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Shaping The Noises Of Animals Into A Grand Symphonic Sound Installation

Composer-performer and “soundscape ecologist” Bernie Krause has used 5,000 hours of field recordings, made over 50 years and featuring 15,000 species, to create The Great Animal Orchestra, commissioned in 2016 by the Fondation Cartier in Paris and opening this year in the US and Australia in 2023. – Artnet
Tags: Art, Music, Australia, US, Paris, Fondation Cartier, Bernie Krause


10 Field Artists Working Across Aesthetic Boundaries

While field recording has existed for over a century, it has changed and progressed along with the rest of the industry. Here we look at ten people working in field recording who are crossing aesthetic boundaries to capture sounds from the outside world. _____________________________ Guest post by Patrick McGuire of Soundfly's Flypaper The roots of field recording go all the way back to early 1900s when pioneer musicologist John Lomax began recording cowboy songs in Texas. His son ...
Tags: Music, England, Hollywood, Texas, Hope, France, Scotland, Berlin, India, Guest Post, Shanghai, Sheffield, Patagonia, Watson, Vancouver, Music Business


224 Books About Music in David Byrne’s Personal Library

Image by LivePict, via Wikimedia Commons The meaning of the word “library” has never been more ambiguous. When we can virtually carry library-sized collections of images, music, literature and reference data in our pockets, what are physical libraries but museums of a sort? Of course, from the point of view of librarians especially, this isn’t true in the least. Libraries are fortresses of free speech, public education, and “information literacy” at the community level. Rather than obsolete o...
Tags: Books, Music



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