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Feedback ! : pour une généalogie des musiques populaires

Abstract : This thesis is about the uses of domestic and professionnal technologies of recording in popular music. First, I argue that these technologies play an essential role at every moments of our life (musical pleasure, sociality, learning process, composition). Second, I try to demonstrate that theses uses are constantly reinvented by amators, specially since recording?s devices are easy to manipulate. Looking present and past practices, I try to show that most of these technics have in common to use feedback, principle that we can find not only in the technology but also in the interactions between people. From this point, I argue that this way of organIse and represent the world finds his origins in the way Britishs scientists interpreted the Scientific Revolution. This study is completed by a research field in Ile de France. History and sociology of sciences, studies about body and musical repertoires are used
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François Ribac. Feedback ! : pour une généalogie des musiques populaires. Sociologie. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 2008. Français. ⟨NNT : 2008METZ001L⟩. ⟨tel-01752560⟩



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