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NEWS: November 22 Update

 

We hope to see you at these events!

 

Seminar

 

Thursday, November 27, 2014, 3:15-5 p.m. in U67; see HERE.

 

 

Fluctuating Heterotopias – An Ocean View on Modern Metal Music

 

Johnny Harboe is M.A. in comparative literature from The University of Southern Denmark. He is the author of six novels and has for a number of years worked as a freelance rock and metal critic for the Danish newspaper Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten. For almost 25 years he has been neck-deep in metal music.

 

Abstract: In this presentation I will attempt to show how various forms of heterotopias over the years have been expressed lyrically in metal music. Reaching from the graveyard and the autopsy room in death metal, the north and the winter in black metal, and the lunatic asylum and the prison in thrash metal, certain heterotopias seem to define specific subgenres.

     Furthermore, my hypothesis is, that the appearance of post metal in the early 2000s established the ocean as a new heterotopia in metal music – a heterotopia which can be perceived as an unfolding of the former heterotopias, not only being expressed lyrically, but also musically, creating a whole new self-reinforcing interdependence between metal music and lyrics.

 

Poster available as pdf file HERE.

Facebook event page HERE.

 

Audience participation via Skype is also welcome.

 

. . . and upcoming seminars:

 

December 4 - at SDU with Jacob Rendtorff; see HERE.

December 11 - at SDU with Christophe Szpajdel and Vitus Vestergaard; see HERE.

 

Looking ahead:

 

The schedule for the spring 2015 installment of the seminar series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound is rapidly nearing completion, and the list of who is speaking when is available HERE. Presentation titles and abstracts will soon be made available. As always in this series, participation via Skype is welcome.

 

Logo designed by Christophe Spzajdel

 

Please keep an eye out here for updateson the exhibition Marks of Metal, which is scheduled to open at Brandts - Mediemuseet (link HERE) in Odense on January 15, 2015. The exhibition will feature work by internationally renowned logo artist Christophe Spzajdel, and is under the direction of Vitus Vestergaard. This is part of  Vitus' ongoing research project in our program The Performances of Everday Living entitled Investigation of Metal Music and Visuals: Logo, Cover, Brand; for background, see HERE. You can hear and see more about this exhibition during the December 11 seminar with Christophe and Vitus - see link above. A noteworthy feature of the exhibition opening on January 15 is that Copenhagen-based black metal band Solbrud (see HERE) will be performing.

 

Here in November and December we are kick starting/ have kick started our subseries within Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound dealing with metal music, theory and culture with talks on November 13, November 27 and December 11. Nine of the thirteen seminars in our spring series will be dealing with metal-related topics, so, once again, please keep an eye out as more details become available HERE.

 

 

 

Recent events in the research program The Performances of Everyday Living:

 

Concert, SDU-Odense

 

KAMMERMUSIKFESTIVAL - LUNCHTIME CONCERT

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2014

First concert in the 2014 Chamber Music Festival

with students from the

Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, Southern Denmark

(Syddansk Musikkonservatorium og Skuespillerskole-SMKS)

Thursday, November 20, 12 noon - 1 p.m. on the

Campus Square, University of Southern Denmark at Odense

For more information, please see HERE.

 

 

Seminar

 

Thursday, November 20, 2014, 3:15-5 p.m. in U67

 

Musical Cosmology

 

Marianne Børch, dr.phil., Professor. University of Southern Denmark, Institute for the Study of Culture - English.

 

Abstract: The Music of the Spheres is a well-known concept, and even after the collapse of the world picture that underpinned it, composers have continued to expound and explore the idea. The presentation will discuss the implications of the notion of the cosmos as a huge symphony, a cosmic concord rife with discordant elements held together by means of Love. Principal reference will be made to medieval and renaissance literary works (Dante, Shakespeare, Davies, Traherne); furthermore, the later collaboration between Dryden and Purcell will be used to explore an increasing alienation between word and music that starts when the spherical music becomes heuristic-symbolic rather than literal-analogous.

 

Poster available as pdf file HERE.

Facebook event page HERE.

 

Audience participation via Skype is also welcome.

 

 

 

 

Seminar

 

Thursday, November 13, 2014, 3:15-5 p.m. in U67

 

 

Franz Liszt and Metal Music - an Aesthetic Affinity?

 

 

William Westney, Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Piano, Browning Artist-in-Residence School of Music, Texas Tech University.

 

 (in person; also Lunchtime Concert 12 noon - 1 p.m.)

