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Funky Grooves: Declarative Programming of Full-Fledged Musical Applications [chapter]

Henrik Nilsson, Guerric Chupin
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The former, in the synchronous dataflow tradition, aligns with the temporal and declarative nature of music, while the latter allows declarative interfacing with external components as needed for full-fledged  ...  The paper is a case study around the development of an interactive cellular automaton for composing groove-based music.  ...  Henning Thielemann for support and advice with the reactive libraries and the Haskell JACK bindings respectively, Michel Mauny for co-supervising the second author's summer internship with the Functional Programming  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51676-9_11 fatcat:wx6xb67tlbgrljupl2aczsz4ge

Hipness, Hybridity, and "Neo-Bohemian" Hip-Hop: Rethinking Existence in the African Diaspora

Maxwell Williams
2020
By centering this aesthetics as a unifying component of these musical practices, I challenge top-down models of essential diasporic interconnection.  ...  Overall, by rethinking the heuristic value of hipness as a musical and lived Black aesthetic, the project develops an innovative method for connecting the aesthetic and the social in music studies and  ...  Acknowledgements vii 32 Spaulding (2004) similarly theorizes the importance of improvisation to the Invisible Man's conception of Black existence and connects this explicitly to what he calls the novel's  ... 
doi:10.7298/gc22-cs87 fatcat:envf3y3ujbbddgw5dxni7b6h7a

SURVIVAL TECHNOLOGIES: AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSICAL MODERNISMS

Jeffrey A Wimble
2020
My application of the term survivaltechnologies denotes two primary aspects: musical "technologies" in the sense that the term is commonly understood to refer to the construction of musical instruments  ...  This dissertation focuses on a variety of African-American musical expressions of the later twentieth century, situating them along a continuum of musical modernism that constitute various modes of survival  ...  of full-fledged Chicago blues.  ... 
doi:10.25394/pgs.8040764.v1 fatcat:7ie6utec2zd6tm7zltnotkrkxa

Digital Sampling and Appropriation as Approaches to Electronic Music Composition and Production

Gene Shill, University, My, Andrew Brown
2018
The Golden Age of Hip-Hop is presented as a historical period of musical significance, not only for defining new genres and sub genres of music, but because of the influencing factors that emerging technologies  ...  in order to construct musical works An overview of the art of remixing and how it serves as an apprenticeship within the realms of electronic music production, offers detailed insights into compositional  ...  at it's best is fully fledged composition: the creation of a new music out of shards of reified sound an alchemical liberation of the music trapped inside dead commodities (Reynolds, 1998 p.45).  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/3631 fatcat:gvcxmlwstngnhfsrcazovoseei

Making The Bronx Move: Hip-Hop Culture And History From The Bronx River Houses To The Parisian Suburbs, 1951-1984

Kevin Waide Kosanovich
2015
This dissertation investigates Bronx individuals and their communities tracing the tensions between the built environment, cultural creations, and how local iterations of these dynamics provided the basis  ...  youth practices into a full-fledged concatenation of cultural and artistic practices.  ...  The cultural practices and pathways created by Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation translated youthful cultural creations into a full-fledged counterpublic.  ... 
doi:10.21220/m2-zpfn-gq56 fatcat:a5v5spkvgfd5njf4wuifpvf7ua

Clever Children: The Sons and Daughters of Experimental Music

David Carter, University, My, Paul Draper
2018
Clever Children: The Sons and Daughters of Experimental Music explores the relationship between the experimental music tradition and these Clever Children through the application of a mixed method Collective  ...  of Electronica and its place within the history of twentieth century music.  ...  Musicale.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/1356 fatcat:iiyfsof3l5gbphfmisndxlgnze

Storyville: Discourses In Southern Musicians' Autobiographies

Matthew Sutton
2011
Under a Groove (1994), and Guthrie P.  ...  Elsewhere, the respected Journal of Country Music qualified an overall complimentary review of recent country-music autobiographies by asking in a headline, "What Hath Tom Carter Wrought?"  ...  a "funky" style), reads as a backhanded compliment at best.  ... 
doi:10.21220/s2-wnm2-z287 fatcat:24m2cvyxu5cyjlrpuzmsxlfd7i

THE EASTERN PROGRESS Eastern penalized for low transfer goals ■University loses $230,400 in new money from CHE Managing editor

