endangered whooping cranes & exploding stars * we-pods


Subject: endangered whooping cranes & exploding stars * we-pods
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Thu Nov 03 2005 - 19:07:38 EST


dear CEC international conpherence

would you please direct 'us' to WWW information on th endangered
whooping cranes, including but not limited to sound ? they fly from Wood
Buffalo National Park, Saskatchewan, Canada to Aransus National Wildlife
Refuge in Texas on th Gulf of Mexico. Th oldest known whooping crane,
aka Green-Red for th bands on her ankles, was found dead in Wood
Buffalo. There are only 450 world wide.

They say exploding stars may have killed th Mammoths. If Mammoths could
sing what would they sound like ? Elephants ? Buffalo ? Bison ? We
wouldn't know this kind of info without th good folks at NASA. Thank
You. If you've further WWW info, please post.

Scientists / Composers / Educators / Techno-Geeks - i'm honoured to
'stand' among you ... even if without Para-Language th WWW still can't
convey gesture & nuance ... hmmm, if neo-code can't solve that ...
perhaps th We-Pods can .. is any one working on dat ? :-)

west regards, sylvi macCormac
- drop kick murphys' cousin -
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siwash rock & soundscape composition
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WHEELS Soundscapes, WWW & CDs (2006 / 08 / 10 )
Produced by sylvi macCormac with Conrad Burek
in consultation with Colin Nairne & Jim Vallance

with voices of people with dis abilities and Dal Richard's
Big Band Bkwrds juried by folks from SOCAN / CBC / SLFA / SUN

http://www.disabilityfoundation.org VAMS
(Vancouver Adapted Music Society) with info & links
to Artists, Adapted Technologies, Music Education, Web Conference

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2006 Nov 11 SFU 40th Anniversary - Electroacoustic Concert with
Voices of a Place: Hildegard Westerkamp inside the Soundscape
a portrait of th composer by sylvi macCormac (8:00) 1998

2006 Concordia University - EuCuE -Electroacoustic Concert with
Railway Lines: Trains of Thought (7:00) & Penny: a Process (3:00)
aural-historic-poetic radio art & electroacoustic soundscape wit penny
whistle ;-)

www.sfu.ca / cec.concordia.ca / www.musiccentre.ca
www.musicworks.ca / www.deepwireless.ca / www.kalvos.org
www.thirdcoastfestival.org/audio_library_2004.asp / www.sylvi.ca


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