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Exploring emptiness : an investigation of 'ma' and 'mu' in my sonic composition practice
R. Akama
Published 2015
Psychology
The commentary investigates Japanese aesthetics of space, silence and emptiness - ma and mu - that informed my compositional practice during the research period 2012 - 2015. The portfolio comprises… Expand
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