A Brief Morphology of Electric Sound
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Edited volume - paperback
CAHIER-M is about the morphology of electric sound. This inherently single-layered type of sound is discussed in the light of 'neo-plastic' music as suggested by the painter Piet Mondriaan in the 1920's. He advocated a kind of music that consisted of single-layered, 'single-colour' electric sounds.
Furthermore, CAHIER-M devotes ample attention to the morphological relationship between the typically uniform nature of electric sound and the multi-layered sound structures used by post-WWII serial composers. The discussion of this subject also covers layering (photo)graphic images as practised by the French physiologist E.J. Marey at the end of the 19th century, flipping monadic sound aggregates as practised by Karel Goeyvaerts since 1952, the application of so-called 'horizontal arpeggios' by Pierre Boulez around 1980, and the introduction of 'liquid forms' in contemporary architecture.
These aspects are illustrated based on a still valid morphological analysis of sound conducted by the author between 1963 and 1967.
CAHIER-M comprises four chapters: 'Invented Sound', 'Diagonal Sound', 'Composed Sound' and 'Spatial Sound'.
A dutch edition is also available.
1. Invented Sound
2. Diagonal Sound
From standing sound to projected sound
3. Composed Sound
From 'plaque fixe' to horizontal arpeggio
4. Spatial Sound
From the smallest sound to liquid fForm
Format: Edited volume - paperback
Size: 240 × 150 mm
Publication: November 21, 2000
Stock item number: 45641