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Cities and Memory remixes the world, one sound at a time - a global collaboration between artists and sound recordists all over the world. The project presents an amazingly-diverse array of field recordings from all over the world, but also reimagined, recomposed versions of those recordings as we go on a mission to remix the world. What you'll hear in the podcast are our latest sounds - either a field recording from somewhere in the world, or a remixed new composition based solely on those ...
 
Intended for children 11 to 14 years old, The Story of the Middle Ages relates a little known period of history in an interesting and entertaining way. The author terms the Middle Ages as that period in the history of Europe between the fifth and fifteenth centuries. Its beginning is marked by the decline and fall of the mighty Roman Empire and its end is generally thought to be the dawn of the Renaissance or the Age of Discovery. The Middle Ages are also divided by historians into the Early ...
 
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Bangkok metro reimagined by Cities and Memory. "This field recording brought back strong memories of my first visit to Bangkok, falling in love with the hectic, constantly-moving city as it swirled around me. Bangkok seemed to me a confluence of futuristic aspiration and millions upon millions of people doing their best to make in a competitive con…
 
Bangkok metro recorded by Colin Hunter. "This recording captures a ride on the MRT Blue Line from Lumpini Station to Hua Lumpong station and includes the station atmosphere before the train arrives, and walking out through the ticket barriers after I got off the train."Di Cities and Memory
 
The small village of Tholey in southwestern Germany is home to the oldest monastery on German soil. Founded in the seventh century, the Abbey of St Maurice was plundered and badly damaged 1000 years later during the wars of the French Revolution, and only re-established in 1949. But local philanthropists have breathed new life into the old walls.…
 
Yorkshire churchyard reimagined by Cities and Memory. This was a moment of pure peace, a snapshot of rural life in England, and for the reimagined piece we were keen not to intrude on that. Instead, we've recorded two separate Moog synthesiser improvisations live over the field recording, responding to the moments when the birds are most active or …
 
The idyllic sounds of morning life in a small village in rural Yorkshire, England. It's 10am on a Sunday morning in Dent, and we're sitting in a churchyard, overlooking the fields from a hill. We're surrounded in the trees and bushes by all kinds of birds making their spring announcements, while down in the fields it's lambing season, so the sheep …
 
"This is a third recording of pt-banging on 19 March 2020, with even more people participating. This noise was audible all over the city. The neighbourhood has lots of hills and the rocks make the sounds reflect and travel long distances. Note the variety in the rhythm and especially timbre: people using different pans and sticks to beat the pans m…
 
"This is a short recording of a pot-banging protest in the Catete neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro, March 2021. When people cannot go on the streets to protest, they bang pots to show their displeasure with the government. "In this case, the protest was a general protest against the president of Brazil, Bolsonaro. Pot-banging is a relatively easy fo…
 
Early morning forest ambience reimagined by Cities and Memory. There's something special about the sound of a forest just waking up at the beginning of the day, and I wanted the reimagined piece to capture a little of that wide-eyed optimism and beauty. This is a modular synth improvisation performed alongside the (slightly-manipulated) birdsong fi…
 
Pre-flight safety checks before a BA flight from Helsinki to London Heathrow, recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/travel.…
 
Helsinki to Heathrow flight reimagined by Nisha Duggal and James Broomfield. "Plugging into the intensity of the pre-flight safety: nerves, excitement, the jitters of travel." Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at https://www.citiesa…
 
San Francisco BART reimagined by Scott Whitman. "I enhanced the field recording with additional Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) sounds plus original music to convey the experience of rail travel and the passage of time." Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. S…
 
"Traveling on the BART train/subway in San Francisco is always an experience. This recording gives a glimpse into four minutes of a ride." Recorded by Sound Brigade - Brett Bach, Ken Cain, Luke Bechthold. Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole p…
 
