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Sounds Wild and Broken - Shared screen with speaker view
Rachel Bradley
24:24
Hi from Berkeley
Linda Poppe
24:25
Linda from Thousand Oaks, CA
Stephanie Warfield
24:27
Hello from Austin, TX
Laura Rodriguez
24:28
Hi from Maumee, Ohio!
Sitara Gare
24:29
Brisbane Australia
Leese
24:29
Aloha from Tacoma Washington
Mary Ruth Kamp
24:29
Hi from Kidron, Ohio
Leslie Middleton
24:31
Charlottesville, VA
Elise Yoder
24:34
Hi from Pittsburgh PA
Robin Bresley Priddy
24:36
Kennewick in Eastern Washington State, US
Blue Lo
24:37
Mountain View, CA
Paula Guarnaccia
24:38
Hello from Stoneham, Maine.
susan spooner
24:38
hello from BC Canada
Noah O'Donnell
24:40
Hi from Evanston, IL!
Ben Meyers
24:40
Lenape land, NYC
Doreen Kunert
24:41
hI from Madison,WI
Pamela Overeynder
24:43
Austin, Texas
Barb Phillips
24:44
Roseneath Ontario
Charles Colten
24:44
Charles from Abenaki territory (now known as Portland, Maine)
Illana Berger
24:44
Hello from Santa Cruz, ca
Tom Hayward
24:45
Tom and Susan Hayward, Brunswick, ME--Hi, David!
Michelle King
24:45
Peace and love from Pittsburgh, PA!
Kathy Weisfeld
24:46
Burnsville, NC
Rachel A
24:47
Hello from Texas.
Sharon Little
24:47
southwestern Ontario Canada
Richard Hassen
24:48
Hi from Inverness, CA
Daniella Teixeira
24:48
Hello from Australia, on the lands of the Yugambeh People
ann van buren
24:49
Hello! Tucked into the Hudson Valley, Lenape land
Padma Perez
24:49
Hello, everyone. Padma from noisy Metro Manila, Philippines.
joni bulat
24:49
hello from Edmonton Alberta
Rebecca Henson
24:50
Hello! From Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.
Linda O'Toole
24:51
brisbane, queensland
Ansu John
24:52
hey from Tongva territory so called Los Angeles
Rudiger Krause
24:53
From the lands of the Coast Salish People, Vancouver, Canada
Kaytlyn Creutzberg
24:56
Ontario, Canada
Agota Jonas
24:57
Hello, from Southern California
Sylvia Kind
24:59
Vancouver BC Canada
Stuart Schupack
25:01
Cottonwood AZ, near Sedona
gabriela masfarre
25:02
Good night from Toronto, Canada ☺️
Lisa Hixon
25:02
Hello from southeast Pennsylvania, USA.
Christine Simonen
25:03
Hello from Richland, WA
Sigurd Andersen
25:04
Abenaki territory - St. Johnsbury Vermont
PAMELA MCBRIDE
25:05
Hello from Albuquerque, New Mexico
Jill Olesker
25:07
Hello from Saugerties, NY by the Catskill Mountains and the winding Esopus Creek
Naomi Tarantal
25:08
Miss not running into you in NY, David!
Illana Berger
25:10
Olone lands
Catrina Sheen
25:13
Hello from Albany,
Marilyn Hutson
25:14
Vancouver Island, Canada
brenda lissel
25:18
Calgary, Alberta - Hi
Patricia Ridgley
25:21
hello from Dallas,Texas
Karen Rosolen
25:22
New Hampshire
Anne Warren
25:27
University Park, Maryland
jay berger
25:31
boulder co
Elaine Conway
25:35
Vancouver, BC. unceded lands of the Coast Salish
Jennifer Freeman
25:36
Poolesville, MD
Catherine F. Smith
25:38
hello, from john and Catherine smith
Margaret Quinn
25:48
hello from Gloucester MA
Audrey Boag
25:50
Hello from Conifer Colorado
Loranell Breyley
25:52
hello from Ohio
Liz Wanschura
25:53
Caledonia, MN
LeeAnn Johnson
25:58
I am grateful to live on the traditional and un-ceded territory of the Squamish Nation in Gibsons, BC, Canada
Chris Bentley
26:02
Forest of Oregon.
