This is a special episode about listening in the field and some listening activities I did last month.
Hear more about a short field recording in the middle of the most dangerous roundabout in the Netherlands, about the visit to my birth town in the South of Germany, where I have recorded the Turmbläser, which are performing a sonic ritual since 400 years high above the belfry on all four balconies every Sunday.
And I also share some news, development, and info about the Listening Day at the Design Academy in Eindhoven.
Special thanks to the Turmbläser from the Musikverein for allowing us to listen high above the belfry and Cordula and Onkl Hanzl for all the info.
Listen to the latest episode.
- Info about Möckmühl / Germany: https://www.moeckmuehl.de/startseite
- Kaiser Karel Plein, Nijmegen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uguJjfFFuo
- Episode mentioned: Conducting Design with Raf De Keninck / Design Academy Eindhoven: https://musicthinking.com/conducting-design-with-raf-de-keninck/
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