Punta Arenas bells reimagined by Cities and Memory. These bells have a particular emotional resonance, sounding out in the most southerly place I've ever visited on a particularly special trip - to me at the time, these bells were an opening up onto a world of promise and adventure, as they are for so many other Patagonian visitors. The reimagined …
 
Church bells ringing out at 7pm in the town centre of Punta Arenas in Patagonia, southern Chile, as heard from the balcony of a nearby hotel. Punta Arenas is the most southerly airport in South America, and the town is the gateway to Chilean Patagonia. Recorded by Cities and Memory.Di Cities and Memory
 
Tegel airport reimagined by Clelia Ciardulli. "Until we travel, we are waiting, remembering the time warp of airports with their echoing announcements of lockdowns, with the merging of what we had hoped and what we hope anew, the clicking ticking and slipping and sliding of clocks, until we travel, the travels are inwards, waiting to cross, to lift…
 
This sound was recorded in the waiting room of the flight that was going to take me to Chile in January 2015. Listening to this recording you can perceive the classic acoustics that are produced in airports, a lot of reverberation and little intelligibility. So far nothing very new. However, the history of this sound is related to the place where i…
 
Freight trains passing reimagined by David Cowlard. "The remix extends the timing and mood of the original recording into a cinematically imagined time and space, one where the antagonist is identified amidst a landscape of graffitied concrete rail bridges, underpasses and sodium vapour lighting. "Samples are stretched and looped to provide the bas…
 
Hong Kong ferry reimagined by Owen Sennitt. "I had great fun playing with the original recording and coming up with this piece. I didn't necessarily have any particular ideas in mind when I started out, instead it just developed as I gathered different sounds and manipulated them before then putting them together. In the end, the engine chugging in…
 
Lisbon tram reimagined by Andy Lyon. "The ferry in the recording departs from a terminal that is typically used for commuter journeys rather than tourist journeys. This got me thinking about how journeys to work have changed drastically in the past year, reflecting on rare moments of calm, daydreams and the more usual urgency in our former routines…
 
Colombo train trip reimagined by Ali Mohajer. "Due to my researches about Sri Lankan culture, I got a lot of wonderful points about the simple lives and rich culture; however, the one, which was the most attractive to me, was their symbols of different Gods that each brings a different thing in life. "The most interesting one was "Mayura Raksha", w…
 
"Waiting for a definitive UK freight train, late at night, many cancellations etc. Then two come along at once! Tempsford, 40 miles north of London, heading south..." Recorded by Rob Godman. Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at http…
 
"Recorded during the train journey from Hikkaduwa to Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2013. A busker plays a flute as the train pulls into the station. Numerous buskers and food sellers with baskets of homemade snacks pass through the carriages. When the train gets up to speed you can hear the differences in the sound of the tracks as the train passes over br…
 
Bangkok metro reimagined by Rebecca Ainsworth. As soon as I heard the original recording, I wanted to work with the ambient sounds in it. Inspired by this and The KLF's Chill Out album and my love of ambient music, soundscapes & field recordings, I started to work with the sounds in the original and overlaid a recording from near the train station …
 
Moscow escalators reimagined by Meg Walker. "Like so many of us I've been missing travelling in this last year. The desire to see new places, feel new music, taste new spices, is a lifelong one. I've also been very grateful that I haven't had to travel. "While listening to the mesmerizing escalator sounds recorded in the Moscow metro Ploshchad Revo…
 
Helsinki airport train reimagined by Ghislain Gabrelle. "It is a three-part composition, using the recording alone and declining the same materials in different ways. Three listening "plans", representing the three states of contemplation that I enjoy experiencing while traveling. "A distant, diffuse shot, punctuated by almost scattered projections…
 
The super-slick and efficient airport transit trains from Helsinki airport into the city centre. Recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/travel.…
 
The sound from the long, slow escalators in the Ploshchad Revolyutsii station on the impressive Moscow metro network. Recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Until We Travel project to map and reimagine the sounds of transport and travel in a pre-pandemic and pandemic world. See the whole project at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/travel.…
 
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