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Laura Stephenson

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Object #2. The Panopticon and Acousmatic Stalkers in Film

Object #2. The Panopticon and Acousmatic Stalkers in Film

Posted on 28 March 2017 by Laura Stephenson

By Sini Mononen, PhD student, University of Turku. In the film When a Stranger Calls (1979), a young babysitter (Carol Kane) is being terrorized by an anonymous stalker, who keeps […]

Object #1. A war sample from Matthew Herbert’s The End of Silence

Object #1. A war sample from Matthew Herbert’s The End of Silence

Posted on 28 March 2017 by Laura Stephenson

By Richard McReynolds, PhD student (Composition). As a composer who deals with electronics and studio-based composition, I believe that using real-world sounds produces powerful artistic statements about the world. In […]

About the 100 Objects blog

Posted on 28 March 2017 by Laura Stephenson

This Blog collects material used as a catalyst for discussion at the School of Music’s PG Forum, an informal meeting where PhD and Master’s students debate the practical and theoretical […]

Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony and Harmoniemusik: recovering a lost soundscape

Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony and Harmoniemusik: recovering a lost soundscape

Posted on 25 January 2017 by Laura Stephenson

Boxwood & Brass, specialists in Harmoniemusik (for wind instruments) from the two or three decades either side of 1800, will be in concert here in February as part of our […]