GFR 110

VA - World Listening Day 2017/Listening to the Ground (a tribute to Pauline Oliveros)

 

01. Acoustic Mirror (Spain) - Bridge #03: Suspension

02. Daniel Kordik (Slovakia) -Autobaterie, katalizatory, wind and pile of wodds

03. Luís Antero (Portugal) - Passos na Neve da Estrela

04. Robert Kroos (Holland) - Rotterdam Zuiderpark & Below (20hz ground freq. mix)

05. David Oppetit (France) - Little boy in a cave

total running time: 25:36

 

GFR 109

MZ-N710 - Chemins de Montagne II

 

01. Abeilles sur les asters et buses 31 10 16

02. Mésanges à longue queue la Borie 22 10 16

03. Ruisselet Malhiaire 22 10 16

04. Ruisseau les Chemins 26 10 13

05. Ruisseau les Chemins 22 10 16

06. Troglodyte mignon et ruisseau 21 04 15

07. Troglodyte mignon, merle, rouge-gorge 24 04 15

08. Deux rouges-gorges, torrent 21 04 15

09. Orage 18 07 15 (1)

10. Orage 18 07 15 (2)

11. Bouvreuil 30 07 15

12. Rouges-queues, bouvreuil, guêpes 30 07 15

13. Sauterelles chez Lire 6 09 16

14. Cloches des vaches Prédaval 6 09 16

15. Ruisselet le Got Blanc 30 10 16

16. Mésange le Got Blanc 30 10 16

17. Torrent le Got Blanc 30 10 16

18. Dans le petit bois 21 10 16

19. Dans le petit bois (2) 21 10 16

Total running time: 44:49


Ces enregistrements constituent la suite de "Chemins de montagne", CD virtuel paru il y a quelques années sur le même site. De la même manière, j'ai collecté des sons de nature près du village de Saint-Pierre-la-Bourlhonne, dans la montagne du Livradois-Forez, Puy-de-Dôme, France. Vous pourrez entendre plusieurs chants d'oiseaux très répandus dans cette région, ainsi que les sons de ruisseaux, orages, insectes, cloches des vaches, et des paysages sonores forestiers.

These field recordings are following the virtual CD "Chemins de Montagne" ("Mountain paths") released some years ago on the same website. In the same manner, I collected nature sounds near the little village of Saint-Pierre-la-Bourlhonne, in Livradois-Forez mountains, Puy-de-Dôme, France. The recordings include several birdsongs from that peculiar area, sounds of streams, thunderstorms, insects, cow bells, and soundscapes from forests.

+ info on the pdf book

 

 

GFR 108

Bruno Fernandes/Luís Antero - Casa Sonora 


01. Casa Sonora (Bruno Fernandes) (20:12)

02. Casa Sonora (Luís Antero) (37:04)

No âmbito do evento Letra & Música, produzido pelo Clube dos Tipos em parceria com o Jazz ao Centro Coimbra, que decorreu em Coimbra, no Salão Brazil, a 30 de setembro e 1 e 2 de outubro de 2016, realizei uma série de gravações sonoras de campo, em formato oficina, com o propósito final de produzir um peça sonora denominada Casa Sonora e que aqui se apresenta. 

Estas oficinas tiveram a participação de outros artistas sonoros e público em geral, sendo depois convidados a trabalharem artísticamente as suas gravações ou a cederem as mesmas para que pudessem ser trabalhadas. O resultado são as duas peças agora disponíveis, uma da minha autoria e outra da autoria do Bruno Fernandes, a partir das gravações que o mesmo realizou.

Um muito obrigado ao Bruno, por ter aceitado o desafio, à Joana Monteiro pela produção do evento e ao JACC por nos ter deixado deambular pela 'casa sonora' Salão Brazil.

Luís Antero

março 2017

GFR 107

Dr. James Kent - Red Rocks 


Red Rocks (2011-2013)

Red Rocks (2011-2013) is the abstract reconstruction that I utilise to immerse myself back into a place once cherished and visited by my family, most of whom are not here anymore. Now as I fill in my recounted adolescence through Red Rocks (2011- 2013)and the perceived static position in my timeline that appears every time I walk across the sandstone outcrop looking out to Hilbre Island, I attempt this time to capture my resonant past with a recorder. Time separating visits; but the repetition of space and time, time and space still appears the same as if to draw me back and recount journeys travelled and time spent. Returning to a landscape fills my audible mind as an adult with happy carefree times and when I write about this time nothing compares to the actual space and time presence. As I sat recording Red Rocks (2011-2013) sensations became apparent once again; salty air, cold air piercing my clothes, water numbing my fingers and the expanse of the Irish Sea meeting the Dee Estuary. However, as the final recording on Red Rocks (2011-2013) suggests, Shells (0:49), rings a note of remembrance for a man who once sat as a child listening and cracking together the hollow shaft of the shells.

Dr. James Kent


 

 
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