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Live nature/outdoor audio streams

sound/music/art archives, blogs and resources


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Nature Sound Map — Acoustic Atlas — Acoustic records of the underwater soundscape at PALAOA with links to audio stream files, 2005-2011 — British Library | Environment & nature recordings — The Acoustic Ecology Institute & related links — Astronaught photography of earth — Explore Oceans live cams — Macaulay Library of wildlife sound and video — NASA audio collection — Space audio — Soundimage|Field Recording — In the Wild|Australian naturalist's log — Sonatura audioblog — xeno-canto: sharing bird sounds from around the world — British Library Archival Sound Recordings — ROBERT GARFIAS recordings — Reel-to-reel field recordings from the Pitt Rivers Museum — UCSB Cylinder Preservation Project — Sound archives of the CNRS — Folklore discography

Jan Eerla field recording weblog — MusicRepublic - World Traditional Music from LPs and Cassettes — World Music Village — Lolaradio — Oriental Traditional Music from LPs & Cassettes — Seance blog — Indian classical music on vinyl and cassette blog — Anthems for the Nation of Luobaniya — Bulgarian Folk Music Treasure — Brain Goreng (Indonesian!) — ZHUZHULINGO — Harmonium blog, Southeast Asia... — Madrotter-treasure-hunt —Super Cassettes Indonesia

Kink Gong field recordings
"The Concrete" ethnographic recordings
Rumpsti Pumsti ethnological music
INEDIT catalogue
Digital Himalaya project
La Librairie Sonore nature catalogue
Musique du Monde catalogue
UNESCO Youtube channel

The Wolf5th Archives —O SER DA MΪSICA - classical music —The Chopiniano blog —Diabolus In Musica
Avant Garde Project — Longplayer — 50 Watts — PENNSOUND — Tea Masters blog

various things

Sergiu Celibidache teaching session, Curtis Institute 1984 — Karl Paulnack's 'Welcome address' to freshman parents at Boston Conservatory — Tyrus Wong — Conversation with Whales — Dalai Lama offers musings to students — A meeting of Masters: Watazumi Doso Roshi plays for Soen Nakagawa — Songs.... Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche — Chinese mountains — Elvin Jones interview, New Yorker 1968 — Tibetan Buddhist Tantric scores — Dolphin brain — Kodo Sawaki: "To you" — an interview with Daniel Guιtault, one of the first disciples of Master Deshimaru, April 2003 — Can a dying language be saved? - New Yorker, March 2015 — Blue Beryl medical paintings — BEAUTIFUL lion footage - National Geographic — The Ancient Tradition of Japanese Bamboo Flute blogspot — Acoustic Location and Sound Mirrors — Failed amplifier projects — 'Yongju' - Chinese singing cricket keeping! Selling, breeds, antique compartments, books, recordings — History of Electronic / Electroacoustic Music (1937-2001) — Shockwave from trombone filmed — Full text of Rilke Letters 1892-1910 & 1910-1926 — New Yorker Nov. 2005: "The Translation Wars" — Rare Color Photos Of The Russian Empire At The Turn Of The Century — Tone Matrix — A Journey Round My Skull blogspot — Cherokee alphabet — Luigi Serafini's "Codex Seraphinianus" !! - view or .pdf download — Murky Recess blogspot — Chinese pigeon whistles and flutes — Chaudron blogspot — The Donkey Sanctuary webcam inside the barn — World's biggest beaver dam — Key Fan memorial program — Images from Eyjafjallajokull — Sonny Rollins in the process — Penguin Webcam watch — Bonaire's DonkeyCam — Snow Monkey live webcam — St. John live webcam — The Onion - News in Photos — Paul McCarthy - Painter (1995) — Rotating Kitchen — The writings of Sri Aurobindo — Mirra Alfassa's collected works — Auroville — Komuso — Honkyoku — Suizen — There, I Fixed It — Matsushima — Franz Kafka International Airport — Pervatasaurus — Kutiman mixes youtube — Wingsuit Base Jumping — BibliOdyssey — Sacred Text Archive — Bell incognito — Rakugo — Maya Codices — The Museum of Retro Technology — UBU.com — Pipes & Tobacco

some people
Gama Pehalwan — Hiah Park — Nicholas Winton — John Nash — America in Color from 1939-1943 — American Indians, early photographs — Zalman Schachter-Shalomi — Domo Geshe Rinpoche — Alexandra David-Neel — Slomo — Hilma af Klint — Fabienne Verdier — Henrique Oliveira — Liu Bolin — Etienne Decroux — The Quay Brothers — * Ervin Nyνregyhαzi * — Sergiu Celibidache — Tivadar Kosztka Csontvαry — Berthe Morisot — Alan Macfarlane — Frιdιric Bruly Bouabrι — Eritrean Habab People — Brendan Marrocco — Kokichi Sugihara — Hildegard von Bingen — W. Eugene Smith — Joe Rollino — Carmen Herrera — Stanislav Szukalski — Louise Nicholas — Teching Hsieh — Troy Hurtubise — Charles Seliger — Collyer brothers — Hyman Bloom — Miyamoto Musashi — Matsuo Basho — Hokusai — Evgenios Spatharis — Maxim Munzuk — Henry Varnum Poor — John Grunsfeld — Goro Shimura — Ed Grajales — Artist/Naturalists — Eddie Aikau — Jean Colon — Carl Spitzweg — Erik Desmaziθres — Alberto Savinio — Abdul Basit — Maria Yudina — Hiltgunt Zassenhaus — Thνch Quang Πuc — Banksy — Robert Lang — Tatjana van Vark —

