Night on the South Masai Steppe / by Roz Cheney. Constellation / by John Potts. Mind's eye / by Nicholas Wishart.
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|Night on the South Masai Steppe||Roz Cheney|
|Mind's eye||Nicholas Wishart|
This product forms part of the following series: Listening Room.
Broadcast on "The Listening Room" on ABC Classic FM, 28 April 1997.
Non-commercial recording. For study purposes only.
In "Night on the South Masai Steppe" Roz Cheney and sound recordist Philip Ulman create a soundscape of night in one of the last traditional hunter gatherer communities. "Constellation" is a poetic performance piece for two voices and piano in which a constellation of stars is a metaphor for considering new phenomena in an individual's life. Vocal performances by Rachel Szalay and Yves Stenning, with John Potts, piano. "Mind's eye" is an audio journey through darkness originally designed for the blind and vision impaired, and to give sighted people an acoustic impression of a darkened world.
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