Acoustic landscape: the soundscape in relation to listening, voice and music
Author/s: Francesco Menegat 
Year:  2021 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  18 Pg. 86-103 FullText PDF:  0 KB
DOI:  10.3280/rgioa1-2021oa11645
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There is a wealth of literature focussing on the relation between sound and space-time. The recent revived interest for this topic in fields such as that of critical urban studies produced even richer contributions to the discipline, in terms of approaches and perspectives. The aim of this paper is to highlight, through a literature review, some elements as key factors to inform future research in the field of sound geography. To a more general level, the objective is to suggest possible cue lines through the articulation of five macrotopics (soundscape, listening, voice, phonographic methods and music) which might contribute to the debate on the analytical definition of soundscape, intended as a critical tool for geographical research.
Keywords: soundscape, sound geography, music, voice, listening, phonographic method.

Francesco Menegat, Acoustic landscape: the soundscape in relation to listening, voice and music in "RIVISTA GEOGRAFICA ITALIANA" 1/2021, pp. 86-103, DOI:10.3280/rgioa1-2021oa11645


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