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#13464

How to Play Your World

Artist
Richard Marsella
Date
2017
Publisher
Publication Studio Guelph
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-0-98-77238-6-4
Size
19 × 25.8 × 0.9 cm
Length
144 pp
Genre
Sound Art, Manual
Description

This unusual manual celebrates noise in the classroom, in the streets, and on the air. Squeezing sound out of just about anything, How to Play Your World is the perfect cookbook for any musical anarchist. From musical kites to the parade of noises, jump on the whoopee-cushion bandwagon and share these ideas with your class today! How to Play Your World provides simple, cost-effective activities for constructing new musical instruments, organizing large collaborative performances, digitally manipulating sounds, and much more. This manual acts as a guide to help students of all ages chart their own educational paths alongside an equally curious teacher. For Grades K to 12.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b/w

  1. how to play your world
 

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