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this edition of framework:afield has been produced in france by pierre juillard. for more of his work see https://pierrejuillard.bandcamp.com. producer’s notes:
Bonjour, i’m Pierre Juillard from France. I’m working in ecology and protection of biodiversity and I’m a musician and audio-naturalist as well. This programme called ‘unknown languages’ was recorded between March and September 2022, in the east of Burgundy. All these places are located around my home : large forests, dry meadows, cliffs and wetlands.
This piece summarizes hours of lonely hikes, waiting, contemplation, observation, silence, restrained breathing … and enhances the biodiversity of this area full of rich natural sites, but highly threatened by human activities as everywhere else in the world.
I collected these recordings for an educational project with the aim of raising awareness of biodiversity of sound and encouraging the listener to discover for himself. It was also a beautiful deep listening experience for me, focused on the acoustics of places and the discovery of new languages.
You will hear the songs of some of the more representative insects, birds and amphibians of this region. No processed sounds here. Have a good listen.pierre juillard, 2023.02
[ time / sounds ]
01:20 – 06:50 / Great Crested Grebe & Eurasian Coot calls / Great Reed Warbler song / Reeds
06:50 – 11:35 / Alpine Swift cries / Peregrine Falcon’s alarm / Storm / Cliffs
11:35 – 20:40 / Tree frogs & Green frogs songs / Pond
20:40 – 26:20 / Songs of Field Cricket / Song of Common Nightingale, European Turtle Dove & Eurasian Golden Oriole / Meadow
26:20 – 29:10 / Squall of the deer & Wolf Spider drumming / Forest edge
29:10 – 31:35 / Songs of Italian Cricket / Sheeps and Woodlark / Dry grassland
31:35 – 33:35 / Common frogs & Common toads songs / Pond
33:35 – 42:00 / Song of Tawny Owl / Cry of Roe Deer / Forest
42:00 – 47:05 / Natterjack toad songs / Eurasian Stone-curlew’s cries / Pond
47:05 – 49:50 / Great Spotted Woodpecker’s drumming / Eurasian Jay’s alarm / Black Woodpecker’s cries / Forest
49:50 – 55:20 / European Nightjar’s song / Songs of Field Cricket / Cry of Roe Deer / Dry grassland
55:20 – 58:20 / Acoustics of a cavern / Unidentified bat / Cave