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Friday, September 6 • 10:15am - 11:45am
Open Panel Session 2: Sound, Voice and Music

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Lynne Kendrick

Head/Phone: listening and the proximate voice The sight of headphones is a ubiquitous sign that the listener is engaged in something other than just the quotidian; from Hosokawa’s Walkman effect, to the gallery in-ear description or the urban audio walk, the proximity of sound... Read More →

Millie Taylor

Listening to theatre music at the RSC – The Tempest (2016) This paper focuses on a consideration of music’s liveness in a live theatre context when accompanying a highly digitised production such as the RSC’s recent production of The Tempest (dir. Doran, 2016). By examining... Read More →

Ben Macpherson

Songs of spectral simuloquism: A hauntology of bio-musical cast recordingsThis paper will explore the postmodern phenomenon of listening to cast recordings of bio-musicals. From Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (1989) to Summer: The Donna Summer Musical (2018), bio-musicals seek to... Read More →

Lara Kipp

Listening to/in Fragments – Initial Thoughts on Paul Bull’s Legacy Award-winning British sound designer Paul Bull, who passed away in 2017, has left behind a substantial personal collection of sound design materials. Working first as a sound technician, then designer, in repertory... Read More →

Friday September 6, 2019 10:15am - 11:45am BST
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