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4.00 pm: Dreaming on the banks of the Elbe

Next up at the Wilkomm Hoeft is the sound of a recording of the waves breaking gently on the rocks close to the quay, interrupted by a musical greeting for a passing ship. This was taken on by long-time C&M contributor Jase Warner, who’s created an entirely new piece of

Bassano del Grappa: creating an imaginary scene

Today’s sound comes from the Veneto town of Bassano del Grappa, which sits at the foot of Monte Grappa and is the home of the eponymous Italian alcoholic drink, among other things. Bassano has a special significance to me, as it’s been somewhere I’ve visited regularly while in Veneto, and

The ten best sounds of July 2014

As we head into August, it’s time to listen back to the ten best sounds from July – they come from Canada, Italy and the UK and feature six different sound artists getting involved as guest contributors, and four of our own home-grown sounds. Explore the places and their sounds below!

A memory of the Venice Biennale

The Biennale is one of the events most readily associated with Venice (along with carnival), and it has its own unique sounds, as recorded here by regular contributor Jase Warner. This is a boat song performed on the water at the Arsenale to mark the Biennale. The remix is a

How Paris sounds to two different people

Today’s an interesting one for me, as it’s a day on which I step back from Cities and Memory and just become a facilitator for other people’s recordings and art. We have a field recording from the Louvre in Paris by Jase Warner, which has been remixed by sound artist