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How did the Tribunal conceive of Bikindi’s songs for the purposes of judgment? The other half of the book is addressed to how such concerns manifested themselves acoustically in court.
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In doing so, however, it takes a particular interest in questions of sound and listening, which it is argued have been seriously neglected in contemporary legal scholarship. More Between September 2006 and December 2008, Simon Bikindi stood trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), accused of inciting genocide with his songs. Never before had an international court or tribunal been called upon to determine a musician’s culpability for acts of genocide.
In doing so, however, it takes a particular interest in questions of sound and listening, which it is argued have been seriously neglected in contemporary legal scholarship.