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FR NYC is working to archive the many sounds of New York City, large and small. It is far too easy to be caught up by the speed of New York and forget about all there is to appreciate surrounding us at any given moment. This project's goal is to remind us to step aside on occasion and center ourselves. Even the busiest of cities can seem incredibly calm from a distance. Contact: fieldrecordingsnyc@gmail.com
 
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“I walked along Canale Street with Damián, we talked about what life is like in José Mármol while we enjoyed the rich sound and visual landscape, more than anything the sunset that was building, a lot of light that radiated from the streets and also knowing from what sounds those who inhabit it: local neighbours, motorcycles, dogs and a rich variet…
 
“This was part of the Lycean way we did and this recording was made just beyond a town called Kaş. We thought we had reached the middle of nowhere when this herd of goats emerged followed by a shepherd whistling and whooping them in the right direction!”Bởi Field Recordings
 
“I recorded this at dawn, at the edge of a vast forest on the north-west bank of Loch Laidon on Rannoch Moor, on a dry and bright but blustery Spring morning. The focus of this recording is the fluctuating wind, swaying a couple of the many thousands of huge pine trees. I’m told that this forest was planted in the 1970s and 1980s, at a time when we…
 
“Here is a recording I made of the spring dawn chorus in the Tanneron Ridges, about 5km inland from the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France. The Forêt Du Grand Duc (Eagle Owl Forest) covers 90 hectares and offers beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea, the Bay of Cannes and the Lérins Islands. The recording was made at 6am, about 45 minute…
 
“It’s recorded down the coast at a place called Ironbark Gorge early on a sunny Sunday in February this year. Lots of tall eucalypts and tree ferns and sweet tiny finches. Anouk has started taking an interest in recording so she came out with me. You’ll hear us at the beginning and at the end. Despite of course, my obvious bias, she’s kind of got a…
 
A new composition for watching the snow melt, or watching the ice float on the Lake, or to calm the mind as it awaits the future. Always remember, composer Milton Feldman worked at his family’s business (manufacturing children’s coats) until he was forty-four, so work tomorrow isn’t going to be that bad. This piece is the second in a series of work…
 
After an unintended 5 month hiatus, the stopGOstop podcast is back with episode 159. Evanston or Midwest in Midwinter or I don’t understand Mark Rothko is a 14-minute composition featuring field recordings of walking in the snow, a brass quintet, sine waves, and a positive attitude.Bởi john wanzel
 
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