L'objet-exposition "Sonolithe" de Louis Dandrel (1991) : un outil pédagogique patrimonial d'éducation à l'écoute en lien avec l'écologie sonore

Abstract : Louis Dandrel was born in 1939. He is a musician, a composer and a sound designer. In 1991, he imagined a « sound exhibition » for the general public entitled « Sonolithe » in order to make people’s perceptions of the sound environment evolve. After being one actor of the translation of R. Murray Schafer’s famous book The soundscape (1979), Louis Dandrel wrote the preface of the second edition in 2010. In many interviews and conferences he reaffirms the decisive influence of Murray Schafer on his work. This thesis is based upon a double statement which becomes a double hypothesis, both musicological and pedagogical, so as to try and determine to what extent the exhibition-object « Sonolithe » can be integrated into an « acoustic ecology » theoretical framework, as defined by R. Murray Schafer and his followers. Secondly, this thesis tries to examine the exhibition-object as part of a possible didactical system, building on Louis Dandrel’s pedagogical positioning.
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Dominique Habellion. L'objet-exposition "Sonolithe" de Louis Dandrel (1991) : un outil pédagogique patrimonial d'éducation à l'écoute en lien avec l'écologie sonore. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de Limoges, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LIMO0105⟩. ⟨tel-01692103⟩

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