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Composing with Schizo-narratives and Sonic Chorographies: The Territory of Disembodied Voices and the Perception of Acousmatic Identities

Emmanuel Spinelli
2016
Three extended projects using field recordings and interviews as their primary source material are examined: a soundscape study of Padstow, a composition dealing with the soundscapes of historically-charged  ...  The author develops a number of notions including the construction of schizo-narratives: an editing technique where fragments of interviews are reorganised to create unexpected and non-linear narratives  ...  As soon as a child is able to lisp its parent's name it will chant the glorious strains of our ancient Festival Song: and will usher in May's first merry morn, with 'The summer, and the Summer, and the  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00017033 fatcat:awqjkgsvfvda5b5lz77dudunsi

William Duncan of Metlakatla: A Victorian Missionary in British Columbia

Jean Usher
1969
The settlement grew rapidly and with its many industries, large church, neat houses and gardens became widely known as a model of missionary endeavour.  ...  This thesis is a case study of a Victorian missionary in a British Columbia context and focuses primarily on the model Christian Indian utopia of Metlakatla, established for the Tsimshian nation by William  ...  and taught 121 to lisp the name of Christ."  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0058241 fatcat:w7xygkyxxvdg5gocuy2fo5mayu