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by Jacques Attali

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Title:Noise: The Political Economy of Music (Theory and History of Literature, Vol 16)
Authors:Jacques Attali
Info:University of Minnesota Press (1985), Paperback
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Argues that music does not reflect society; it foreshadows new social formations.

Noise is a model of cultural historiography. In its general theoretical argument on the relations of culture to economy, but also in its specialized concentration, Noise has much that is of importance to critical theory today.
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