Deeply Listening Body
Deeply Listening Body is a compilation of movement practices, improvisations, exercises and a detailed introduction to the beginning
movements of the Yang style T'ai Chi form. Included are step-by-step
instructions, guided suggestions for focusing one's attention, instructions
for group pieces and a glossary of terms from the Taoist tradition.
Heloise Gold is a performing artist, dancer and T'ai Chi/Qi Gong instructor.
Listening in Dreams
Listening in Dreams; A Compendium of Sound Dreams, Meditations And Rituals for Deep Dreamers
Plus This is a Dream! A Handbook for Deep Dreamers
Listening in Dreams is a Journey through the fascinating world of sound related dreams. It contains a fine selection of dreams and ways of working with dreams that will be helpful to all those interested in phenomena of the night. This double edition also contains an updated version of the popular This is a Dream! A Handbook for Deep Dreamers.
The Roots of the Moment: Collected Writings 1980-1996
This new volume of collected writings by Pauline Oliveros is presented in an unique polytextural format includes essays and scores along with a CD. Introduction by Jackson Mac Low. Excerpt. Publication of this book by Drogue Press has been made possible with the assistance of The Institute for Electronic Arts, School of Art and Design at Alfred University with generous support from Pamela Joseph.
Softcover, includes CD
Deep Listening: A Composers' Sound Practice
An exciting guide to ways of listening and sounding. This book provides unique insights and perspectives for artists, students, teachers, meditators and anyone interested in how consciousness may be affected by profound attention to the sonic environment.
Written by Pauline Oliveros.
Deep Listening Anthology
Deep Listening Anthology is a collection of scores from the community of Deep Listeners. Edited by Marc Jensen and with an introduction by Tom Bickley this collection presents 38 works by 25 musicians.The composers who have contributed scores are Betsey Biggs, Tom Bickley, Anne Bourne, Monique Buzzarté, Raylene Campbell, Joe Catalano, Thomas Ciufo, Viv Corringham, James Coury, Stuart Dempster, Joel Ford, Marc Jensen, Alison Johns, Stephanie Loveless, Norman Lowrey, Linda Montano, Shannon Morrow, Trudy Morse, Michelle Nagai, Vonn New, Doug Van Nort, Susanne Olbrich, Margaret Schedel, Margrit Schenker, and Christine Zehnder-Probst
Deep Listening at Rose Mountain
Scores and writings from the first Deep Listening Retreat, June 1991, Rose Mountain, New Mexico
Deep Listening Pieces
Thirty-Six pieces for audience participation.
Open Spaces is a collection of compositions, essays and other writings by Marc Jensen, revolving around associations with place, and how our relationships with our environment can be translated into sound. Richly complex behavior emerges using only simple sets of instructions. These pieces are invitations to explore, to meditate on the conditions of one's own life, and to find out how individual actions come together to create a social whole.
Marc Jensen is a composer, performer, and improviser, who received his Ph.D. in composition from the University of Minnesota. Much of his work is oriented around composing relationships rather than specific sounds - setting up situations in which performers follow simple sets of rules to interact and produce an unpredictably complex whole, structures without content. His principle teachers have included Pauline Oliveros, Alvin Curran, Alex Lubet, and Doug Geers. Dr. Jensen holds a teaching certificate through the Deep Listening Institute, and has edited several books on Deep Listening. He has published articles in the journals Perspectives of New Music, Tempo, the Musical Times, and Cinema Journal.
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Pauline Oliveros: Sounding the Margins
Sounding the Margins: Collected Writing 1992 - 2009. 287 pages.
Sounding the Margins: Collected Writings 1992-2009 by composer, performer,humanitarian, and Deep Listening™ founder Pauline Oliveros document her activity over this period and the many recent advances that have taken place in the fields of electronic and telematic musical performance, improvisation, artificial intelligence, and the role of women in contemporary music.
"A fascinating collection of essays by a visionary composer and musical thinker, Sounding the Margins is a 'must read' for anyone interested in the directions music is heading in the twenty-first century." - David Bernstein
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Anthology of Essays on Deep Listening - Monique Buzzarté & Tom Bickley, editors
In this ground-breaking work, twenty-three authors investigate and discuss composer Pauline Oliveros' revolutionary practice of Deep Listening. From an education program reaching 47,000 San Francisco school children to electronic dance music (EDM) events held in remote desert locations, from underwater duets with whales to architectural listening, the multifaceted essays in this collection provide compelling depictions of Deep Listening's ability to nurture creative work and promote societal change.
Edited by Monique Buzzarté and Tom Bickley, with a foreward by Pauline Oliveros, the anthology's essay authors are Anne Bourne, Viv Corringham, Renee T. Coulombe, Lara Davis, Stuart Dempster, Fred Frith, Heloise Gold, Lesley Greco, Lawton Hall, Ione, Susan Key, Norman Lowrey, Miya Masaoka, Paula Matthusen, Thollem McDonas, Kristin Norderval, Jann Pasler, Fabian Racca, Dana Reason, David Rothenberg, Scott Smallwood, Suzanne Thorpe, and Gayle Young.