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World Listening Day: “Melancholy were the sounds on a winter’s night.”

a walk through winter: 25:00 “Melancholy were the sounds on a winter’s night.” (Virginia Woolf, Jacob’s Room) Wednesday the 18th July 2012 will be the third World Listening Day. Organised by The World Listening Project, the day takes place on … Continue reading

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Walking spring over summer and winter beneath winter

Spring soundwalk: enterance into dawn Spring soundwalk: finale and pagoda adagio The first sound walk is now complete and will take the listener upon a twenty-five minute circumnavigation through spring in Winnall Moors. Re-composed from recordings made through two springs … Continue reading

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Sound, space and concealment: tiny thoughts on a small mammal survey

As with the water vole survey, the small mammal survey takes place in the autumn, in order to avoid disturbing breeding and catching pregnant animals. Unlike the water vole survey this survey uses traps and therefore takes place in two … Continue reading

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