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this is our last show before our annual summer holidays. we’ll be taking the month of august off, as usual, but of course we’ve arranged some shows from the framework archives for your listening pleasure during our break. this year we’re featuring shows that included live in-studio performances, from back in our early days of live broadcasting at resonancefm. here’s what to expect:
– on august 7th we’re airing a show from 2002.07.12, which featured a live performance by jonathan coleclough.
– on august 14th we’re airing a show from 2003.05.02, which featured a live performance by jean-luc guionnet.
– on august 21st we’re airing a show from 2004.03.05, which featured a live performance by achim wollscheid.
– on august 28th we’re airing a show from 2004.07.09, which featured a live performance by mnorthamÂ &Â loren chasse.
and on september 4th we’ll be back with new programming! also at that time we hope to be ready to launch the 1st edition of our new series of publications – it will take the form of a twice yearly online magazine with accompanying compilation cdr in handmade packaging, which will be available only through us in exchange for a minimum donation of â‚¬20 to framework radio. the first edition features works by gill arno, ernst karel, sebastiane hegarty, joe stevens, lee patterson, marc behrens, mark peter wright, mecha/orga, and paulo raposo. we’re taking pre-orders as of now, so if you make a donation you’ll be down to receive one of the first copies. show your support for framework radio, and get some great sounds in return!
(we are also now accepting submissions for these publications – writings, reviews, interviews, or images for the magazine, and sounds for the cdrs. if you have anything you’d like to submit, please get in touch!)
this edition of framework:afield has been produced by keith de mendonca, and features the sounds of voices in song or in prayer recorded around asia. there’s a full track list below, or if you’d like to get in touch with keith directly, drop us a note and we’ll forward you his address.
again, we are always looking for material for the show, whether raw field recordings, field recording based composition, or introduction submissions. we are also now accepting proposals for full editions of our guest curated framework:afield series. send proposals or material, released or not, on any format, to the address below. if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
(timeÂ Â /Â track )
0.00Â Â Â Â Male singer over loudspeaker, Hindu temple in Menjangan, NW Bali
04:30 Â Â bamboo xylophone, Ubud, Bali
07:30Â Â Gamelan ensemble, Mount Batur, Bali
10:30Â Â Â Lao Liu Daoist temple of the white cloud, W Beijing, China
15:00Â Â Â Throwing coins at a bell, temple of the white cloud, W Beijing, China
16:00Â Â Â Daoist temple, Kunming, Yunnan, China
19:00Â Â Â Monks debating, Ganden monastery, Lhasa, Tibet, China
22:00Â Â Â Old male singer, Dalai Llama’s summer palace, Lhasa, Tibet, China
24:30Â Â Â Two monks chanting with drum, bell and cymbals, Ganden monastery, Lhasa, Tibet, China
28:00Â Â Â Work songs while repairing the roof, Ganden monastery, Lhasa, Tibet, China
33:30Â Â Â Temple bell, Beijing, China
34:00Â Â Â Waves forced through holes in rock, Unawatuna beach, Sri Lanka
35:00Â Â Â Fish sellers, Galle fort, Sri Lanka
36:00Â Â Â Buddhist temple, Unawatuna, Sri Lanka
38:30Â Â Â Drums and reed instrument, temple of the Buddha’s tooth, Kandy, Sri Lanka
41:00Â Â Â Funeral chants, temple, Bangkok, Thailand
42:00Â Â Â Funeral chants over loudsepeaker
44:00Â Â Â Jain pilgrims arriving in Channakeshava temple, Karnataka, India
46:30Â Â Â Women singing in a temple, central Hanoi, Vietnam
50:00Â Â Â Muezzin call, Muslim district, Bangkok, Thailand
51:00Â Â Â Silk loom, Muslim district, Bangkok, Thailand
52:00Â Â Â Buddhist monks chanting, Phensang monastery, NE India.
54:30Â Â Â Tibetan horn practice, Phensang monastery, NE India.
56:00Â Â Â Male singer over loudspeaker, Hindu temple in Menjangan, NW Bali
57:00Â Â Â End.