 

 

Abstract: One of the refreshing aspects of this SDU seminar series is its focus on musical experience itself, which offers the possibility of exploring common ground between musical genres that are customarily considered quite distinct or even far away from each other. For many classically trained musicians like myself, the world of heavy metal, death metal, and related styles has been not only an unfamiliar and opaque one, but has even seemed somewhat deplorable in its perceived violence and commercialism. However, observing the discerning and sophisticated analysis that metal experts bring to their subject, and acknowledging the widespread popularity of metal among music lovers, my curiosity has grown. Are there affinities between metal and traditional classical music? If so, what can we learn from them?

     The presentation will trace some ways in which that affinity appears convincing, and also consider some of the differences between the genres. I will view this comparison through the prism of the unique career of virtuoso pianist/composer Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886) - the so-called “first rock star of music.”  Among the questions that emerge: What are the implications of what Robert Walser calls the “fetishism of instrumental technique”? What are the links between Romanticism, rock-star charisma, and recurring themes of death? What sort of performer/audience dynamics occur in these two styles? How should pianists approach the written scores of Liszt? Does commercialism taint aesthetic worth?  
     Integrated into the lecture will be excerpts at the piano as well as sound and video clips.

 

Poster available as pdf file HERE.

 

Facebook event page available HERE.

 

Audience participation via Skype is also welcome.

 

Concert, SDU-Odense

 

LUNCHTIME CONCERT with William Westney, piano.

Haydn, Mendelssohn, Schumann og Kapustin

 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014

12 noon - 1 p.m. in THE WINTER GARDEN:

 

Concert poster available HERE as pdf-file.

Concert program with notes available HERE as pdf-file.

Facebook event page available HERE

 

 

 

Seminar in Aarhus

 

Viewing Piano-playing Avatars in an fMRI-Scanner: What Motion Capture and Brain Scans Reveal about (1) the Effects that Intentions Can Have on the Way Pianists Perform and (2) Audience Perception of these Performances

 

November 12 - at Aarhus University, Center of Functionally Integrated Neuroscience, Music in the Brain with William Westney and Cynthia M. Grund; see HERE

 

 

 

Seminar

 

Thursday, November 6, 2014, 3:15-5 p.m. in U67  

 

Serial Poetry and Music

 

Mogens Davidsen, PhD, Associate Professor of Literature, Institute for the Study of Culture, University of Southern Denmark.

 

Abstract: In this presentation I investigate the relations between serial music and serial poetry, understood through the notion of entropy. Entropy is a phenomenon in thermodynamics as well as in information theory (Norbert Wiener's book The Human use of Human Beings -  1950, revised 1954 -  is fundamental for the understanding of entropy - or rather "negentropy" - in information). My thesis is that with a notion of entropy in both the physical world and in the "symbolic" world of information (and art), we may have a tool for establishing a connection between the world and the arts, different from a traditional, predominantly symbolic understanding. We may even be able to formulate a theory of correlativity, which calls for a reevaluation of the mimetic paradigm of the arts. 

 

All are welcome!

 

Poster available as pdf file HERE.

Facebook event page HERE.

 

Audience participation via Skype is also welcome

 

 

 

 

Cross-Disciplinary Interplay

between the

Humanities, Technology and Musical Practice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Performances of Everyday Living

 

Introduction: The SDU research program The Performances of Everyday Living (PEL) based at the Institute for the Study of Culture, widens the purview of The Aesthetics of Music and Sound - Cross-disciplinary Interplay between the Humanities, Technology and Musical Practice (AMS) www.soundmusicresearch.org. The official date for the launch of PEL was January 1, 2014. Research programs of this kind are established for three years at a time, in the case of PEL 2014-2016. AMS functioned 2006–2013 as a research program devoted to investigating music primarily in terms of information and communication. AMS continues to exist, but now functions as a background milieu for PEL, where PEL moreover examines cultural, physiological/anatomic and institutional preconditions and implications of the appropriation, use – and meaning – of music. These are compared and contrasted with the corresponding preconditions and implications for the appropriation, use and meaning of art, food and physical culture/exercise. By coordinating research areas as disparate as these, we hope to provide increased understanding of central activities which invoke a participatory aesthetic in the life and experience of modern humans. These activities are constructively contrasted and compared as species of performances. The relevance of performance as an integrative perspective appropriate for this research has been clearly demonstrated within NNIMIPA: Nordic Network for the Integration of Music Informatics, Performance and Aesthetics (www.nnimipa.org), an SDU-based research network that has functioned in parallel with AMS since 2007.

 

Projects: Here is a representative selection of projects that either were in progress or under development as PEL became officially established on January 1, 2014:

 

     Performance, Natural Movement, Exercise and Fitness

Examines connections between authentic artistic performance, musical appropriation, "natural" movement and proprioception.

