An immensely useful book by one of the UKÕs early experimenters and pioneers in sound art, and a working authority in the field. This book collects much of his own writing on environmental listening, musical history, improvisation and indeterminacy, new instruments, audio art and installations and includes project descriptions and workbooks. 124 pp, with pictures and photographs. The CD contains a great collection of early plunderphonia, installation recordings, pieces for invented instruments and sound sculptures, musical boxes and found instruments (buzzers, dot matrix printers, eggslicers, tin can and fishing line &c). An important contribution to the field.
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