“It shows how this musical tradition has evolved its own acoustic niche which puts human communication in its true ecological context. Hopefully by paying attention to the sound world around us and by listening more deeply, we might learn to more fully appreciate the beautiful complexity of the more than human world that we are within and so rely on and potentially helps us to slow down or even halt our destruction of it.” Cosmo Sheldrake (We do not think this will be available outside the UK)
Today, we just listen to the recording and its effect on our inner world. Yes, this is the recording about pygmy music we have referred to in past dailies. Where did we find the full recording? The google is sometimes awesome. And if you want to find out more about Bernie Krause, you can go fill your ears here.
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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:
• #tds1654 Women Gathering mushrooms (Jan 9, 2020)
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