Lind, Raud

by Yannick Dauby

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Phonographies of Birds and Metal, Estonia June 2007.

These sounds have been gathered in rural environments of Estonia, during a residency with Wan-Shuen Tsai, visual artist and poet, at MOKS, Center for Art and Social Practices, in Mooste. The tracks entitled "Raud" were recorded using contact microphones on metal structures found in ruined building from the Soviet era.
All my gratitude goes to John Grzinich who was my guide to the Estonian landscapes.
Many thanks to the friends who told me about the northern light, the ancient forests and the melodious language of this area : Evelyn Müürsepp, Michael Northam, Patrick McGinley, Hitoshi Kojo and Derek Holzer. Thanks also to Maksims Shentelevs, architect and sound artist, Kalevi Kull, biosemiotician, and Fred Jüssi, Estonian pionneer of nature sound recording, for our friendly meetings and fascinating discussions. Project supported by Centre Culturel Français de Tallin.

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released September 6, 2015

Field recordings by Yannick Dauby.

First published as a double CD entitled "Lind, Raud, Aastaajad" by Invisible Birds in 2012. The second CD contains composition by John Grzinich and Patrick McGinley, based on their own field recordings of Estonia and basic electronic sounds by Yannick Dauby.

Please support Invisible Birds, buy the 2CD on their website:
invisiblebirds.org/catalogue/ib005.html

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Yannick Dauby Taiwan

Sound artist living in Taiwan. Obsessed by listening the environment. Feels naked when he doesn't wear microphones and headphones. In a special relationship with treefrogs and modular synthesizer. Improvises with branches and stones. Collaborates with communities in Hakka and Austronesian territories. ... more

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