Bernie Krause
Sound lecture
March 12, 2013

Krause, a musician and naturalist and one of the world’s leading experts in natural sound, explores how the myriad voices and rhythms of the natural world—from snapping shrimp to cracking glaciers—formed a basis from which our own musical expression emerged.  His book is an impassioned plea for the conservation of one of our most overlooked natural resources—the music of the wild.

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