|A History of Sound Collage| ~ Wet Sounds

A HISTORY OF SOUND COLLAGE 

An audio retrospective in two parts

Part 1  (41min)  |   Part 2 (65min)

 The program identifies three types of sound collages .

[] Sequential sound collage that uses an editing technique that is not dissimilar to film editing technique, which later developed also to Electroacoustic music. [most Musique Concréte, cut ups, Negativland, People Like Us, Cassetteboy etc]

[] Narrative sound collage that augments a particular rhythm, musical and narrative theme [some hip hop, bastard pop, 2manyDJs, dancefloor mash ups, most music that uses samples]

[] and … Simultaneous sound collage that superimposes layers of different musical and sound sources over each other simultaneously.

The last category is the one this podcast focuses on from the latter half of the 20th Century until today. The audio is more music than talk.

Music by: Spax, François Bayle, Mozart, Pierre Schaefer, Pierre Henry, Walter Ruttmann, Edgar Varese, Arthur Lyman, Charles Ives, Tristan Tzara, John Cage, , Nam June Paik, Stockhausen, Bernard Parmegianni, The Beatles, Timothy Leary and Ash Ra, Pink Floyd, The Residents, Christian Marclay, Wim Wenders, Hirsche Nicht Aufs Sofa, John Oswald, Marilyn Manson, Lionel Marchetti, Calibri Necrophile, Joseph Hammer and Joel Cahen. 


Published by: Jez Stevens

Jez is an artist specialising in video projection and installation with an interest in sound art, noise and drone music. He has received several commissions to commemorate historical events and figures including Erik Satie, Henry VIII, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and The Victoria Cross. Jez currently runs and curates a quarterly event called SHNDG which features circuit bending, noise, experimental and electronica artists the event often includes live video performance and live film score work. Jez is also a specialist in reclaimation and restoration of antique and vintage glazing, doors and structural joinery.

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