Episode #366

Deep Listening

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Tuesday, October 03, 1989

On this New Sounds program, hear music by Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster and Panaiotis, "Deep Listening."  Usingaccordion, voice, conch shell, metal pieces, trombone, didjeridu, garden hose, whistling, metal pipes, the work was recorded in the bottom of a cistern that once held two million gallons of water, and featured reverb that was sometimes as long as 45 seconds!

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