The ear is a doorway to Awe. The little everyday sounds that we take for granted can, with a slight shift in attention, context, speed, or emphasis, reveal hidden layers of deep meaning and great beauty.
Here is a sampling of field recordings, compositions, and sonic ephemera from my studio.
|The sound of a wild snail eating (2012)||Low tide at dusk in spring (2011)|
|Slow peepers (2011)||The arithmetic of spring (2011)|
|A sounding board for the wind (2011)||Storm surf (2010)|
|Wind in the old barn (2010)||Wind in the grass (2010)|
|Vernal pool at dusk (2010)||Falling glass (2009)|
|"Night of a Thousand Songs" CD (2008)||A day of bells (2008)|
|Oceanic ambience (2008)||New Year's bells (2008)|
|Surf on Singing Beach (2007)||The AM radio graveyard (2007)|
|Raucous toads (2007)||Dawn at Inkwe Pan (2007)|
|Ten simultaneous songs (2006)||Strimples (2006)|
|Slow ocean ripples (2006)||Sunday morning bells, Zürich (2006)|
|Ancestral cricket song (2006)||Underwater river life (2006)|
|Band practice, with dog (2006)||Thank you for your cooperation (2006)|
|Xylem flowin (2006)||Spring peepers (2006)|