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Sound American: Volume Two edited by Nate Wooley

Sound American Volume 2: Issues 4-7 2014 edited by Nate Wooley

Published by Sound American. Paperback, 174 pages, 2018.

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Sound American writes:

Due to a surprisingly large demand, SA began printing their back issues in this collected format last year and almost immediately sold out of Volume One. Now we're pleased to present Volume Two which features the best articles, essays and interviews from our issues originally presented in 2014.

SA4: The What Is Music Issue

Featuring interviews with Canary Records' Ian Nagoski, archivist Richard K “Dick” Spottswood, a new interview with Corbett vs Dempsey's John Corbett, and more.

SA5: The Philadelphia Issue

Featuring interviews with Philadelphian free jazz players Bobby Zankel and Elliott Levin, an appreciation essay Jack Rose Is Real by Chris Forsyth, and more.

SA6: The Maker Issue

Featuring an instrument by instrument celebration of Harry Partch, an interview with Milwaukee instrument maker Hal Rammel, and a new essay by Laetitia Sonami.

SA7: The Deep Listening Issue

Featuring an interview with Pauline Oliveros, versions of her text works by Alessandro Bosetti, Megan Schubert, and Nick Hallett, and a new essay by Seth Cluett.