Re: A Musicology of Ea/Cm


Subject: Re: A Musicology of Ea/Cm
From: Andres Lewin-Richter (alero@retemail.es)
Date: Wed Oct 13 1999 - 17:33:32 EDT


Towards 1959/1960 in order to compromise between
- musique concrete
- electronic music
- tape music
decission was made of all parts involved at that time (Paris, Cologne and New York) to compromise on the word ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC to make happy everybody.
Regards.Andres Lewin-Richter
-----Original Message-----
From: Simon Atkinson <sa@music.ed.ac.uk>
To: cecdiscuss@concordia.ca <cecdiscuss@concordia.ca>
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 1999 4:00 PM
Subject: Re: A Musicology of Ea/Cm

>
>J'ai une petite question pour les gens francophone...
>Excusez mon ignorance, mais c'etait quand exactement que le monde
>francophone a jete l'expression "musique concrete" et adopte le
>mot (le mot horrible...) electroacoustique? Et comment et pourquoi?
>C'etait autour de les pensees de les compositeurs de le GRM?
>(J'ai consulte une dictionaire, Larousse, de les annees 50's et il
>y a une bonne definition de "Acousma" mais pour "electroacoustique"
>un truc a propos de transmission du son, electromagnetisme, comment
>marcher l'hautparler blah blah)
>
>Et c'est vrai que le seul autre propostion en francais est "L'Art
>du Sons Fixees" de M. Chion?
>
>(Et bien sur, excusez mon mauvais francias. J'essaie!...)
>
>Best,
>
>Simon Atkinson
>
>ps I don't think I like this "Photoshop Music" very much!
>Photoshop's for _visual_ images!
>And is guilty of such a shit-load of terrible cliches!
>Don't think the card-carrying acousmaticians will restrain themselves
>from being pendantic...;-)
>



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