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Sound of history

Authors: Frans Mossberg, Cajsa S. Lund, Jens Holger Rindel, Charlotte Hagström & Jonas Brunskog

What are the sounds of history? How has the soundscape changed throughout history? Every age has its own soundscapes. In an interdisciplinary symposium at Sound Evironment Centre at Lund University in 2008, researchers from different disciplines gave their views on historic soundscapes and the sounds of yesterday. From archeological findings of prehistoric sound tools, acoustics in Roman Theatres, sound insulation in old buildings to old people ́s memories of sounds of yesteryear, this collection of texts gives samples of recent research on historic soundscapes.

The publication can be found here.

SOUNDS OF HISTORY

SOUNDS OF HISTORY

Frans Mossberg, Cajsa S. Lund, Jens Holger Rindel, Charlotte Hagström & Jonas Brunskog

Publications from Sound Environment Centre at Lund University No. 6
2008
English

ISSN: 1653-9354