 

     Music and Meal Culture in Vollsmose

Explores "sensuality" in a Middle Eastern, Islamic perspective in compared with a Scandinavian, Lutheran one, as manifested in the food, art and music practices of the respective cultures. Methods of psychometric validation are explored and employed.

 

Metal Music and Culture

Why is a style of music so fixated upon themes of death, nihilism and self-destruction the preferred conduit for aesthetic self-expression for so many in this, the supposedly happiest of all areas on earth? How does its appeal relate to dark Romanticism and dissonant properties of music and imagery?

 

The Performative Pairing of Food and Music

Comparison and contrast of the roles food and music play as potent regulators of our moods and emotions as the latter influence our experience of meaningfulness and significance in our daily lives.

 

Getting Inside the Music

This project concerns itself with the investigation and development of performative, participatory and immersive techniques in music pedagogy and in the use of music in pedagogy in general.

 

Members: Membership in the Core and associated members work at the Institute for the Study of Culture at SDU; see here. Affiliated members come from relevant external milieux: More information about the roles played by individual group members will be made available as the site for PEL continues to be developed within the context of AMS during the spring of 2014.

 

Core:

1.    Claudio Cifuentes Aldunate

2.    Mogens Davidsen

3.    Cynthia M. Grund

(research director/forskningsleder)

4.    Vitus Vestergaard

 

Associated:

5.    Mikkel Snorre Wilms Boysen

6.    Marianne Børch

7.    Nikolaj Frydensbjerg Elf

8.    Lars Ole Sauerberg

9.  Roy Sellars

10.  Herdis Toft

11.  Andreas Lenander Ægidius

 

Affiliated:

12.  Matthias Bode, Assoc. Prof., Marketing and Management, SDU (Acoustic branding).

13.  Kasper Hafstrøm Bøg, Kommunikatør & projektleder, Syddansk Musik og Skuespillerskole-  SMKS.

14.  Erik Christensen – PhD, Aalborg U 2012 (Neuroscience/music therapy).

15.  Jakob Christensen Dalsgaard, Assoc. Prof, Biology, SDU.

16.  Søren R. Frimodt-Møller, Asst. Prof., Dept. Of Architecture, Design, and Media Technology; Aalborg U-Esbjerg (Media, philosophy and music).

17.  Helene Gjerris – Prof. & vocalist,  SMKS, (Performance studies).

18.  Kristoffer Jensen – Assoc. Prof., Dept. Of Architecture, Design, and Media Technology; Aalborg U-Esbjerg (IT and music). NNIMIPA Coordinator, Aalborg U-Esbjerg.

19.  Christian Mosbæk Johannessen, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Language and Communication, SDU (Centre for Human Interactivity & Centre for Multimodal Communication)

20.  Michael O’Boyle – Prof., Texas Tech U - TTU (fMRI/neuroscience).

21.  Mika Sihvonen -Senior Researcher in The School of Information Sciences University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland. NNIMIPA Coordinator, UTA.

22.  Christophe Szpajdel, logo designer, Belgium.

23.  Niels Ullner – Prof. & cellist, SMKS (Performance studies).

24.  William Westney – Prof., TTU. Expert piano performance.

25.  James Yang – Asst. Prof., TTU. Motion capture.

 

Looking Ahead: Quite a few members from each category are giving seminars in the series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound throughout 2014: please see here.

     Please visit us frequently here on our site to follow the development of the research program The Performances of Everyday Living.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the website for

The Aesthetics of Music and Sound (AMS)

 

 

- a research program under the aegis of the Institute for the Study of Cultureat the University of Southern Denmark, 2006-2013, and during 2014-2016 a milieu and context that frames, among other activities, the research program The Performances of Everyday Living; please see above. We hope that you will find this website both useful and informative as you navigate through the menu choices available on the tabs at the top of each page. In addition:

 

  • the goals and background of AMS are described HERE.

  • a printer-friendly synopsis of AMS in pdf-form is available HERE.
  • these networks are closely affiliated with The Aesthetics of Music and Sound. The logos are hyperlinks:

 

JMM: The Journal of Musicand Meaning (Funded by the Danish Research Council for the Humanities.)

 

 

 

 

Nordic Network for the Integration of Music Informatics,Performance and Aesthetics(Supported by NORDPLUS 2007-2010; a research network under NordForsk September 1, 2010 - June 30, 2014.)