Chad Williamson
1995 unpublished
Who would have thought that DeVonc Holt, one of the biggest rap music fans in the history of the music, would enjoy and even buy a Red Hot Chili Peppers CD or Find myself grooving to the sounds of a live  ...  He * ' describes Live as a collage juxtaposing For Jerome Hairston, playwright, the neon television's representations of inner-city light* am In might. only Hairston's and a few others emerged as full-fledged  ...  Clinton has called for a full review of affirmative action and may attempt to base Icdcral programs on economic need rather than race or gender.  ... 
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The Playful Frame of Mind: An Exploration of its Influence upon Creative Flow in a Post-War Popular Music-Making Context

Marshall Stuart Heiser, University, My, Donna Weston
2018
Contemporary popular music makers live in an era where an over-abundance of affordable technological aids (along with the distribution capabilities of the internet) have created a glut of creative possibilities  ...  It is now possible for every part of the popular music-making process to be performed, or enhanced, within a software context.  ...  In 1967, with the sessions still in progress, Wilson confidently declared: "the album will include lots of humour -some musical and some spoken" (Priore, 2005, p. 105) .  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/3433 fatcat:lfgojrlrsffidic2vi6pkvqzse

Communicating crisis : musical effervescence in South African HIV/AIDS interventions

Gavin Robert Walker
2016
2 Declaration for SOAS PhD thesis I have read and understood regulation 17.9 of the Regulations for students of the SOAS, University of London concerning plagiarism.  ...  I also undertake that any quotation or paraphrase from the published or unpublished work of another person has been duly acknowledged in the work which I present for examination.  ...  But also do it in a cool, funky way within the song.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00023809 fatcat:yejr6ymjnnanbfg5c6eydmpovu

Minzoku madness: hip hop and Japanese national subjectivity MINZOKU MADNESS: HIP HOP AND JAPANESE NATIONAL SUBJECTIVITY MINZOKU MADNESS: HIP HOP AND JAPANESE NATIONAL SUBJECTIVITY

David Morris, David Morris, David Morris
2010 unpublished
The influence of African-American music in Japan has been strong since the 1920s and 1930s, and came to full flower during and after Japan's surrender and subsequent occupation.  ...  African-American music-not just jazz, but rock, funk, and soul-eventually became a 'music of resistance,' connected to events such as the student protests that marked Japan in the 1960's, indicating the  ...  On the other hand, the Haguretic MCs' samples rode the exact groove missing from Ari's, their funkiness and rhythmic unpredictability encouraging looser body styles, sampled drums swinging with the precision  ... 
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Blackness, Radicalism, Sound: Black Consciousness and Black Popular Music in the U.S.A (1955 – 1971)

Dhanveer Singh Brar
2013
The focus is always on how this material contributes to an analysis of the sonic form and content of the movement and the music.  ...  The contention is that the relationship between the movement and the new popular music during this period is indicative of a general exchange between black music and black radicalism and can be analysed  ...  It becomes a declaration about the interchangeability of both practices. When listening to black music one is also listening to black radicalism.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00007806 fatcat:edzr7noaorcvxjldm5j7g74nre

Belgrade's Music Scenes: Local and Trans-local Interactions in the New Europe

Vladimir Petkovic, University, My, James A Bennett
2021
becoming part of the Belgrade music scene.  ...  contextualise Belgrade's music scenes in the transitional, post-conflict and neo-liberal period of Serbia's social-political and cultural development in the 1990s and 2000s.  ...  Namely, new groups do not need any higher causes or big global plans to be rock'n'roll or to be a full-fledged part of that tradition (Ambrozic, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/4337 fatcat:nbmkjeuorvatrimjt7jfu2e6wm

Māori media : a study of the Māori "media sphere" in Aotearoa/New Zealand [article]

Eliana Gabriela Taira, University Of Canterbury
2009
of support.  ...  It is asserted that the ideal media model for Māori communication is a combination of big and small media, with Māori active partnership and inclusion of Māori content in prime-time slots within mainstream  ...  With its "electric grooves" format and its non-stop line-up of DJs, music is given priority over talk and ads.  ... 
doi:10.26021/4706 fatcat:7imvcq2vbfg6risal25sj2egxu

The Beautiful Struggle: an Analysis of Hip Hop Icons, Archetypes, and Aesthetics [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Nathaniel Norment
2020
Chapter 1 provides an introduction, which includes a definition of terms, statement of the problem and literature review. It also offers a perfunctory discussion of hip hop as culture.  ...  I explore gender dynamics within the context of inter-genre, call-and-response between male emcees and female neo-soul artists. Chapter 4 traces the development of hip-hop aesthetics and [...]  ...  When Jay-Z announced his retirement as a hip hop artist became of Def Jam Records in 2004, he became a full-fledged corporate executive.  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/3687 fatcat:rik67jarvjc4hbvlwadwg6d3t4
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