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"Erich Moritz von Hornbostel was an "armchair ethnologist". Due to his bad health the musicologist was unable to travel to faraway countries. Instead he sat at his desk in the Dorotheenstraße in Berlin and received the world through his phonograph. On from 1900 the ...
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GR124 | GRUENREKORDER

"Ever since the accidental discovery of whale song in 1967, the idea of complex animal sentience has been gaining strength within the scientific community. A growing number of researchers and academics are exploring the idea that animals enjoy music on a similar level ...
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GR121 | GRUENREKORDER

"The project was created over two years in Seydisfjördur, Iceland and in Berlin, Germany, and is an evolving conversation between Döring's improvisation on acoustic instruments such as clarinet and saxophones, and Korabiewski's electronic live treatment and ...
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GR126 | GRUENREKORDER

"Distantly rooted in musique concrete, "The Scale Of Things" discloses an uncanny, multilayered sonic universe of its own. The seven compositions are based on the exploration of nature recordings for unheard details and hidden layers, focused on patterns of stochastic ...
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GR154 | GRUENREKORDER

"There are three distinct ways nightingales sing and countersing to each other, beginning late at night and ending by dawn in the first weeks of spring. Most males are 'inserters,' meaning that they wait about one second after a neighbor's song finishes before starting ...
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GR159 | GRUENREKORDER

"This recording takes you on a round trip of Iceland. The aural journey starts westward from the island's south in the cold early spring. After a side trip into the West Fjords, our route traverses the north of the country at the height of summer, followed by an ...
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GR157 | GRUENREKORDER

"3:45 AM. Time to get up. The Bushveld is already awake. Slavek and I are both dragging a bit, rushing to get out the door and deploy. After almost two weeks of nonstop recording, we are both tired and a little homesick. At this point in the residency we have already ...
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GR144 | GRUENREKORDER

"This is the story of a box. A leather box that is over eighty years old and has lived in three different countries, and on two different continents. It contains over fifty 78 rpm recordings of classical music and opera hits of the day. The box and its contents were ...
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GR148 | GRUENREKORDER

"The Sounding Museum fuses anthropology, acoustic ecology, soundscape composition, and trans-cultural communication inside the context of museum education. Based on the piece "Two Weeks in Alert Bay", it supplies researchers, practitioners, and audiences with an ...
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GR137 | GRUENREKORDER

"2013 marked the arrival of millions of periodical cicadas to the New York Metropolitan area. These musical insects appear only once every seventeen years. On the occasion of this auspicious event, David Rothenberg performed a series of concerts together with composer ...
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GR149 | GRUENREKORDER

"This is the soundtrack album to the film "Song from the Forest", which tells the story of Louis Sarno, an American who has lived for thirty years among the Bayaka pygmies in the Central African Republic. No outsider has had such access to this beautiful and musical ...
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GR150 | GRUENREKORDER

"Over the past several years, Vienna-based composer / producer peter kutin has been working intensely at the little-explored junction between sound art and journalism / documentation. Focusing on sonic experiences in extreme or exceptional conditions. Kutin explores ...
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GR132 | GRUENREKORDER

"Many things disappear and only then gets attention. Images, texts, sounds appear in archives in audio-visual documentations in the net. But archiving the no more living existence is partial maybe even sometimes absurd or naiv. Language only can remain vivid and ...
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GR125 | GRUENREKORDER

"What did the Caribbean islands - acoustically- look like before the arrival of Columbus? With this question in mind I took a short trip to the National Park of Guadeloupe and to Dominica, one of the most preserved island of the Lesser Antilles, which still retains some ...
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GR139 | GRUENREKORDER

"How does history - past lives and past events- leave sonic traces and how can we hear them? The Hebrides Suite is the result of an attempt to answer this question and the culmination of composer Cathy Lane's three decade long engagement with the Outer Hebrides. The ...
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GR127 | GRUENREKORDER

"My first visit to Cameroon in summer 2010 occurred thanks to an invitation by the Goethe-Institut Yaoundé and the independent art organization Doual'Art. During my residency I prepared a sound installation for a festival in Douala in December. I also conducted a ...
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GR131 | GRUENREKORDER

"terra subfónica is a radiophonic work reflecting aspects of sub sound through a series of dramaturgical, radiophonic miniatures. Sub sound in this instance is not a term indicating low frequency sound, as in bass material, but rather a radiophonic suite reflecting and ...
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GR117 | GRUENREKORDER

"Germany's only ocean island is a singular place in various ways. Situated 70 kilometers from the coast line, it belonged to the UK for 90 years during the 19th century. During World War II, the first facilities for a huge naval base were erected. The tunnels and ...
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GR109 | GRUENREKORDER

"There has been rhythm on this planet for millions of years longer than humans have opened their mouths to sing. Long before birds, long before whales, insects have been thrumming, scraping, and drumming complex beats out into the world. David Rothenberg decided to ...
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GR122 | GRUENREKORDER

"Mark Lorenz Kysela, Saxophones and Clarinet. An artist on various saxophones and clarinet. Performs as a soloist, in combination with (live-) electronic or analogue enhancements and tapes. Mark Lorenz Kysela presents six completely different pieces: artistic individual ...
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GR120 | GRUENREKORDER

"The sound/video installation-project 'Eye Contact with the City' (recipient of an Honorary Mention at PRIX Ars Electronica 2011) was the outcome of an artists' residency in Bangalore in the autumn of 2010. The primary materials used in the installation were the field ...
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GR108 | GRUENREKORDER

""Air Pressure" is a collaboration between Rupert Cox and Angus Carlyle. "Air Pressure" is primarily based around two periods of field work in Japan, one scheduled to coincide with the harvest in 2010 and one coinciding with the sowing season of 2011. All the recordings ...
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GR094 | GRUENREKORDER

"TransMongolian is a composition of unprocessed field recordings composed in soundscapes. I recorded these acoustic phenomena on my journey through Russia, along Lake Baikal, through Mongolia, China and South Korea to Japan. These countries do not only have very ...
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GR103 | GRUENREKORDER

"I spent two months in protected areas of Costa Rica making multichannel field recordings of the different forest ecosystems of Central America. Armed with a quadraphonic setup (IRT cross), a parabolic microphone, a hydrophone, and a scientist's passport, I went to nine ...
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GR111 | GRUENREKORDER

"In 2012 the world celebrates not only the centenary of John Cage's birth, but also the sixtieth anniversary of the premiere of his "silent piece" 4' 33" on August 29, 1952. This composition in three movements without intentional sounds is the composer's best-known work ...
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GR116 | GRUENREKORDER