From Shore To Sanctuary is an in depth discovery of the Wild Soundscapes and phonography of Nova Scotia. From its Northern Coast into its deep remaining forests and wetlands we explore these places through the recorded soundscapes of Mark Brennan. With over 30 original recordings edited into three 22 minute long tracks, From Shore To Sanctuary takes you on an audio journey through Nova Scotia’s more wild places. This release captures the essence of the soundscape of Nova Scotia, the recordings tell a story of how we listen and what we hear around the province. You will hear the pristine wilderness areas, the honest days work of the inshore fishermen off shore to a rumbling train chugging out of the mist late one spring night and even the sounds of an Ice Breaker some 14km offshore.
An accomplished landscape painter, Mark Brennan now brings you his love of wild places in the form of sound. “The album has been edited as if I were working on a painting, I have given each track form, substance, focal points and balance to produce what I think is an audio journey for the listener through the soundscape of Nova Scotia, the way it really is."
Explorations of sounds after dark, field recordings from Nova Scotia.
The Acadian Forest
Wild Sounds of The Acadian Forests & wetlands.
A soundscape journey through the seasons from the Northern coastlines of Nova Scotia.
Over 65 minutes. Additional information can be found on each track, including recording notes, locations and species accounts. CD Release soon.
released 01 January 2012
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