[NetBehaviour] The field recording dedicated to Michael Snow

dymond at idirect.ca dymond at idirect.ca
Sun Jan 21 06:50:55 CET 2007

inspired by La Region Centrale

> The field recording dedicated to Michael Snow
> http://www.asondheim.org/fieldrecording.mp3
> This is dedicated to Michael Snow, who taught me everything
> an original field recording. The instrument is unusual.
> Here for you is a new and different field recording
> who is singing in a new and unusual way. If that is the case,
> I had to know about field recordings. Field recordings
> who made them come alive for me and I owe him gratitude.
> You know, field recordings are both easy and difficult.
> Without field recordings, past civilizations and tribes
> to do. One might for example come across a very old person
> and tuned unusually. I have not come across this before,
> with the mysteries of humans and their various ways of life
> are the very stuff of human culture and its explorations.
> This is an amazing opportunity to hear
> and make something that others may hear and sing and make,
> a glory all their own, since they are replete, fecund,
> of an older person playing an unusual instrument.
> I love the field recordings and it was Michael Snow.
> It should also be said that field recordings have
> since the person can sing into the field recording
> a kind of wooden stringed lute I had not come across before,
> might never have found the light of technological day.
> A field recording proves useful and exciting
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