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Philosopher and explorer Erling Kagge examines the important role of silence in music.

Read by Cal MacAninch

“We live in the age of noise. Silence is almost extinct.”

Philosopher and adventurer Erling Kagge - the first person to reach the ‘three poles’ of North, South and the summit of Everest - explores the power of silence, examining the important part it plays in music.

Read by Cal MacAninch
Abridged and produced by Eilidh McCreadie

14 minutes

Last on

Sat 2 Feb 2019 00:30

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