The music and noise manifestos of the Italian Futurists formed a blueprint for sonic warfare waged against traditionalism, a radical new agenda played out with machines primed for maximal acoustic destruction and aimed at the negation of all existing value systems. THE ART OF NOISE collects together these and other writings for the first time in English, showing how the origins of modern noise music actually date from a century ago, forming an invaluable insight into Futurist thought and its most enduring and relevant legacies, and revealing how an understanding of noise-art is key to a complete comprehension of Futurist painting. THE ART OF NOISE includes five key Futurist manifestos: Luigi Russolo's qThe Art of Noisesa and qThe Futurist Noise Machinesa, and Francesco Balilla Pratella's qManifesto of Futurist Musiciansa, qTechnical Manifesto of Futurist Musica, and qDestruction of Quadraturea; plus Carlo CarrAn's related sensory manifesto qThe Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smellsa; Bruno Corra's notes on qChromatic Musica; proto-Futurist Ferrucchio Busoni's visionary and influential qSketch for a New Aesthetic of Sound Arta; a historical introduction on Futurist music and its legacy; and a chronology of Futurist music and noise.THE ART OF NOISE includes five key Futurist manifestos: Luigi Russoloa#39;s aquot;The Art of Noisesa and aquot;The Futurist Noise Machinesa, and Francesco Balilla Pratellaa#39;s aquot;Manifesto of Futurist Musiciansa, aquot;Technical Manifesto of Futurist ...
|Title||:||The Art of Noise|
|Author||:||Luigi Russolo, Francesco Balilla Pratella, Ferruccio Busoni, Bruno Corra, Carlo Carrà|