The Noisy Renaissance

The Noisy Renaissance

From the strictly regimented church bells to the freewheeling chatter of civic life, Renaissance Florence was a city built not just of stone but of sound as well. An evocative alternative to the dominant visual understanding of urban spaces, The Noisy Renaissance examines the premodern city as an acoustic phenomenon in which citizens used sound to navigate space and society.

Analyzing a range of documentary and literary evidence, art and architectural historian Niall… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (August 09, 2016)

Page count: 280 pages

Language: English


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