Christopher Perkins
26:04
Las Vegas desert, homelands of the Southern Paiutes
Richard Palm
26:11
rich from Shoshone CA
Fatima Khan
26:22
Hello from Kelowna, British Columbia, Sylix/OkanaganTerritory
Terry Mason
26:22
Terry from Boston MA.
Beth Davidow
26:23
Hello all, from aboard our boat, Tangaroa, berthed in the Ventura harbor off shore of the California Channel Islands, home of the Chumash people.
Judy Todd
26:31
Judy Todd, Pacific NW in Oregon
Stuart Schupack
26:36
hearing the podcast is what brought me here
Félix de Rosen
26:38
hello from Oakland, Cali
Noreen Hoard
26:42
Noreen from Houston, Texas
Jason L’Ecuyer
26:47
Unseeded Gadigal and Wangal land (Sydney) Australia
Sultan Somjee
27:08
Hello from unceded territories renamed Vancouver on colonization, Canada.
Sitara Gare
27:10
North side of Brisbane Australia on unseeded Turrbal land.
Terry Mason
27:28
Boston is located in the lands of the Massachusett.
Rachel Bradley
27:31
So true that Pt Reyes books features things you don't find elsewhere!
Point Reyes Books
27:32
Thank you, David! https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/
Barbara Whitmore
27:38
Greetings from Portland, OR!
Carole Milon
27:38
Toronto, Canada
Adele Finney
27:39
From the unceded, traditional lands of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-wa-tuth peoples, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Jackie Tritt
27:40
Jackie from near Melbourne, Australia
Carlos Ancalmo
27:50
Brooklyn says hello
susan spooner
27:58
fabulous titles…postage prohibitive to Canada
Point Reyes Books
28:00
Buy Sounds Wild and Broken here: https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/book/9781984881540
Anne Brusby
28:01
Etobicoke (Toronto) Canada.
Susan Clark
28:11
Greetings from San Rafael, land of the coast Miwok.
Barbara Whitmore
28:24
Greetings! Barbara in Portland, OR
Point Reyes Books
28:26
Other upcoming events here (save this to look at later!) https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/events
Karen Branan
28:27
Greetings from Capitol Hill DC
Will Peden
28:47
Will Peden - Just over the hill in Mill Valley
Dale Genge
28:53
Hello from Salt Spring Island In the Salish Sea Canada
Sedoo Manu
28:53
Hello from Los Angeles
Christa Donner
29:13
Hello from Chicago
Padma Perez
29:34
I can hear a Philippine pied Fantail as I listen to this 😊
Stuart Schupack
33:22
There is a movement promoting dark skies, perhaps we also need a movement to promote quiet spaces
susan spooner
33:48
quiet spaces would be wonderful!
Jason L’Ecuyer
34:20
*Internationally registered quiet parks! I’d go do that
mia monroe
35:29
Muir Woods and Olympic have places dedicated to the natural soundscape and also Point Reyes NS, GGNRA and Maritime NHS are defining quiet space overhead!
Cuifen Pui
37:30
it's great to read the comments! I am piloting quiet walks in everyday urban spaces in Singapore
John Sanders
37:36
hello from the UK in the middle of the night
Jason L’Ecuyer
38:31
That sounds really cool Cuifen!
Cuifen Pui
39:10
:) thank you, Jason! I was hesitant to tell people about it as I wasn't sure if it's an idea people would support
Jen Sigler
39:45
Gordon Hempton - One Square Inch of Silence https://www.soundtracker.com/products/one-square-inch-silence/
Fatima Khan
40:27
Just curious about how everyone defines "quiet"... is it no sound? low volume of sound? sound other than those produced by human activity?...
Padma Perez
40:49
Hello Cuifen. We’re practically neighbors! Curious to know more about quiet walks in Singapore.
susan spooner
41:26
fatima…anything but human generated noise
monica macf
41:38
i have never experienced silence.
