Recherche : The Unit for Sound Practice Research (Londres)

N Rémy nous signale l’activité de ce groupe de recherche dans lequel J Drever est impliqué. Comme le signalait JP Thibaud lors de la dernière AG,  les recherches autour du paysage sonore « soundscape » sont très présentes en Grande Bretagne.

Sound Practice Research (SPR) is a new research group that integrates and advances the innovative activities of EMS composers and researchers. It functions as a nexus for a diverse range of creative and theoretical research linked by a common commitment to rigorous, thoughtful and convincing practice. This is enabled by expertise at the forefront of music computing and audio technologies, field studies and reflection on pressing social, cultural, commercial and environmental issues; and inspired by investigation into and archiving of historical precedents.

*World Soundscape Project London Soundwalk Revisit. 19 April. 10.30am – mid-afternoon.Meeting point outside Friends House on Euston Road at 10.30am.
Soundwalk of Kings Cross and Regent’s Park, led by members of the UK and Ireland Soundscape Community and Hildegard Westerkamp. This is a revisit of a soundwalk carried out during Easter of 1975 by the World Soundscape Project, as documented in the European Sound Diary 1977.
*Art and Soundscapes: Hildegard Westerkamp. 20 April 2009, 14:00 – 17:00 Small Hall, Richard Hoggart Building
Composer and acoustic ecologist Hildegard Westerkamp will present and discuss her compositional work related to soundscape studies.
*Art and Soundscapes: Murray Schafer
PLEASE NOTE, this event has been POSTPONED until Autumn 2009.

This event is co-sponsored by the Noise Futures Network and Sound Practice Research.

Françoise Acquier

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