Saturday, April 12, 2008

That's Different

I wouldn't, push come to shove, disagree.

"Ahn, who lives near the Finch subway station in north Toronto, said she finds sounds such as the movement of trains, the wind in the tunnels and the door chimes of Toronto's transit system to be musical." Link.

Just today I was out on a hike and admiring the a mighty fine symphony put together by the birds and frogs along the pond.

1 comment:

Chip Michael said...

One of my composition tutors highly encouraged me to work with musique acousmatique and I've did one piece based on the nightengale - but find, while I love the sounds of nature, it isn't really my forte.

However, I am in full agreement, occasionally, the wonderful world provides such lovely music we should stop and enjoy it more often.