Ambient Music

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Ambient music is a broad term covering a wide and diverse range of aesthetic approaches. It draws attention to the recording medium, sense of space in music and sometimes sense of place. Much ambient music is associated with musical mimimalism. Ambient as a term has been applied to everything from Erik Satie’s ’Furniture Music’, jazz, experimental music, rock, New Age music, Psychedelia, ’Krautrock’, indie, film music and techno.

 

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Godman, Rob (2002). Ambient Sound and Resonating Spaces
Holmes, Thom (2002). Electronic and Experimental Music
Prendergast, Mark (2000). The Ambient Century: From Mahler to Trance - The Evolution of Sound in the Electronic Age
Thaemlitz, Terre (no date). The Go Between/Notions of Betweenness

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