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Revue & Corrigée #112

 - Revue & Corrigée #112
Researcher Juliette Volcler on sound in public space; on identities and influences in music; an essay by Kasper Toeplitz; carte blanche to Patrick Renaud; Summer festivals, disc reviews, and more.
A “writing surface for experimental sound practices” founded in 1989, Revue & Corrigée is a quarterly magazine on experimental movements in contemporary music, performance, cinema, dance, sound installation, and sound poetry: regular columns, reflections, artist interviews, discographic and editorial news, contributions from various contributors (Jérôme Noetinger, Grégoire Bressac, Jean-Kristoff Camps, Michel Chion, Jacques Debout, Pierre Durr, Michel Henritzi, Henri Jules Julien, Alexandrine Kirmser, Cyrille Lanoë, Laurent Ligavant, Lê Quan Ninh, Joël Pagier, Carole Rieussec, Philippe Robert, Gérard Rouy, Matthieu Saladin, Kasper T. Toeplitz, Deborah Walker…).
 
published in July 2017
French edition
24 x 30 cm (softcover)
44 pages (b/w ill.)
 
6.50
 
in stock
 
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