"Essays on the Intersection of Music and Architecture" is a collection of nine
texts written by international scholars. Most of the essays were originally presented at the interdisciplinary conference Architecture | Music | Acoustics that took place in Toronto, Canada, in June 2006 at Ryerson University.
The texts range from historiographical and theoretical explorations of the relations between music and architecture via translations of architectural spaces into music to analytical case studies of architectural spaces for musical
performance. The book includes illustrations, author biographies, and an index. For more information see the review.
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