Emergence Magazine
41:45
Thanks everyone for joining! If you have any questions, you can post them in the Q&A box. You can also upvote and comment. We’ll have some time to answer questions from everyone in just a bit.
Liz Wanschura
42:04
I would say that "quiet" would include human sounds but not machines.
Christina Ballew
42:12
silence is emptiness
Félix de Rosen
42:15
Quiet is a relative term.
Michelle King
55:11
We each have a truth about how we're experiencing life, and the truth is symphonic...
Jackie Tritt
56:29
The deepest silence I've encountered was in a forest after a major bushfire. Deep ash on the ground, no leaves to rustle in the trees, no birds.
monica macf
57:12
Hmmm, I can almost imagine that. Yes.
alison dyer
58:51
Deepest silence I've experienced... Torngat Mountains, Labrador, and plateau of the Lewis Hills, Nfld - one of the few places on planet that exposes the earth's mantle.
monica macf
01:00:23
I think for me it would have been in a glow worm cave in New Zealand
Ansu John
01:03:12
will this be available later as a recording???
Emergence Magazine
01:03:51
yes, the recording will be added to the event listing on the emergence site tomorrow, as well as available on FB.
PAMELA MCBRIDE
01:03:55
If you look at the upper left corner of your screen, it says recording live on Facebook
Olga D Grovic
01:04:45
and for those of us not on social media, please? how can we access this brilliant presentation? thank you.
Ansu John
01:05:14
thanks Emergence!!! 😁
PAMELA MCBRIDE
01:05:18
I'm not on social media either. I suspect it might be on utube
Rachel A
01:05:34
Normally, to is sent through the email you registered.
Olga D Grovic
01:05:41
good point! thank you, pamela...
Ansu John
01:05:52
Emergence web site
Rachel A
01:05:57
*it is
Kate Vogt
01:09:12
grateful and appreciative of bringing awareness to our sensory organs and process of sensing as relational as breathing within this cosmic being. sadly, our senses are overwhelmed and easily taken for granted.
Jane Park
01:09:55
A very relevant part of the urban design & landscape architecture conversations. Active design not just mitigation design!
Ansu John
01:11:32
reductionist science is the sad norm of education
Kate Vogt
01:13:05
beautiful invitation into beauty allowing it to stir primal currents within us. thank you.
Stephen Sarfaty
01:13:28
The sound of your voices, my thoughts and around me in , for the world, touch and inspire me. THANK YOU!🙏
Ansu John
01:18:06
"wild" defined by whites after dispossessing indigenous peoples from their territories so they could pursue "recreation " 👎
Emergence Magazine
01:19:11
Learn more and order David Haskell’s book “Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution's Creativity, and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction”: https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/book/9781984881540
Leese
01:19:16
something to think of Ansu
Stuart Schupack
01:21:36
"Music is not in the notes but in the silence in between"
Kaytlyn Creutzberg
01:22:21
Beautiful wow!
Ansu John
01:22:22
(one reason why Haskell referred to the use of wild as problematic)
susan spooner
01:22:28
great, thank you
Rachel A
01:22:29
Grateful for your beautiful presentation and reading. 🙏🏼
Kimberlie Chenoweth
01:22:31
This has been pure poetry . . . riveting, resonant, and revealing. Thank you. 🙏
Leese
01:22:34
The neighbors dog barking doesn't help this ending
Carrie Morton
01:22:56
Haha @ Leese - this is a constant bother to my ears lol
michael mckinley
01:23:47
But isn’t that dog singing?
Leese
01:24:39
No he's not singing he's letting me know that Kevin the neighbors cat is at my dor
Carrie Morton
01:24:42
hahaha @michael, yes, a personal exercise in equanimity for sure 🙂
Dianne Sharma-Winter
01:25:00
Kia ora David from Aotearoa (NZ)
Beth Davidow
01:25:09
Thank you David, Emergence, and Pt Reyes bookstore for this superb conversation. A special joy to hear you read your beautiful, thoughtful, inspiring and insightful book. The moments of silence in between the words convey such poetry.
charles peck
01:25:14
Shiva!
