Paul HegartyNoise Music: A History


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Paul Hegarty: Noise Music

Noise Music: A History by Paul Hegarty is comprehensive guide to the historical and aesthetic context of noise music. The text covers a multitude of examples of this sonic phenomenon from the early 20th century up to contemporary musicians. In Noise Music: A History Paul Hegarty creates a stunning argument for the acceptance of noise as a transitional state in music: what was once noise can become commonplace, and what was once commonplace can become noise.

Noise Music Features

  • Written by Paul Hegarty
  • 232 Pages
  • 232 Pages
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