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VA | Green Field Recordings | World Listening Day 2020

 

The Portuguese netlabel Green Field Recordings joins, for the 10th year, the World Listening Project, through World Listening Day, with another field recording sound compilation, under the theme "The Collective Field". Thanks to all sound artists that participate in this special edition. 


01. Acoustic Mirror - 2020-03-17 19_44 (Lockdown Listening Diary Entry) (05:00)

02. Balan Ronan - Andador Francisco I. Madero, Centro Histórico, Querétaro, México (07:00)

03. Deep Dive Sound - Sunset Shoreline Sounds - Malapascua Island - Philipines (04:02)

04. Enrique Maraver - Tres Instancias De Una Nueva Quietud (07:11)

05. Heitor Alves - When peace is broken by whirling blades (03:56)

06. Luís Antero - Morning Birds I (05:31)

07. Mark Nazemi - MN_ThirdBeach_2019 (07:26)

08. Mikael Layoura - Encuentro, Verdiales, Puerto de la Torre

09. Pablo Sanz - 2458929.33333 ~ 28026 (06:45)

10. Robert Kroos - LEBANON,  Morning at The Cedars (05:58)

11. Roberto Vodanović Čopor - sds (06:01)

12. Stefan Taylor - Lockdown nightingale and freght train (09:25)


Credits:
Style: Soundscape/Field Recordings
Original photos: Luís Antero
Artwork: GFR

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1st compilation (2010-2011)
https://archive.org/details/Va-OColecionadorDeSons-WorldListeningDay

2nd compilation (2012)
https://archive.org/details/Va-GreenFieldRecordings-WorldListeningDay

3rd compilation (2013)
https://archive.org/details/VaGreenFieldRecordingsWorldListeningDay2013

4th compilation (2014)
https://archive.org/details/VaGreenFieldRecordingsWorldListeningDay2014

5th compilation (2015)
https://archive.org/details/Httpgreenfieldrecordings.yolasite.comaudio-2015.php

6th compilation (2016)
https://archive.org/details/VAGreenFieldRecordingsWorldListeningDay2016

7th compilation (2017)
https://archive.org/details/Vagfrworldlisteningday2017

8th compilation (2018)
https://archive.org/details/vagreenfieldrecordingswld2019

 

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Robert Kroos | Shuruq

 

01. Bedouin Song in Al Baydha (04:53)

02. FAJR - Gawr al-Mazraah (06:13)

03. The Dogs of Dana Village (05:32)

04. Morning Storm in the Dana Valley (06:47)

05. Morning at Afra Hot Springs (12:58)

06. SHURUQ - Gawr al-Mazraah (12:31)


Recorded in the Kingdom of Jordan, between 11 and 18 february 2020.

RK


Credits:
Style: Soundscape/Field Recordings
Original photos: Robert Kroos
Artwork: GFR

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Roberto Vodanović Čopor | Nobody

 

01. l'm nobody, who are you-...l (06:15)

02. l'm nobody, who are you-...ll (05:51)

03. l'm nobody, who are you-...lll (04:52)

04. Some tired future (08:31)


Credits:
Style: Soundscape/Field Recordings
Original photos: RVC
Artwork: GFR

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MZ N-710 | Chemin de Fer du Haut-Forez (Haut-Forez Railway)

 
1. En cabine de Craponne-sur-Arzon à Sembadel / Inside cabin from Craponne-sur-Arzon to Sembadel (24:23)

2. Retour de Pontempeyrat à Usson-en-Forez / Return from Pontempeyrat to Usson-en-Forez (11:46)

Ces enregistrements ont été faits lors de mon voyage à bord de l'autorail X 2807 du Chemin de Fer du Haut-Forez le 30 juillet 2019. L'association du CFHF, basée à Estivareilles (42), fait circuler des trains touristiques sur la partie réhabilitée de la ligne Bonson - Sembadel, reliant autrefois Saint-Etienne à la Haute-Loire en direction de la Chaise-Dieu et d'Ambert, ligne de montagne au profil difficile, au long de laquelle on découvre des paysages enchanteurs. Le premier enregistrement a été réalisé dans la cabine de l'autorail entre Craponne-sur-Arzon et Sembadel (Haute-Loire), aux côtés du conducteur. On perçoit le tintamarre caractéristique du moteur MGO de 825 cv et le klaxon, souvent actionné à l'approche des nombreux passages à niveau. Je remercie les bénévoles de l'association qui m'ont autorisé à enregistrer dans ces conditions exceptionnelles. Le second enregistrement a été capté pendant le voyage du retour entre Pontempeyrat où la ligne franchit l'Ance sur un impressionnant viaduc et Usson-en-Forez (42). Dans la remorque de l'autorail, les voix et les rires des passagers se détachent sur la "musique" du train, souvenir inoubliable des voyages de mon enfance.

Matériel d'enregistrement : Olympus LS-10

MZ-N710

These recordings have been done when I travelled on the X 2807 "autorail" of the Haut-Forez Railway on July 30th, 2019. The CFHF association runs trains on the remaining part of the Bonson to Sembadel line, that used to connect Saint-Etienne to Haute-Loire department, on the way to la Chaise-Dieu and Ambert, in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France. This difficult moutain line runs through stunning landscapes. I recorded the first track in the conductor's cabin between Craponne-sur-Arzon and Sembadel (Haute-Loire). The typical hubbub of the 825 hp MGO engine can be heard, as the hooter often rings, warning from many level-crossings. I thank the volunteers of the association who allowed me to record in these exceptional conditions. The second track was taken during return between Pontempeyrat, where the line crosses Ance river on an impressive viaduct, and Usson-en-Forez (Loire). In the trailer, voices and laughs of the passengers blend with the train's "music", unforgettable memory of my childhood journeys.

Recording device : Olympus LS-10

http://www.cheminferhautforez.com/

MZ-N710

Credits:
Style: Field Recordings
Original photos: MZ N-710
Artwork: GFR

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Toni Dimitrov | Bucharest Sketches

 
01. Bucharest Sketches (34:08)

This is the fifth in the series of field recordings albums from the field recordist and sound artist Toni Dimitrov dedicated to a city. After the field recordings from Athens (released on Green Field Recordings), Milan and Ioannina (released on Auriculab), and Belgrade (released on Silber Records), this time the sketches are recorded in Bucharest during his stay in Romania for field recordings residency in the Danube delta, in the summer of 2019. In the piece you can hear the recordings from the Bucharest streets, parks, the noise from the rain, fountains, etc., interweaving subtly, blurring the line between field recording and sound art.

TD


Credits:
Style: Field Recordings//Soundscape
Original photos: Toni Dimitrov
Artwork: GFR

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