Taisen Deshimaru

Motoko Ikebe

Watazumi Doso Roshi

Shakuhachi and Komuso history

words of wisdom and experience
Marcus Aurelius — Kenzo Awa — Milton Babbitt — Balthus — Nikhil Banerjee — Paul Bley — Jean de La Bruyθre — Black Elk — David Belle — Ingmar Bergman — William Blake — Jorge Luis Borges — Stan Brakhage — Emanuel Bronner — J. Bronowski — Charles Bukowski — Elliott Carter — Pablo Casals — Don Juan/Carlos Casteneda — Cergiu Celibidache — Paul Cezanne — Giorgio de Chirico — John Coltrane — Camille Corot — Salvador Dali — Taisen Deshimaru — Darwin — Lee Daoqun — Iancu Dumitrescu — Albert Einstein — George Eliot — Ralph Waldo Emerson — John Fante — William Faulkner — Morton Feldman — Richard Feynman — Nelson Freire — Robert Frost — Mahatma Gandhi — Andre Gide — E.H. Gombrich — Glenn Gould — Martha Graham — Gurdjieff — Thich Nhat Hanh — Knut Hamsun — Ernest Hemingway — Abraham Joshua Heschel — Werner Herzog — Hermann Hesse — Hokusai — Charles Ives — Alejandro Jodorowsky — John 7:6 — John 10:17 — James Joyce — Helen Keller — Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan — Paul Klee — J. Krishnamurti — Stanley Kubrick — Helmut Lachenmann — Bruce Lee — Norman Lewis — Gyorgy Ligeti — Lee Lozano — Rene Magritte — Joe Maneri — Thomas Mann — Gabriel Garcia Marquez — Miyamoto Musashi — Alice Neel — Ervin Nyiregyhazi — Philippe Petit — Camille Pissarro — Marcel Proust — Sun Ra — Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh — Arthur Rimbaud — Odilon Redon — Auguste Renoir — Rainer Maria Rilke — Mstislav Rostropovich — Theodore Rousseau — Watazumi Doso Roshi — Kodo Sawaki — Alfred Schnittke — Alexander Scriabin — Charles Seliger — Dmitri Shostakovich — Erwin Schrodinger — W. Eugene Smith — Harada Sogaku — Muso Soseki — Constantin Stanislavski — Gertrude Stein — Stendhal — Karlheinz Stockhausen — Leopold Stokowski — Igor Stravinsky — Shunryu Suzuki — Andrei Tarkovsky — Richard Taruskin — Nikola Tesla — Chogyam Trungpa — Chuang Tzu — Lao Tzu — Morihei Ueshiba — Vincent Van Gogh — Leonardo da Vinci — Alan Watts — Walt Whitman — Iannis Xenakis — Zen Master Ying-An — Paramahansa Yogananda

Hannya Shingyo......... .. . ... . .

"Shih-t'ao himself, like all traditional Chinese artists, learned by copying the styles of old masters; and he continued to advocate connoisseurship as a necessary foundation for developing artistic insight. He was primarily addressing those who, having passed through this process of training, then found themselves constrained by the weight of the Orthodox approach to antiquity and were unable, or unwilling, to define their own identity. How to understand, select, and utilize the elements of the "Great Tradition" of landscape painting were of concern to all serious Chinese artists of the seventeenth century. Shih-t'ao's critique of Orthodoxy is a response to this issue of creative closure. His solution ultimately requires a transcendence of the limitaitons of historicism and a recovery of a holistic foundation in art. By regrounding the act of painting in concepts of unity and autonomy, Shih-t'ao sought to recapture the transparency of Nature, art, and mind which the original theorists of literati painting in the Sung had formulated. The encounter with a spiritual order in Nature which then awaits visual representation from within the self reestablishes the act of painting in an experience more primal than identification with the styles of other artists. It is this liberating and empowering intention behind Shih-t'ao's theory which prevents the Enlightening Remarks from advocating painting as solely a commentary on other paintings, or, from posing as yet another orthodoxy." - Richard E. Strassburg

"You should not cling to the words; just savor the meaning thoroughly and search out the root source. If your mind opens up at a word, it will not be hard to enter right into the realm of noncontrivance." — The Book of Balance and Harmony

Toru Takemitsu on Odilon Redon

"It is a long time since I have read with such a healthy appetite and at the same time with so much gluttony. Each new idea drawn from my reading, as soon as it enters my head, links up with something; it seems to me that I was waiting for it; its place was ready. I recall certain readings in my childhood, so voluptuously penetrating that I felt the sentence almost physically enter my heart. This evening I again felt that marvellous sensation." — Andre Gide

"Reading about those things was like being way off in a wonderful world that nobody knows about, and you're getting a kick not only from the delight of learning the stuff itself, but also from making yourself unique." — Richard Feynman

"I know that it gives one great inner force, calmness, and happiness to communicate with such great thinkers... They tell us about what is most important for humanity, about the meaning of life and about virtue... ." — Leo Tolstoy

Hour of the Wolf

Modern Times

The Passion of Joan of Arc


Bells from the Deep

The Dark Glow of the Mountains / Gasherbrum Der leuchtende Berg




Project Grizzly
LYNCH (Peter)

Phantom India

La Jette


Russian Ark