This is a proof of concept for a project I am doing later in the year, as part of the Auckland City Council Artists Residency, where I will be based in Little Huia for two months...
A fascinating experiment of taking birdsong and translating it into music. This is pretty cool!
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@chrisaldrich Everything old ( from 1715) is new again https://imslp.org/wiki/The_Bird_Fancyer's_Delight_(Walsh%2C_John)
The Bird Fancyer’s Delight (Walsh, John) – IMSLP: Free Sheet Music PDF Download
@jasongreen @chrisaldrich Although strictly speaking, the goal here was to get birds to imitate the written recorder tunes rather than vice versa.
I had posted about watching Tim’s experiment and a fellow academic replied to me via Mastodon that about a reverse experiment from 1715 that may be of interest:
—Jason Green, January 24, 2020 at 12:27 pm