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Edgar Varèse „Wspomnienia i myśli”

Lipiec 17, 2016

Moja muzyka opiera się na ruchu mas dźwiękowych pozbawionych wzajemnych związków: pozbawionych w tym sensie, że poruszają się one równocześnie z różnymi prędkościami. Cieszę się, że nastanie kiedyś czas, gdy nauka wzbogaci środki realizacji, już dzisiaj swobodna w tym sensie równoczesność metryczna dzięki elektronice znalazła się koniec końców w zasięgu możliwości. „Res facta” 01/1967, przeł. […]

Gerard Béhague, „Rap, Reggae, Rock, or Samba: The Local and the Global in Brazilian Popular Music (1985-95)”

Sierpień 17, 2014

Latin American Music Review / Revista de Música Latinoamericana, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Spring – Summer, 2006) pdf For the last fifteen years or so, Brazil has seen a social fragmentation (predominantly urban) and a parallel growing diversity in its popular music expressions. In 1985 Brazil returned to a democratic government after over twenty years of […]

Gerard Béhague, „Bossa & Bossas: Recent Changes in Brazilian Urban Popular Music”

Lipiec 19, 2014

Ethnomusicology, Vol. 17, No. 2 (May, 1973) pdf   Brazilian urban popular music of the last fifteen years has undergone drastic changes. The determinant factors for these changes are numerous and varied, and some of those will be briefly mentioned in this study. Since the advent of bossa nova (1958-59), the history of popular music in […]

Charles A. Perrone, „From Noigandres to „Milagre da Alegria”: The Concrete Poets and Contemporary Brazilian Popular Music”

Maj 5, 2014

Latin American Music Review / Revista de Música Latinoamericana, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Spring – Summer, 1985) pdf   The first discussion of affinities between concrete poetry and Brazilian popular music dates to 1960, when critic Brasil Rocha Brito incorporated observations by Augusto de Campos into the first interpretative essay about Bossa Nova. Commenting on outstanding compositions […]

Sarah Hamilton-Tyrrell, „Mário de Andrade, Mentor: Modernism and Musical Aesthetics in Brazil, 1920-1945”

Luty 6, 2014

The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 88, No. 1 (Spring, 2005) pdf Inspired by the approaching centenary of independence, turn-of-the-century intellectuals reconsidered the nation’s values. Evolving alongside the series of social and economic transformations affecting the country, a multifaceted ideology emerged as the fundamental basis of Brazilian modernism, and the first two decades of the twentieth century […]

Sebastian Rerak, „Chłepcąc ciekły hel – historia yassu” [fragmenty]

Grudzień 11, 2013

Książka do kupienia tutaj. Nie bez powodu wywołuję tutaj z kontrkulturowych zaświatów duchy Totartu, rozprawiam o jazzie i punku. Absolutnie nie przez przypadek piszę również o improwizacji. Yass, który jest przedmiotem niniejszej książki, to konsekwencja Totartu, punkowa translacja jazzowego idiomu i improwizacja – środków, form, ideologii – doprowadzona do intrygującego ekstremum. Wyłoniony z undergroundu iskrzącego […]

Percy Grainger „The Impress of Personality in Unwritten Music”

Wrzesień 25, 2013

originally published in „The Musical Quarterly” , Vol. 1, No. 3 (Jul., 1915) pdf Grainger / The International Percy Grainger Society / The Percy Grainger Society / Grainger Studies With regard to music, our modem Western civilization produces, broadly speaking, two main types of educated men. On the one hand the professional musician or leisured amateur-enthusiast who spends the […]

Ali Jihad Racy „Record Industry and Egyptian Traditional Music: 1904-1932”

Sierpień 2, 2013

„Ethnomusicology”, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Jan., 1976) pdf Egyptian phonograph history and recordings made only before the mid-1930s have been examined here. I have discussed the crop of recordings made during what may be considered the phonograph era in Egypt. The closing year of this era is roughly the year 1932. The choice of this […]

Susana Loza „Sampling (Hetero)Sexuality: Diva-Ness and Discipline in Electronic Dance Music”

Maj 16, 2013

„Popular Music”, Vol. 20, No. 3, Gender and Sexuality (Oct., 2001) pdf So electronic dance music, popular culture and modern science inject the flesh with fantasies of immorality, limitless pleasures, and unadultered agency. With their tax-funded market research and their potent techno-imaginings, entertainment systems, netters, digital dance music producers, and radically hopeful scientists prepare human […]