Jean-Baptiste Masson

Supervisor: David Clayton

Thesis

Thesis

Title of the thesis: A New Listening for a New Music. Ambient Sound, Sound-Hunting and the Tape Recorder, 1948-1978.

External

External 

WRoCAH student, part of the Electronic Soudscapes network. 

Research

Research

Listening, Music, History of Sound Technology, Perception

Papers and Publications

Papers and Publication

'To Weave Time. The Late Music of Morton Feldman Through the Example of Violin and String Quartet', EuroMAC, Strasbourg, 2017.

'The Dynamism in the Statism: an Analysis of Limited Approximations by Georg Friedrich Haas', Spectralisms, Oxford, 2017.

'Zen et musique chez John Cage et Giacinto Scelsi', aCROSS, Paris, 2017.

'La transcommunication instrumentales: Ondes radio, voix des morts et musique', Écoutes du fantastique, Besançon, 2018.

 

Contact details

Jean-Baptiste Masson
PhD Student
Department of History
University of York
Heslington
YO10 5DD