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How Music Works

How Music Works
David Byrne

Oktober 6th, 2012








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Released: 2012-09-12

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How Music Works by David Byrne

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How track Works is Davidentification Byrne’s remarkable and buoyant birthday celebration of a topic he has spent a life-time serious about. In it he explores how profoundly track is formed through its time and position, and he explains how the arrival of recording technology in the twentieth century without end changed our dating to playing, acting, and being attentive to track.

performing as historian and anthropologist, raconteur and social scientist, he searches for patterns—and presentations how the ones patterns have affected his personal work through the years with speaking Heads and his many collaborators, from Brian Eno to Caetano Veloso. Byrne sees track as a part of a bigger, virtually Darwinian pattern of variations and responses to its cultural and physical context. His range is panoptic, taking us from Wagnerian opera houses to African villages, from his earliest high school reel-to-reel recordings to his recent work in a house track studio (and all the large studios in between).

Touching on the pleasure, the physics, and even the trade of constructing track, How track Works is a brainy, irresistible adventure and an impassioned argument about track’s releasing, existence-maintaining power.
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Editorial review

Amazon best guides of the Month, September 2012: Itcff0478#39;s no marvel that Davidentification Byrne is aware of his track. because the ingenious force behind speaking Heads and plenty of solo and collaborative ventures, hecff0478#39;s been writing, playing, and recording track for many years. what is unexpected is how well his voice translates to the page. on this widentificatione-ranging, occasionally autobiographical analysis of the evolution and inner workings of the track trade, Byrne explores his personal deep interest concerning the "patterns in how track is written, recorded, distributed, and received." he's an opinionated and well-trained excursion information, and the ensuing essays--on topics from rockerscff0478#39; garments to the role of the turntable, concert ranges to recording studios--gives you a wholly new point of view on the complicated adventure a tune takes from perception to your iPod. --Neal Thompson

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writer: Davidentification Byrnewriter: McSweeneycff0478#39;sBinding: HardcoverLanguage: EnglishPages: 352

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