No. 31, March 2016
Take a Journey in Sound
Is the Australian dawn chorus anything to rave about?
There maybe a dozen people in the world qualified to make a judgement like this. People like Andrew Skeoch, who've made it their life's work to travel, stop, listen and record soundscapes.
Andrew's skills create, for us, a new and exhilarating perspective. After a weekend with him, our guests took home a whole new way to experience the world.
It's why his work is weaved into feature films including Pirates of the Caribbean, the forthcoming Jungle Book and how he collaborated with Peter Gabriel on music for Rabbit Proof Fence.
In the short film we made for you, Andrew talks about his work. You can also listen here to the podcast of a talk he gave at Woodford Folk Festival recently, courteousy of the ABC.
Andrew is also generously giving away copies of his albums to anyone who completes a travel profile with us. This way, we can keep you aware of travel offers, including forthcoming trips with Andrew.
It's great to have the opportunity to share these moments with you. Thanks again for reading.
Best wishes for a happy Easter,
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