In a recent article published in Music & Politics, I examined the relationship between music, hegemony and violence in the political thought of the Italian composer Luigi Nono (1924-1990).1 I analysed in particular his interpretation of Antonio Gramsci’s ideas...
Music, Sound and Conflict is a research blog that examines the political dimension of music and sound in contemporary societies. The blog articles analyse the role of sound and music in dynamics of extreme violence, armed conflicts, and propaganda, but also in processes of resistance. They pay particular attention to the sonic dimension of political and identity rituals deployed in both democracy and authoritarian regimes.
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Publications récentes sur HAL
- Sound commitments: ethics and politics
- When only war can kill the silence: Listening to No One Is Innocent after 13 November 2015
- Quand il ne reste que la guerre pour tuer le silence : Écouter No One Is Innocent après le 13 novembre 2015
- Music and humanitarian narratives
- La musique dans la Guerre civile espagnole