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MUSIC
08.30.09
MUSIC, Classical Music, Experimental Music, Field Recordings, Installation Art, Sound Art, quiet
This August in the music area of Art+Culture, we explored ‘Quiet Music’ (Read [Part 1] [Part 2] and [Part 3]). Thanks to everyone for reading and contributing! Next month, curator Alen Hadzovic will lead us on an exploration on "Anniversaries." As my last post on 'Quiet Music,' I would like to highlight 3 artists I've been enjoying: Bill Fontana (thanks GraceAnne for reminding me of him!), an American sound installation artist. His website is www.resoundings.org. [Here] is a video about one of my favorite pieces of his, Sound Island (1994), which was installed at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Ken Gregory, a Canadian installation artist [www.cheapmeat.net]. I saw his lecture on his new work, [wind coil sound flow], which uses
Folk
06.13.09
The number of blogs on the internet is somewhat overwhelming, but I still enjoy sifting through site after site, searching for the perfect ‘beat’, so to speak (with apologies to Gilles Peterson). It is like walking in the middle of a

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Who Is Your Favorite Artist In Field Recordings?

Chris Watson, absolutely!
Posted over 5 years ago by GraceAnne

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