sounds of the Neolithic :: download

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Bandcamp CD download for World Listening Day 2016 ‘sounds lost and found’.

Digital soundscapes that explore four of the important Neolithic and Bronze Age barrow groups on and around the South Dorset Ridgeway. The soundscapes involved research, field recording, studio work and editing with sound work distributed through aporee, the global sound map aporee.org/maps/, open studio events, soundcloud, spreaker digital radio and as content for three GPS triggered Apps being developed for the South Dorset Ridgeway.

track 1 – The Grey Mare and Her Colts with Sir John Colfox School Students

track 2 – Kingston Russell Stone Circle with Weymouth College Students

track 3 – Bronkham Barrow with Beaminster School Students

track 4 – Culliford Tree Barrow with Dorset Studio School Students

Recorded as part of Land Bone & Stone, South Dorset Ridgeway Landscape Partnership, Heritage Lottery Funded Project: enabling people and schools to better enjoy, learn about and care for this remarkable landscape in the Dorset AONB.

Download includes:
12page full colour booklet with details of how to download and access 3 Land Bone & Stone GPS triggered Apps.

produced by David Rogers
at DIVAcontemporary STUDIO, Bridport, Dorset UK

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One Response to sounds of the Neolithic :: download

  1. direcleit says:

    Reblogged this on e-poetry/d-lights and commented:
    FAB!

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