Hugh Le Caine | www.hughlecaine.com
About "Sackbut Blues"
"… essential and historically significant… documents thoroughly, and at long last, Le Caine's radical and visionary notions of experimental electronic instrument design." ____Larry Polansky, Option Magazine
Musicworks | www.musicworks.ca
PATRIA | www.patria.org
"All countries are rapidly losing contact with nature as well as history and tradition. Patria, then, is not a country, but a state of mind, a quest for identity and security – a place to breathe and be inspired". R. Murray Schafer
Deep Listening Institute | www.deeplistening.org
World Forum for Acoustic Ecology | www.wfae.net
The World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE) is an international association of affiliated organizations and individuals, who share a common concern with the state of the world's soundscapes. Its members represent a multi-disciplinary spectrum of individuals engaged in the study of the social, cultural and ecological aspects of the sonic environment. The WFAE has seven international affiliate organizations with three in Europe, two in North America, and one each in Japan, and Australia. New affiliates are forming in Mexico and Greece.
World Soundscape Project | website
The World Soundscape Project (WSP) was established as an educational and research group by R. Murray Schafer at Simon Fraser University during the late 1960s and early 1970s. It grew out of Schafer's initial attempt to draw attention to the sonic environment through a course in noise pollution. This work resulted in two small educational booklets, The New Soundscape and The Book of Noise, plus a compendium of Canadian noise bylaws.
Canadina Association for Sound Ecology | www.acousticecology.ca
Formed in 1996 as the Canadian Affiliate Organization of the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE), The Canadian Association for Sound Ecology/ Association canadienne pour L'écologie sonore is a coalition of Canadian individuals and institutions concerned with the state of the soundscape.As Acoustic Ecology is the study of the relationship between living organisms and their sonic environment (or soundscape), it is the CASE mission to draw attention to unhealthy imbalances in this relationship, to improve the acoustic quality of a place wherever possible, and to protect and maintain acoustically balanced soundscapes where they still exist.
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