Sound


Saturday morning work-out inspiration. Don’t quit on this too soon. Love the screech of the Hawk.

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  1. Very, very cool. Love the resonance of the sound waves bouncing off the sheer rock walls. And the hawk was perfect. But I gotta confess, the whole time I watched, I thought, ‘Wonder what it must have taken to get that drum set out in that wilderness and up on that damn rock?’ (Be quiet, monkey mind…)

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  2. A willing, captive audience. Arguably stoic, but somehow my guess is that nature loved the paean to its eager silence..

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  3. An assault on Nature.

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  4. a concert for nature.

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  5. When I first moved to Chicago I lived right on the lake, near the Chicago/ Evanston border.
    Every summer and all summer long, Saturdays and Sundays, a young man came with the same setup as early as 5 am and played the drums till noon, then packed for the day.
    Slowly other musicians starting joint him.
    For three consecutive summers.
    No one ever complained.
    I miss that actually.

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  6. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Awwsome!!

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  7. Absolutely fascinating! Hard to beat that resonance.

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  8. Love the creative idea and juxtaposition of percussion with nature. The young man reminds me of one of my sons who lives out west. :0) Hawks are pairing up now in my area. Their calls are much like the one in the video. Spring is here when this begins. Happy sigh…

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