The Oxford handbook of music and virtuality

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Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  ML74.7.O94 2016
Has the virtual invaded the realm of the real, or has the real expanded its definition to include what once was characterized as virtual? With the continual evolution of digital technology, this distinction grows increasingly hazy. But perhaps the distinction has become obsolete; perhaps it istime to pay attention to the intersections, mutations, and transmigrations of the virtual and the real. Certainly it is time to reinterpret the practice and study of music. The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality, edited by Sheila Whiteley and Shara Rambarran, is the first book to offer akaleidoscope of interdisciplinary perspectives from scholars around the globe on the way in which virtuality mediates the dissemination, acquisition, performance, creation, and reimagining of music.The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality addresses eight themes that often overlap and interact with one another. Questions of the role of the audience, artistic agency, individual and communal identity, subjectivity, and spatiality repeatedly arise. Authors specifically explore phenomenaincluding holographic musicians and virtual bands, and the benefits and detriments surrounding the free circulation of music on the internet. In addition, the book investigates the way in which fans and musicians negotiate gender identities as well as the dynamics of audience participation andcommunity building in a virtual environment. The handbook rehistoricizes the virtual by tracing its progression from cartoons in the 1950s to current industry innovations and changes in practice. Well-grounded and wide-reaching, this is a book that students of any number of disciplines, from Musicto Cultural Studies, have awaited.
"Seventeenth heaven" : virtual listening and its discontents / Christian Lloyd
"Nothing is real" : The Beatles as virtual performers / Philip Auslander and Ian Inglis
Tom, Jerry and the virtual virtuoso / Sheila Whiteley
Bring that beat back : sampling as virtual collaboration / Rowan Oliver
An analysis of virtuality in the creation and reception of the music of Frank Zappa / Paul Carr
Vocaloids and Japanese virtual vocal performance : the cultural heritage and technological futures of vocal puppetry / Louise H. Jackson and Mike Dines
Hatsune Miku and Japanese virtual idols / Rafal Zaborowski
Hatsune Miku, 2.0Pac and beyond : rewinding and fast-forwarding the virtual pop star / Thomas Conner
"Feel good" with Gorillaz and "Reject false icons" : the fantasy worlds of the virtual group and their creators / Shara Rambarran
Avatar rockstars : constructing musical personae in virtual worlds / Trevor S. Harvey
Performing live in Second Life / Justin Gagen and Nicholas Cook
Live opera performance in Second Life : challenging producers, performers and the audience / Marco Antonio Châavez-Aguayo
"We are, the colors" : collaborative narration and the experimental construction of a non-existent band / Alon Ilsar and Charles Fairchild
Music in perpetual beta : composition, remediation, and "closure" / Paul Draper and Frank Millward
Justin Bieber featuring Slipknot : consumption as mode of production / Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen
Human after all : understanding negotiations of artistic identity through the music of Daft Punk / Cora S. Palfy
Virtual bands : recording music under the big top / David Tough
"Uploading" to Carnegie Hall : the first YouTube Symphony Orchestra / Shzr Ee Tan
The listener as remixer : mix stems in online fan community and competition contexts / Samantha Bennett
Sample sharing : virtual laptop ensemble communities / Benjamin O'Brien
Stone tapes : ghost box, nostalgia, and postwar Britain / David Pattie
From hypnagogia to distroid : postironic musical renderings of personal memory / Adam Trainer
Bands in virtual spaces, social networking and masculinity / Danijela Bogdanovic
From environmental sound to virtual environment enhancing : consuming ambiance as listening practice / Thomas Brett
App music / Jeremy Wade Morris
Alternative virtuality : independent micro labels facing the ideological challenge of virtual music culture : the case of Finnish Ektro Records / Juho Kaitajärvi-Tiekso
Everybody knows there is here : surveying the indexi-local in CBC Radio 3 / Michael Audette-Longo
Mind usurps program : virtuality and the "New Machine Aesthetic" of electronic dance music / Benjamin Halligan
Virtual music, virtual money : the impact of crowdfunding models on creativity, authorship and identity / Mark Thorley
With a little help from my friends, family and fans : DIY, participatory culture and social capital in music crowdfunding / Francesco D'Amato
Music and crowdfunded websites : digital patronage and artist-fan interactivity / Justin Williams and Ross Wilson.

Additional Information
Series Oxford handbooks.
Subjects Music and the Internet.
Music -- Computer network resources.
Publisher New York, NY :Oxford University Press,2016
Other Titles Handbook of music and virtuality
Music and virtuality
Contributors Whiteley, Sheila, 1941-2015 editor.
Rambarran, Shara, editor.
Language English
Notes Series statement from dust jacket.
Description xxxii, 679 pages : illustrations, music ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9780199321285
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