Research-creation in Latin America

Authored by: Ricardo Dal Farra , Carolina Brum Medeiros , Filipe Calegario , Marcelo M. Wanderley , Jaime Oliver La Rosa , Jônatas Manzolli , Juan Reyes , Fernando Iazzetta , Hamilton Mestizo

The Routledge Research Companion to Electronic Music

Print publication date:  May  2018
Online publication date:  May  2018

Print ISBN: 9781472472915
eBook ISBN: 9781315612911
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315612911-2

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Abstract

Different than other regions of our world that discovered electroacoustic music just a short while ago, composers and researchers from Latin America have not only been aware of it since its origin but were widely contributing from the very beginning (for example, Mauricio Kagel composed eight electroacoustic studies in Argentina between 1950 and 1953). This chapter focuses on sharing a broad range of initiatives and projects attempting to serve as an approach to some of the activities being developed in the Latin American region as well as outside its borders by Latin American creators and researchers. Latin America has always been a major contributor to the electroacoustic music world, with many compositions, concerts, radio series, recordings, publications and also technology innovations produced for decades. Today the activity is impressive, in quantity and quality: from sound art to electroacoustic music, from visual music to interactive sound installations, and more. Latin America not only has creators, researchers and innovators, infrastructure and equipment, but also a large audience attending to most of these activities and projects, something that we know is not always easy to achieve.

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