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The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 1

 New,The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 1

  • Editor: Grimshaw-Aagaard, Mark
  • Editor: Knakkergaard, Martin
  • Editor: Walther-Hansen, Mads

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Contents

  • Contributor Affiliations
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • MARK GRIMSHAW-AAGAARD
  • MADS WALTHER-HANSEN
  • MARTIN KNAKKERGAARD
  • PART I. FOUNDATIONS
  • Chapter 1. Imagining Sound as the Absolute: The Case of Sarangadeva
  • SAAM TRIVEDI
  • Chapter 2. The Sensation of Sound and Imagination in a Historical Perspective
  • SVEN HROAR KLEMPE
  • Chapter 3. Imagining the Sounds Themselves
  • MALCOLM RIDDOCH
  • Chapter 4. Auditory Imagination. A Phenomenological Perspective
  • DANIEL A. SCHMICKING
  • Chapter 5. The Necessity of Vagueness and Ambiguity to the Imagining of Sound
  • MARK GRIMSHAW-AAGAARD
  • Chapter 6. Listening and/as Imagination
  • MARCEL COBUSSEN
  • Chapter 7. Imagination, Multimodality, and Sound
  • JOAQUIM BRAGA
  • Chapter 8. Some Anticipatory, Kinesthetic, and Dynamic Aspects of Auditory Imagery
  • TIMOTHY L. HUBBARD
  • PART II. SOCIETY AND IDENTITY
  • Chapter 9. Into the Sounds of War: Imagination, Media, and Experience
  • MICHAEL BULL
  • Chapter 10. Shifting Metaphors in the Conceptualization of Musical Knowledge and Learning
  • PETTER DYNDAHL
  • Chapter 11. Fantasy Control: Implications for Distributed Imagination and Affect Attunement in Music and Sound
  • ULRIK VOLGSTEN
  • Chapter 12. Musical Preferences and the Imagined Self
  • ALEXANDRA LAMONT
  • Chapter 13. Burmese Spirit Worship: Music as a Medium for the Transformation of Self
  • JUDITH BECKER
  • Chapter 14. Opera and the South African Political
  • CHRISTOPHER BALLANTINE
  • Chapter 15. Noise and Tranquility at Stonehenge: The Political Acoustics of Cultural Heritage
  • ODD ARE BERKAAK
  • Chapter 16. The Sonic Abject: Sound and Violence in the Legal Imagination
  • VEIT ERLMANN
  • Chapter 17. Building Worlds Together with Sound and Music: Imagination as an Active Engagement Between Ourselves
  • KAI TUURI AND HENNA-RIIKKA PELTOLA
  • Chapter 18. Sonic Branding: From Brand Image to Brand Imagination
  • CLARA GUSTAFSSON
  • Chapter 19. Radio Imaginaries: Music, Space, and Broadcasting in the 1950s
  • MORTEN MICHELSEN
  • PART III. LANGUAGE
  • Chapter 20. Audio Inside the Mind: The Poetics of Sound
  • SEAN STREET
  • Chapter 21. The Acoustic Imaginations of East Asia
  • KERIM YASAR
  • Chapter 22. Imagining Sonic Stories
  • VINCENT MEELBERG
  • Chapter 23. Sound Quality, Language, and Cognitive Metaphors
  • MADS WALTHER-HANSEN
  • Chapter 24. Speech, Sound, Technology
  • JOHANNES MULDER AND THEO VAN LEEUWEN
  • Chapter 25. Divergent Images of Early Sound Experience during Infancy and Early Childhood
  • MICHAEL FORRESTER
  • PART IV. IMAGE
  • Chapter 26. The Aural Dimension in Comic Art
  • MARCO PELLITTERI
  • Chapter 27. Sound, Museums, and the Modulation of the Imagination
  • WILLIAM WHITTINGTON
  • Chapter 28. Cinema as Social Knowledge. The Case of the Beatles in the Studio
  • FRANCOIS RIBAC
  • Chapter 29. Concerning the Iconic Signification of Music in Cinema
  • MICHAEL CHANAN
  • Chapter 30. Embodied Listening: A Moving Dimension of Imagination
  • MARTINE HUVENNE
  • Chapter 31. The Listener's Choice: The Sounds of Music, Meanings, and Measurements
  • OLA STOCKFELT
  • PART V. SPACE AND PLACE
  • Chapter 32. Imagining Acoustic Spaces Through Listening and Acoustic Ecology
  • BARRY TRUAX
  • Chapter 33. Presence, Environment, and Sound and the Role of Imagination
  • MARK GRIMSHAW-AAGAARD
  • Chapter 34. Music Places: Imaginative Transports of Listening
  • JUDY LOCHHEAD
  • Chapter 35. Beacons of Sound
  • MARTIN KNAKKERGAARD
  • Chapter 36. The Sound of an Endless Column: How Music Imagines Unimaginable Space
  • ZOHAR EITAN AND HILA TAMIR-OSTROVER
  • Chapter 37. Auditory Mirrors: About the Politics of Hearing
  • SABINE SANIO
  • Chapter 38. What You Hear is Where You Are
  • LINDA-RUTH SALTER
  • Chapter 39. Bridging the Other-Real: Video Game Sound and the Imagination
  • TOM A. GARNER
  • Index