality, auditory distress and disembodied voice : the resolution of the voice-body in the Wooster Group's La Didone / Pieter Verstraete
  • Aural acts : theatre and the phenomenology of listening / George Home-Cook
  • The bewitched : Harry Partch and the liberation of enslaved musicians / Tim White
  • Noises on : sights and sites of sound in Apollinaire's The breasts of Tiresias / Adrian Curtin
  • Hear and now : how technologies have changed sound practices / Eric Vautrin
  • The mechanics of noise : theatricality and the automated instrument in Heiner Goebbels' Theatre and Pat Metheny's Jazz / David Roesner
  • Melodic intentions : speaking text in postdramatic dance theatre / Zachary Dunbar
  • Applied aurality : noise and the aesthetics of access in Graeae's Reasons to be cheerful / Lynne Kendrick
  • The sounds of hearing / Marie-Madeleine Mervant-Roux
  • Noise, conceptual noise and the potential of audience participation / Gareth White
  • All around the place : sound immersion and the theatre / Jeanne Bovet.