Leese
01:25:50
carrie its an alarm
Emergence Magazine
01:26:27
Checkout our latest release by David Haskell, "When the Earth Started to Sing," a sonic experience about the beginning of sound and song on planet Earth: https://emergencemagazine.org/audio-story/when-the-earth-started-to-sing
Padma Perez
01:28:32
Thank you, Emmanuel for asking my question. And thank you David for your generous response. Food for thought and food for the soul—taking action for beauty and finding fulfillment in sensory connection. My heart is full.
Stuart Schupack
01:29:59
Thank you for that very interesting response to my questiton
PAMELA MCBRIDE
01:30:15
I have made several recordings with my phone when I am hiking or for example, visiting another environment- for example the coquis frogs in Hawaii or the calls of sandhill cranes. When I listen to them, it takes me back to the edge of the field where I watched and heard thousands of cranes-back to the miraculous experience of having the privilege of being there
Carrie Morton
01:31:27
@pamela, i love that — the sound of grackles when i step out of the airport are the first signal that i’ve returned HOME 🙂 i have taken recordings to listen to when i’m homesick
Leese
01:32:27
Mahalo nui to you all it was great zoom interaction with big words and creative questions
Ansu John
01:33:00
i have just been reading David Abrams 💚💚💚💚💚💚
Leese
01:33:21
Carrie Morton are you island girl too?!
Mary Ruth Kamp
01:33:37
Thank you!
Ptery Lieght
01:33:52
What did you type David? You must have posted to just the author and Host.
Ptery Lieght
01:34:59
Singing Alive was founded on singing to the Forest through having only voice only, So much healing for the singers and the earth, Joyful!
Carrie Morton
01:35:08
Leese, no i’m from Texas — i think grackles are fairly widespread across the south/ central america, sounds like islands too??
Point Reyes Books
01:35:45
Thank you all for joining us tonight and to Emmanuel and Emergence Magazine for helping to make this possible. We can’t wait until David is able to join us in person in Point Reyes again, hopefully in the not too distant future.
Ansu John
01:35:55
what did David Abrams say about Ethics did anyone catch that please?
Mark Butler
01:36:08
There is a Luther in Detroit who makes instruments from reclaimed wood from derelict homes — so a third life for these trees.
Stephen Sarfaty
01:36:20
From the Garden of the Great Spirit, 1000 islands region of St. Lawrence River which speaks with many voices, THANK YOU!
Emergence Magazine
01:36:21
David Abram “So I’m hearing David say ethics needs to be grounded in aesthetics. Indeed, genuine aesthetics (or deep aesthetics) IS an Ethics…..a new word: AESTETHICS!”
Mark Butler
01:36:26
*luthier*
Leese
01:36:27
Yes, crackle of our frog friends, Carrie thanks
Stuart Schupack
01:36:35
Thank you, wonderful presentation
Ansu John
01:36:57
thank you Emergence!!! 😍
Carrie Morton
01:38:24
Such an exciting talk, thank you David and everyone <3 <3 also i love this description of music as intimate wowza!
brenda lissel
01:38:26
Thank you so much. My heart is singing.
Thomasjohn Wells Miller
01:38:36
may the music of this conversation along with the breathing of all the listeners continue to heal the world as we find it inviting us to do
Emergence Magazine
01:38:47
Learn more and order David’s book “Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution's Creativity, and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction”: https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/book/9781984881540
christian mcewen
01:38:49
Magnificent presentation. Thank you!
Elise Muffitt
01:38:49
wonderful conversation
Leslie Middleton
01:38:53
Thank you David, Emergence, deeply nourishing.
Emergence Magazine
01:39:06
Checkout our latest release by David Haskell, "When the Earth Started to Sing," a sonic experience about the beginning of sound and song on planet Earth: https://emergencemagazine.org/audio-story/when-the-earth-started-to-sing
Emergence Magazine
01:39:25
Learn more and order David’s book “Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution's Creativity, and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction”: https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/book/9781984881540