MULDER, Johannes

PhD University of Technology Sydney 2012 Pages: 395

Making Things Louder: Amplified Music and Multimodality

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Link to Thesis: http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/research/bitstream/handle/10453/21903/01front.pdf?sequence=1

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This thesis looks at the use of electronic amplification at concerts of music. A broad introduction, constituting both a technological and a musical history, precedes a literature review that identifies the topic as under-researched in musical, technological and critical discourse. Proceeding from that broad approach which covers the first three chapters the analytical focus is narrowed by applying key concepts from social semiotic multimodal discourse analysis, as developed by amongst others Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen and rooted in the work of linguist Michael Halliday...

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