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another interesting audio example

thanks, Michael, for sharing the "Music for One Apartment & Six Drummers" video. Another interesting audio-visual combination is provided by a recent Honda Civic commercial, using a choir to recreate sounds of the road & automobile.

You can see it at:
Click on the "watch" button on the upper left (turn up the sound)



Dr. Scott D. Lipscomb, Associate Professor
Division Head, Music Education & Music Therapy
University of Minnesota School of Music
148 Ferguson Hall
2106 Fourth Street South
Minneapolis, MN 55455 USA
phone: (612) 624-2843
FAX: (612) 626-2200
email: lipscomb@xxxxxxx
web site: http://lipscomb.umn.edu


On Jan 12, 2007, at 11:03 PM, AUDITORY automatic digest system wrote:

Date:    Thu, 11 Jan 2007 08:49:12 +0100
From:    Michael B=FCchler
Subject: Musical vs everyday listening --- an illustrative example

Dear list members

The quote from John Cage reminds me to a little movie clip I have=20
seen recently. It shows illustratively how the sound (or noise) of=20
everyday objects may be transformed into a musical experience.

Here is a link to "Music for One Apartment and Six Drummers":

Michael Buechler

University Hospital Zurich
Experimental Audiology
Zurich, Switzerland