Radiophonics

Genres and Categories [G&C]  ]

Radio art is the use of radio as a medium of art. Sound quality is secondary to conceptual originality. Radio art’s history demonstrates an evolution from the radio play through Musique Concrète and documentary radio to any manifestation of sonic art through the radio medium. Interestingly, its German name, Hörspiel, means radio play; It refers to a well-established often experimental medium. Similar to acousmatic music, Michel Chion’s term Cinéma pour l’Oreille is apropos.

 

Bibliography:

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Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Austin, Larry, Boone, Charles, Serra, Xavier (1991). {Transmission Two: The Great Excursion (TT:TGE)} - The Aesthetic, Art and Science of a Composition for Radio
Battier, Marc (2001). De la machine à l’oreille. Le paradoxe de la musique concrète
Bossis, Bruno (2005c). La voix et la machine. La vocalité artificielle dans la musique contemporaine
Burtner, Matthew (2003). Regenerative Feedback in the Medium of Radio: {Study 1.0 (FM)} for Radio Transceiver
Caux, Jacqueline, Delalande, François, Gayou, Evelyne, Teruggi, Daniel (2002). {Presque rien} avec Luc Ferrari
Chion, Michel (1991). Une dramaturgie de la retransmission
Cody, Joshua (1996). An Interview with Paul Lansky
Cory, Mark E. (1992). Soundplay: The Polyphonous Tradition of German Radio Art
Dack, John (1994). Pierre Schaeffer and the Significance of Radiophonic Art
DE BENEDICTIS, Angela Ida (2004b). Radiodramma e arte radiofonica. Storia e funzioni della musica per radio in Italia
DI SCIPIO, Agostino (2002). Tecnologia dell’esperienza musicale nel Novecento (The technology of musical experience in the 20th century)
Dyson, Frances (1994). Radio Art in Waves
Farabet, René (1991). Au commencement était l’oreille
Ferrari, Giordano (1994). Vers un scénario imaginaire : l’opéra radiophonique italien
Frisius, Rudolf (2001). L’art radiophonique et le solfège sonore
Frisus, Rudolf (1977). Musique pour la radio, radio pour la musique, tendances de l’œuvre de Mauricio Kagel
Glandien, Kersten (2000). Art on Air: A Profile of New Radio Art
Hutton, Jo (2003). Daphne Oram; Innovator, Writer and Composer
Kröpfl, Francisco (1995). Experiences and Reflexions on Electroacoustic Music
Lander, Dan (1999). Radiocasting: Musings on Radio and Art
Lussac, Olivier (1998). Peindre par les noms, peindre par les sons
Meloche, Chris (1999). Reflections on Long-Duration Soundworks and Radio
Novati, Maddalena (2001). The Archive of the “Studio di Fonologia di Milano della Rai”
Orga, Ates (1969). Electronic Music in Poland
Palombini, Carlos (1993a). Pierre Schaeffer: from Research into Noises to Experimental Music
Palombini, Carlos (1993b). Pierre Schaeffer’s Typo-Morphology of Sonic Objects
Palombini, Carlos (2002). Musique Concrète Revisited
Portevin, Catherine (1991). L’espace radiophonique : le son en plus
Schaeffer, Pierre, Brunet, Sophie (1969). Pierre Schaeffer. Reflexions
Schiemer, Greg (1994). Interactive Radio
Schryer, Claude (1999). {Entre ici et là}. A Radio Piece in Eight Movements
Vande Gorne, Annette (1995). Une histoire de la musique électroacoustique
VIDOLIN, Alvise (2005). Percorsi sonori di un teatro immaginario. Da {Noms des airs} a {Lohengrin II} di Salvatore Sciarrino (Sonorous ways of an imaginary theatre. From {Noms des airs} to {Lohengrin II} by Salvatore Sciarrino)
Voegelin, Salomé (2002). The Anxiety of the Lonely Listener: Some Thoughts on the Production and Perception of Radio

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