A List of Reasons to Sing …

The Human Seasons

# 3 It is night in the woods, and the owls are out.

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Lodge Hill, Coldwaltham, West Sussex nr Pulborough Brooks nature reserve. Starry sky, camp fire, folk singers. May 7th 2016.

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A list of reasons to sing …

#1 The birth of a new family member  Giovanni Brandolini, 21/04/16, born under a beautiful full moon. Searching For Lambs (Sung by Elizabeth Bennett, learnt from the singing of Sandra Goddard) &nbs…

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A list of reasons to sing …

#2 Because it is finally May  Blunts Wood, East Sussex, May 2016 – bounded by the former Roman road to the south, and Deadmantree Hill to the west. The Lark in the Morning (Sung by Elizabeth …

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The Light Fantastic: Review of Enchanted Lewes (with 20% off tickets for LL readers)

Before I begin this post, I MUST apologise for my pictures. We went at 5pm and it was dark dark – and I only take pictures for this blog on my iPhone as I cannot be fiddling around with a digital S…

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What does archaeology sound like?

Public Archaeology 2015

I couldn’t decide on a project for Public Archaeology 2015, given a multitude of personal mishaps and a year of my interest in grey literature waning, as my interest in writing the future best-selling coffee table book of 2016 (‘Erratica’, a journey through mythic geology and great big bits of rock) grew. So I left the choice of the final project to random chance, well, to Twitter, and did a poll, as it’s all the rage. Doing a poll was interesting, and it was good to hear the comments from people on their specific interests in each of the choices. I shall follow each choice up eventually over 2016 (Erratica will make my millions I bet) but 45% of the voters decided that Archaeology Sounds was the winner.

So….

What does archaeology sound like? What are ‘archaeological’ sounds? What noises does the practise make? (No, not like hot air being…

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Folk songs and Footpaths: Part 1

Folk songs and Footpaths: Part 1.

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Footpaths and Folk Songs: Part 3

Footpaths and Folk Songs: Part 3.

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