Word jazz pioneer Ken Nordine’s ode to the spectrum of visible light. Advertisements
This stunning “symphony” is pieced together from bird calls recorded by Jerry and Norma Stilwell. Jim Fassett then overlayed the sped-up and slowed-down calls to simulate the varied timbres of an orchestra. The work is divided into three parts–Andante e lirico, Buffo, and Misterioso–and premiered on Fassett’s Sunday afternoon CBS radio program. Messiaen would have been […]
Audio artist Richard Lerman’s experiments of amplified bicycles in motion.
This album, recorded in 1954, captures the soundscape around us–from calls and whistles to a jump rope rhyme.
Compare the calls, chirps and trills of the chickadee, phoebe, wood thrush, mockingbird, and others all recorded in a Maryland.
Produced by Arthur M. Greenhall and Nicholas Collias, this recording shows the “audible communication” of animals from the Detroit Zoo.
The interspecies music experience of jim Nollman with 300 turkeys, 12 wolves and 20 orcas.