 

 

 

netværk for tværvidenskabelige studier af musik og betydning/

network for cross-disciplinary studies of music and meaning

(Note on September 21, 2012: This is largely an archival site, where the rich variety of programs sponsored by NTSMB from 2001-2010 may be viewed. NTSMB was the exploratory network founded in 2001 with two years' worth start-up funding from the Danish Council for Research in the Humanities and in which JMM, NNIMIPA and the present program/site, The Aesthetics of Music and Sound, all have their origins.)

For information about addtional networks with which the research program is affiliated, please see the menu tab labeled Research Networks.

 

On behalf of The Aesthetics of Music and Sound,

Cynthia M Grund, Coordinator

Research Director for The Performances of Everyday Living.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department for the
Study of Culture

 

 

 

Research Director for 

The Performances of

Everyday Living

Coordinator for

The Aesthetics of

Music and Sound

and

Editor and Webmaster for

www.soundmusicresearch.org:

Cynthia M. Grund

cmgrund@sdu.dk

 

 

Updates

 

Archive

for ""Updates" and "News":

Click HERE.

 

 

 

November 22:

 

Seminar: Johnny Harboe, M.A. in comparative literature from The University of Southern Denmark. Fluctuating Heterotopias – An Ocean View on Modern  Metal   Music. Thursday, November 27, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. This is the tenth seminar during the fall of 2014 in the series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound. The schedule for all seminars during the semester may be found HERE

 

 

November 16:

 

Seminar:  Marianne Børch, dr.phil., Professor. University of Southern Denmark, Institute for the Study of Culture - English. Musical Cosmology. Thursday, November 20, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. This is the ninth seminar during the fall of 2014 in the series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound. The schedule for all seminars during the semester may be found HERE

 

 

KAMMERMUSIKFESTIVAL - LUNCHTIME CONCERT

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2014

First concert in the 2014 Chamber Music Festival with students from the

Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, Southern Denmark (Syddansk Musikkonservatorium og Skuespillerskole-SMKS)

Thursday, November 20, 12 noon - 1 p.m. on the Campus Square, University of Southern Denmark at Odense For more information, please see HERE.

 

 

November 10:

 

Seminar: William Westney, Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Piano, Browning Artist-in-Residence School of Music, Texas Tech University.  Franz Liszt and Metal Music - an Aesthetic Affinity? Thursday, November 13, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. This is the eighth seminar during the fall of 2014 in the series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound. The schedule for all seminars during the semester may be found HERE.

 

 

LUNCHTIME CONCERT with William Westney, piano. Haydn, Mendelssohn, Schumann og Kapustin.    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014

12 noon - 1 p.m. in THE WINTER GARDEN.  Concert poster available HERE as pdf-file.   Concert program with notes available HERE as pdf-file.

Facebook event page available HERE

 

 

Seminar - Viewing Piano-playing Avatars in an fMRI-Scanner: What Motion Capture and Brain Scans Reveal about (1) the Effects that Intentions Can Have on the Way Pianists Perform and (2) Audience Perception of these Performances - in Aarhus on November 12 - at Aarhus University, Center of Functionally Integrated Neuroscience, Music in the Brain with William Westney and Cynthia M. Grund; see HERE.

 

 

November 4: Mogens Davidsen, PhD, Associate Professor, Institute for the Study of Culture, University of Southern Denmark. Seminar: Serial Poetry and Music. Thursday, November 6, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. This is the seventh seminar during the fall of 2014 in the series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound. The schedule for all seminars during the semester may be found HERE.

 

 

 

October 24: Week 42 (October 13-19) was fall break at universities here in Denmark. . . . and now we are heading into the second half of the fall semester. Due to conferences and other activity the seminar series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound and the Lunchtime Concert Series will be taking a pause until primo November. Much else is happening, however:

 

Conference -

Thursday, October 29-Saturday, November 1

 

If you are in San Antonio, Texas,  October 30, you are welcome to attend when William Westney and Cynthia M. Grund present Of Avatars, Musical Embodiment and Perception at

 

 

American Society for Aesthetics Annual Meeting - San Antonio, Texas - Hotel Contessa.  For the complete program, please see HERE.

 

Conference -

Thursday, October 30, 2014, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. in U77

 

 

Representaciones de la guerra
Diarios de vida, Biografías, Literatura, Películas

Organized by Claudio Cifuentes-Aldunate under the sponsorship of the Department for the Study of Culture and the Department of Language and Communication.Poster available for download HERE.

 

Radio Interview

 

 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 -Abigail Arroyos'  radio interview with William Westney and Cynthia M. Grund airs on National Public Radio, KTTZ 89.1 FM: Inside Texas Tech: Research Bringing Music, Philosophy, Body Movement Together. Listen to the interview HERE.

