Underwater sounds, real and imagined
Eclectic, aquatic acoustics as Verity Sharp listens to fjordic field recordings and oceanic library music, a Turkish-Armenian duo and New York improv with Chinese instruments.
Eclectic, aquatic acoustics with Verity Sharp.
Kate Carr’s latest field-recording project gathers together sounds harvested underwater and along shorelines – including drones broadcast into a fjord, spluttering radios, and geese.
And Mare Romantico is an Italian library music album created in the early 70s to evoke the mysteries of the depths for documentaries about the ocean.
Plus, a new release of Ethiopian begena music, and New York composer and violinist Jason Kao Hwang blends East-coast improv and traditional Chinese sounds with his Burning Bridge ensemble.
Produced by Chris Elcombe for Reduced Listening.