While tour brochures for Muir Woods National Monument mention the murmurings of Redwood Creek, I found a far more rich, sonorous language of resonance, roil, rush, roar, and dappled run. Come walk amongst the Redwood ecology of this forest 12 miles North of San Francisco, with the wildlife and other visitors.
A field recording of the world premiere performance of Lisa Bielawa’s “Crissy Broadcast” on October 26, 2013, Crissy Field, adjacent to the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA at 10am by • San Francisco Contemporary Music Players • San Francisco Girls Chorus • San Francisco Symphony Community of Music Makers • Chamber Chorus of the … More Lisa Bielawa’s October 26, 2013 10a.m. “Crissy Broadcast” from Bielewa’s AIRFIELD BROADCASTS project.
The Great Stalacpipe Organ is identified in Trevor Cox’s The Sound Book as one of the sonic wonders of the world. It is nestled deep underground amongst the water-dripping stalactite’s of the Luray Caverns in Virginia. The Stalacpipe Organ’s acoustic resonance is created from rubber plungers that tap one of thirty seven individual stalactite formations, … More The Great Stalacpipe Organ
For have to not die. Got AIDS. Right now myself die. Oh! Cancer. Throat cancer. Right now I got nothin’ to eat. For those who don’t know me I’m a very unhappy. I got pain in my stomach. I’m not supposed to be beggin’ like that. I beg Jesus. For those who can help me … More Knickbocker Knees
August 3, 2015, MoMA, New York. Audio field recording on a ZOOM H2n from inside the bag. Photos courtesy of Bob Devaney.