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Corbett, M. J. (2003). Sound organisation: A brief history of psychosonic management. Ephemera, 3 Retrieved April 19, 2004, from http://www.ephemeraweb. ... rnal/3-4/3-4corbett.pdf 
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Resource type: Web Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1473-2866
BibTeX citation key: Corbett2003
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Categories: General
Keywords: Organisation, Time
Creators: Corbett
Collection: Ephemera
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The organising qualities of sound - how sound is linked to time-keeping. Argues that Western culture has become ocularcentric: where once time was marked by sound (bells etc.) it is now silent (we look at it on our watches).
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p.273   Paraphrasing Walter Ong (1982): "...sound signals the exercise of power since it must be in active production in order to exist at all. Without movement there is no sound."   Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard
   Mentions John Cage's 4'33" and that it explores indeterminancy. Sounds external to the musical score are the actual performance. These (traffic, coughs, birds etc.) are different each time.   Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard