Bernie Krause (Mixes music and environmental sound recordings)

~ Person

Relationships

Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/artist/413568 [info]
VIAF ID: VIAF: 79212863 [info]
Wikidata: Q2899063 [info]
Wikipedia: en: Bernie Krause [info]
YouTube channels: https://www.youtube.com/user/BernieKrauseTV [info]
interviews: https://westcoastactionalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Interview-Bernie-Krause.pdf [info]

Appearances

Date Title Attributes Artist Length
composer
Krakatoa
engineer
Ark of the Waterhole. A dramatic 24-hour day-night sound portrait of events at a waterhole in Kenya. Wildebeests and colobus monkeys join a hammerkop (bird) as the sun rises above the horizon and heats the forest surrounding this main source of African life. Then a downpour cools the air. Later, mating crested cranes, elephants, masked weaver birds, lions, a giant forest pig, hippos, and a funny-sounding chorus of tree hyrax all lend their wonderful voices to this natural performance. [nature sounds] 29:35
The Mighty, Great Gorilla. The mountain gorilla lives in ever-shrinking preserves high in the rain forest of central east Africa. Nearly every day begins with a rainstorm. The fragile rhythm of gorilla life includes families playing, lovingly interacting with the newborn and young, foraging for tender bamboo shoots, and clinging to their lives among the exotic sounds of insects, birds, and other mammals sharing the habitat with them. [nature sounds] 18:57
instrument
I Have Finally Come to Realise Moog Van Morrison 5:10
mix
Ark of the Waterhole. A dramatic 24-hour day-night sound portrait of events at a waterhole in Kenya. Wildebeests and colobus monkeys join a hammerkop (bird) as the sun rises above the horizon and heats the forest surrounding this main source of African life. Then a downpour cools the air. Later, mating crested cranes, elephants, masked weaver birds, lions, a giant forest pig, hippos, and a funny-sounding chorus of tree hyrax all lend their wonderful voices to this natural performance. [nature sounds] 29:35
The Mighty, Great Gorilla. The mountain gorilla lives in ever-shrinking preserves high in the rain forest of central east Africa. Nearly every day begins with a rainstorm. The fragile rhythm of gorilla life includes families playing, lovingly interacting with the newborn and young, foraging for tender bamboo shoots, and clinging to their lives among the exotic sounds of insects, birds, and other mammals sharing the habitat with them. [nature sounds] 18:57
producer
Benediction on a settlement [unknown] 8:00
Boyobi at spear-hunting camp, part 1 [unknown] 5:52
Boyobi, part 2 [unknown] 5:02
Boyobi, part 3 [unknown] 6:00
Boyobi, part 4 [unknown] 6:45
Funeral song [unknown] 4:40
Mondume with percussion [unknown] 2:54
Walking song [unknown] 5:16
Wedding song [unknown] 3:41
Women gathering mushrooms [unknown] 5:12
Women off to gather payu [unknown] 3:47
African Adventures executive Bernie Krause
Bayaka: The Extraordinary Music of the Babenzélé Pygmies Louis Sarno
Mountain Stream [nature sounds]
recording
Ark of the Waterhole. A dramatic 24-hour day-night sound portrait of events at a waterhole in Kenya. Wildebeests and colobus monkeys join a hammerkop (bird) as the sun rises above the horizon and heats the forest surrounding this main source of African life. Then a downpour cools the air. Later, mating crested cranes, elephants, masked weaver birds, lions, a giant forest pig, hippos, and a funny-sounding chorus of tree hyrax all lend their wonderful voices to this natural performance. [nature sounds] 29:35
The Mighty, Great Gorilla. The mountain gorilla lives in ever-shrinking preserves high in the rain forest of central east Africa. Nearly every day begins with a rainstorm. The fragile rhythm of gorilla life includes families playing, lovingly interacting with the newborn and young, foraging for tender bamboo shoots, and clinging to their lives among the exotic sounds of insects, birds, and other mammals sharing the habitat with them. [nature sounds] 18:57
remixer
Ark of the Waterhole. A dramatic 24-hour day-night sound portrait of events at a waterhole in Kenya. Wildebeests and colobus monkeys join a hammerkop (bird) as the sun rises above the horizon and heats the forest surrounding this main source of African life. Then a downpour cools the air. Later, mating crested cranes, elephants, masked weaver birds, lions, a giant forest pig, hippos, and a funny-sounding chorus of tree hyrax all lend their wonderful voices to this natural performance. [nature sounds] 29:35
The Mighty, Great Gorilla. The mountain gorilla lives in ever-shrinking preserves high in the rain forest of central east Africa. Nearly every day begins with a rainstorm. The fragile rhythm of gorilla life includes families playing, lovingly interacting with the newborn and young, foraging for tender bamboo shoots, and clinging to their lives among the exotic sounds of insects, birds, and other mammals sharing the habitat with them. [nature sounds] 18:57