Honors Program Theses
Open Access Honors Program Thesis
My interests in music are wide-ranging. While the majority of my energies as a student are invested in the mastery of music that is more or less conventional, I also find myself obsessing over ideas intended to clear new avenues of expression while establishing new perspectives on the familiar. My experimental side thrives in a vast playground of extant musical constructs, free to be exploded, reassembled, and reexamined. Within these constructs come certain audience expectations for the music. The presence of these expectations and the practical issues resulting from a clash of expectations served as instigators of creative thought throughout my thesis project.
Year of Submission
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
© 2011 Isaac Brockshus
Brockshus, Isaac, "Musical eating and culinary listening: Composing with sounds and flavors" (2011). Honors Program Theses. 38.