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In his introduction, Corbett argues for the value of “little” musics like those in the book, introducing the work’s title and providing a brief history of the term “microgroove.” He offers explanations of the ongoing relevance of question/answer interviews in cultural criticism, the relationship between direct conversation and poststructuralist composition in the author’s philosophy, and the multiple valences of the term “other” in the subtitle. He concludes with the conjecture that in music the divide between macro and micro is falling apart.

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