Ecologies of Resonance in Christian Musicking

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 4. September 2020
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  • 189 Seiten
 
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Ecologies of Resonance in Christian Musicking Rexplores a diverse range of Christian musical activity through the conceptual lens of resonance, a concept rooted in the physical, vibrational, and sonic realm that carries with it an expansive ability to simultaneously describe personal, social, and spiritual realities. In this book, Mark Porter proposes that attention to patterns of back-and-forth interaction that exist in and alongside sonic activity can help to understand the dynamics of religious musicking in new ways and, at the same time, can provide a means for bringing diverse traditions into conversation. The book focuses on different questions arising out of human experience in the moment of worship. What happens if we take the entry point of a human being experiencing certain patterns of (more than) sonic interaction with the world around them as a focus for exploration? What different ecologies of interaction can be encountered? What kinds of patterns can be traced through different Christian worshiping environments? And how do these operate across multiple dimensions of experience? Chapters covering ascetic sounding, noisy congregations, and Internet live-streaming, among others, serve to highlight the diverse ecologies of resonance that surround Christian musicking, suggesting the potential to develop new perspectives on devotional musical activity that focus not primarily on compositions or theological ideals but on changing patterns of interaction across multiple dimensions between individuals, spaces, communities, and God.
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  • Oxford
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  • USA
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Mark Porter studied at University College, Oxford, and King's College, London, before completing his doctorate in ethnomusicology at City University, London, in 2014. Following this, in 2015, he took up a postdoctoral position at Max-Weber-Kolleg, Universität Erfurt. His first monograph, Contemporary Worship Music and Everyday Musical Lives, was published 2017 and he is co-founder and programme chair of the biennial Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives conference. His writing has appeared in the Church Music Quarterly, Ecclesial Practices, Liturgy, the Journal of Contemporary Religion and the Journal of the American Academy of Religion, among others. Mark is also an active church musician who has served as worship leader, director of music, organist and choir leader for a variety of churches in the UK and in Germany.
  • Cover
  • Series
  • Ecologies of Resonance in Christian Musicking
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Experiencing Multiple Traditions
  • Sounding and World-?Relation
  • Music, People, and Interaction
  • Introducing Resonance
  • What Resonance Can Offer
  • 1. Sounding Back and Forth
  • Exploring a Word
  • Ideal Individual-?World Relationships
  • Acoustics and Sense
  • Aurality, Cognition, and Spirit
  • Vibration, Affect, and Atmosphere
  • Interrogating Resonance
  • Dynamic Ritual Ecologies Across Traditions
  • 2. Singing, Resonance, and Ascetic Struggle
  • Turning Away from Music
  • Music, Silence, and the Desert
  • Resonance and the Body
  • The Monk and the Cell
  • Contending with Demons
  • Psalmody and Resonance
  • 3. Resonance, Bach, and Noisy Congregations
  • Listening in Low Fidelity
  • Bringing Back the Noise
  • Bach and Subjectivity
  • Social Situations
  • Paris and Leipzig
  • Churches and Noise
  • Theology and Listening
  • Modes of Engagement
  • 4. Evangelicals, Authenticity, and Sacrament
  • Worship Music and Interaction
  • Evolving Authenticities
  • Strategic Deployment
  • Sacramental (Re)Discovery
  • Presence and Sound
  • Alternate Narratives
  • Complex Categories
  • Interrelated Processes
  • Contending Different Ideals
  • 5. Space, Multiplicity, and De/?Reconstructing Resonance
  • Two Vignettes
  • Theorizing a Movement
  • Musical Deconversion
  • Multiplicity and Space
  • Ambient
  • Reconfiguring Resonance
  • 6. Prayer Room Live-?Streaming and Transnational Resonant Assemblages
  • Virtual and IRL Interaction
  • Agreement
  • Divine Mediation
  • Atmosphere
  • Assemblages and Affordances
  • Changing Patterns of Devotion
  • Conclusion: Relational Ecologies and Rhizomatic Flight
  • The Nine Questions
  • Models and Taxonomies
  • Taking Stock
  • Moving Forward
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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