LONGER PLAY: THE ELONGATION OF PLAY AND EXPERIENCE IN SOUND AND MUSIC RECORDINGS
This presentation is research for the IASPM UK/IRE 2020 conference. The focus here is on the elongation of play, generation of flow, focus on recorded music as a system of components, and a consideration of the record changer with evidence drawn mainly from Billboard in the mid to late 1940s.
Tim J. Anderson is Associate Professor and Director of the Institute for the Humanities at Old Dominion University. He has published numerous book chapters, refereed journal articles, and two monographs. His latest research project focuses on recordings, musicians, listeners and the public sphere. Anderson’s website is timjanderson.com