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World Ear Project Sounds from Europe 48 min Field Recordings
As part of a series of ambient sound broadcasts, Charles Amirkhanian introduces recordings made by he and his wife, Carol Law, in Ravenna, Italy (birds); Northeast France (meadow); Positano, Italy (children); the Grotto dello Smeralda...
World Ear Project Sounds from the Village of Ruski Krstur 4 min Field Recordings
Recorded in the Summer of 1969 by ethnomusicologist Martin Koenig and submitted to KPFA’s World Ear Project, this tape captures a conversation between two cattle herders and a woman, in the village of Ruski Krstur in Yugoslavia (now...
World Ear Project Stephan Micus: Walk in the Woods in Mundraching 19 min Field Recordings
Composer-performer Stephan Micus speaks with Charles Amirkhanian outdoors in the bird-filled Bavarian countryside on June 6, 1985. A casual and fascinating discussion that is almost film-like in its effect. Micus discusses exotic German...
World Ear Project The Birds at 1644 Curtis Street, in Berkeley, CA 25 min Field Recordings
On October 10, 1971, from about 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Charles Amirkhanian recorded the sparrows in two redwood trees located near the house at 1644 Curtis Street in Berkeley, California. Neighborhood children, cars, motorcycles, and...
World Ear Project Transmission 5, Jan. 1971 56 min Field Recordings
In this, the fifth in a series of programs of ambient sound recordings from around the world, Richard Friedman introduces a tape of a trip to the San Diego Zoo, recorded by Pauline Oliveros, in November 1968. This is followed by street...
World Ear Project Transmission 6, Feb. 1971 48 min Field Recordings
More ambient sound recordings sent to KPFA, by friends from around the world. This transmission includes fog horns and surf sounds recorded at Fort Scott, along the Golden Gate in San Francisco, and a walk through New York City’s...
World Ear Project Transmission Four, Nov. 1970 64 min Field Recordings
The fourth transmission of KPFA’s groundbreaking series the World Ear Project, featuring unedited ambient recordings of unique or unusual environments. The World Ear Project was an attempt to bring everybody’s ears a little closer. ...
World Ear Project Transmission Nine, May 1971 85 min Field Recordings
The ninth transmission of KPFA’s groundbreaking series the World Ear Project, featuring unedited ambient recordings of unique or unusual environments. The World Ear Project was an attempt to bring everybody’s ears a little closer. ...
World Ear Project Transmission One, Aug. 1970 88 min Field Recordings
The first transmission of KPFA’s groundbreaking series, the World Ear Project, featuring unedited ambient recordings of unique or unusual environments. There is more to the world than our poor eyesight and hearing would let us believe. ...
World Ear Project Transmission Seven, March 1971 58 min Soundscapes
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In this, the seventh in a series of programs of ambient sound recordings from around the world, Richard Friedman and Charles Amirkhanian introduce (sort of) a number of field recordings from San Francisco, including foghorns, the cable car...
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