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The top ten best sounds of March 2014

The top ten best sounds of March 2014
2nd April 2014 Cities and Memory

We’ve been all around the world this month with sounds sent in from field recordists & sound artists from Taiwan to the USA, so here’s a quick summary of the best sounds from March here on Cities & Memory.

New contributions from people around the world:

Temple recordings from New Taipei City, Taiwan, submitted by Moumita Roy
A pounding rainstorm, the kind they only get down in Sicily, submitted by Fabio R. Lattuca
– A busker in San Francisco making the unusual choice of a hammered dulcimer – submitted by Rand Lo
– Lunchtime on the streets of Brussels, submitted by Flavien Gillie
Scary sounds from Brighton Pavilion, by David K. Frampton
– New snow in a park in Norway, by Leon Muraglia

Our own home-grown sounds:

Water and metal in the lagoon from Venice in Italy
Ping pong in Spitalfields Market
– An RNLI lifeboat station in action
– And this month’s attempt to recreate Hitchcock’s The Birds

Quite a month of sounds and some great contributors – you can hear all the highlights below!