Biophony Host Bob Edwards talks to Bernie Krause about the sounds he's recorded in natural habitats around the world over the last 30 years. Krause talks about "biophony," a term he defines as "the combined sound that whole groups of living organisms produce in any given environment." (8:34) [Krause's autobiography, Into a Wild Sanctuary: A Life in Music and Natural Sound , is published by heyday books. His cd's are available this week on the Mirimar label.] Due to Internet rights issues, this segment has been modified from its original broadcast form.
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Biophony

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Biophony

Biophony

Biophony

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Host Bob Edwards talks to Bernie Krause about the sounds he's recorded in natural habitats around the world over the last 30 years. Krause talks about "biophony," a term he defines as "the combined sound that whole groups of living organisms produce in any given environment." (8:34) [Krause's autobiography, Into a Wild Sanctuary: A Life in Music and Natural Sound , is published by heyday books. His cd's are available this week on the Mirimar label.] Due to Internet rights issues, this segment has been modified from its original broadcast form.