 

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October 3: Lunchtime Concert with Louise Nordstrøm,  Thursday, October 9, 12 noon -1 p.m. in The Winter Garden, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Please see HERE for details.

 

 

 

 

The concert will be followed by a seminar with Theo van Leeuwen, Professor of Multimodal Communication at the University of Southern Denmark and Emeritus Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney  - Vox Humana - Thursday,  October 9, 4:15 p.m. - 6 p.m. in in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M.  PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN TIME TO ONE HOUR LATER. THIS IS DUE TO THE ANNUAL UNIVERSITY-WIDE HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN ACADEMY LECTURE BEING HELD AT 3:00 p.m.in U45: WIZARDRY WITH LIGHT WITH PROFESSOR LENE VESTERGAARD HAU. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. The schedule for all  seminars during the semester may be found HERE.

 

 

 

September 27: Seminar with Cynthia M. Grund (in person), Associate Professor of Philosophy, Institute for the Study of Culture, SDU, and William Westney (via Skype), Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Piano, Browning Artist-in-Resid​ence School of Music, Texas Tech University:  What Avatars and Brain Scans Reveal about the Effects that  Intentions Can Have on the Way a Performer Plays. Thursday, October 2, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. The schedule for all  seminars during the semester may be found HERE.

 

 

September 19: Lunchtime Concert with Per Aage Brandt, jazz pianist,Thursday, September 25, 12 noon -1 p.m. in The Winter Garden, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Program HERE; poster HERE.   followed by a seminar, also with 

 

 

Per Aage Brandt, Professor Adj. in Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University. Founder of the journal Cognitive Semiotics: What Chords Are Doing: On Tonality in Jazz Improvisation and in Tonal Music in General. From Schönberg
to Bill Evans. Thursday, September 25, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in in U67,
University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. The schedule for all  seminars during the semester may be found HERE.

 

 

 

 

September 14: Lunchtime Concert with Sofie KØ, alternative poprock, with August Korsgaard at the piano and Laurits Brinkmann on bass.  Thursday, September 18, 12 noon -1 p.m. in The Winter Garden, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M.

 

 

 

The concert will be followed by a seminar with Coen Elemans, PhD, Associate  Professor, Institute of Biology, University of Southern Denmark - The Real "All-singing, All-dancing" Thing: Sound Production and Communication in Songbirds - Thursday, September 18

8, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. The schedule for all  seminars during the semester may be found HERE.

 

 

 

 

September 7: Seminar with Jakob Christensen Dalsgaard, PhD, Associate Professor, Center for Sound Communication, Institute of Biology, University of Southern Denmark - What Did the World Sound Like to the Dinosaurs?Thursday, September 11, 3:15 p.m. - 5 p.m. in in U67, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M. Audience participation via Skype is also welcome. Poster for the seminar available HERE. The schedule for all  seminars during the semester may be found HERE. . .

 

 

 

. . . and the semester got off to a great start on September 4 with a Lunchtime Concert performed by Jens Jakob Kjær Hansen in The Winter Garden at SDU.Program HERE. Poster HERE. . .

 

 

 

 

. . .  the concert was followed by the first seminar in the series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound for the fall of 2014 -
Sound as Environment: Towards an Aesthetics of Sonic Environmentality with
Ulrik Schmidt, PhD, Assistant Professor in Performance-design at Roskilde University, Denmark. Poster for the seminar available
HERE. The schedule for all  seminars during the semester may be found HERE

 

 

June 17, 2014:

 

 

As observant members of our Facebook group already know, on June 11 it was announced that JMM: The Journal of Music and Meaning has had its funding from theDanish Council for Independent Research | Culture and Communication renewed for the next three years. Please see http://ufm.dk/en/research-and-innovation/funding-programmes-for-research-and-innovation/who-has-received-funding/2014/-1 under "Journals."

 

 

June 2, 2014: A visit to the archives (HERE) for The Aesthetics of Music and Sound  - Cross-Disciplinary Interplay between the Humanities, Technology and Musical Practice reveals that construction of the homepage www.soundmusicresearch.org began five years ago today on June 2, 2009.  So, a little celebration is in order!

 

As of January 1, 2014 it is also the site of the SDU-IKV Research Program The Performances of Everyday Living.

 

 

 

Archive

for ""Updates" and "News":

Click HERE.

 

 

 

(Includes the description of the SDU-IFPR research program The Aesthetics of Music and Sound which initially appeared online in Danish as Musikkens og Lydens Aestetik during the fall of 2006.)

 


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