Using Noise as a Compositional Tool with Different Perspectives
This thesis shows my approach to musical composition in relation to the usage of noise as a tool with a narrowed-down perspective. In contemporary art music, our ears got accommodated to noise. Noise also is everywhere in daily life. It is daily life itself. But if we discuss the term either philosophically or scientifically, we can see that it is extremely complex. Because then, the definition we attribute to noise in daily life is beyond its dictionary definition. How can we use noise, that we are so familiar with, despite all the complexity it brings along, both in daily life, and from the audio world, as a compositional tool?