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Sounding Dartmoor: A case study on the soundscapes of rural England at the opening of the 21st Century

Drever, John L.. 2002. Sounding Dartmoor: A case study on the soundscapes of rural England at the opening of the 21st Century. World Forum for Acoustic Ecology, [Article]

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Spanning January 2000 to November 2002, Sounding Dartmoor was an environmentally orientated public-arts project taking the sounds of Dartmoor as its field of inquiry – those of its people, places and habitats, in one word, its soundscape. It was initiated by a grant secured from Arts Council of England by the Touring Exhibition of Sound Environments (TESE), and brought together a number of organisations: TESE, the Digital Crowd (University of Plymouth) and Aune Head Arts (based in Princetown in the middle of Dartmoor).

Item Type: Article

Keywords:

dartmoor, sounding, sound, acoustic, ecology, world, forum

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Music > Unit for Sound Practice Research

Dates:

DateEvent
2002UNSPECIFIED

Item ID:

7839

Date Deposited:

05 Apr 2013 16:14

Last Modified:

30 Jun 2017 09:34

URI: http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/7839

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