Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||The city in the 21st century|
|LC Classifications||HT177.L7 P48 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010004924|
Sound, Space, and the City: Civic Performance in Downtown Los Angeles (The City in the Twenty-First Century) by Marina Peterson () Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: Marina Peterson. In Sound, Space, and the City, Marina Peterson explores the processes—from urban renewal to the performance of ethnicity and the experiences of audiences—through which civic space is created at downtown : Marina Peterson. Sound, Space, and the City Book Description: On summer nights on downtown Los Angeles's Bunker Hill, Grand Performances presents free public concerts for the people of the city. Citation Information. Sound, Space, and the City. Civic Performance in Downtown Los Angeles. University of Pennsylvania Press. Pages: 1– ISBN (Online.
In Sound, Space, and the City, Marina Peterson explores the processes—from urban renewal to the performance of ethnicity and the experiences of audiences—through which civic space is created at music performances in downtown Los Angeles. Tuned City – between sound- and space speculation Edited by Anne Kockelkorn, Doris Kleilein, Gesine Pagels und Carsten Stabenow Seiten, german/english, with Illustrations by Andreas Töpfer. EUR(D) 25,00 / EUR(A) 25,70 ISBN KOOK BOOKS Basically a 3-star-book by today's standards, this has had to be quite a tour de force when Charlie Gillett's first version was published. It is easy to pick holes or point out facts he got wrong (even in the revised edition I've read), but back in those days you didn't have decades worth of music retrospective anthology publishing building on top of one another, reissues, legacy /5. What distinguishes Sound, Space, and the City from the current wave of anthropological analyses of citizenship is Peterson's ethnomusicological [End Page ] perspective. As a performing cellist, Peterson invites the reader to consider her position in the field as a .
The book offers an exploration of intersecting concerns of urban residents and scholars today that include social relations and diversity, public space and civic life, privatization and suburbanization and economic and cultural a moment when cities around the world are undertaking similar efforts to revitalize their centers, Sound, Space, and the City conveys the underlying tensions of such . Finally, Space Caviar, the Genoese design research collective headed by long-time collaborator Joseph Grima, Tamar Shafar and Andrea Bagnato (building into a very interesting wider group, incl. SImone Niquille) asked me to write a piece for a Lars Muller-published collection about domestic space, aka the home. This is the book, 'SQM: The. Seasoned city-stroller, John McCullough, returns to the Poetry School with his new course, The Sound of the City, a cross-town train ride through the exciting sounds, juxtapositions and energy of modern urban life. With their dense, swarming zones of activity, cities have long provided powerful sources of poetic inspiration, giving form and impetus to many of the 20th and 21st centuries. Thompson’s book sets the stage for Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall by addressing various shifts and developments that helped to shape the “soundscape” of the modern city: [SLIDE 35] developments including the emergence of new sound recording and broadcast technologies, of acoustical engineering, and of new acoustical architectural materials; the cultivation of new techniques and tastes in the “culture of listening” .