Definition: Eco-Structuralism (i-ˈkō ˈstrək-chə-rə-ˌli-zəm)
n. In music, a technique for composition in which sound recordings, particularly field recordings, are analysed for underlying structures and patterns, whereby the analysis results, used in conjunction with a strict set of rules, become the constructs of the musical work.

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