Subject: E A R T H S O U N D S F O R S P A C E
From: Anomalous Records (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 29 1999 - 22:49:51 EDT
>From: Michel Redolfi <MichelRedolfi@compuserve.com>
>( ( ( ( ( E A R T H S O U N D S F O R S P A C E ) ) ) ) )
> A global sonic event featuring
> Y O U
> To be premiered at the STAR TRACKS concert series
> AMSTERDAM PLANETARIUM
> M A Y 6 , 1 9 9 9
>On MAY 6, to celebrate the final show of STAR TRACKS - a series of
>electronic music concerts presented at the Amsterdam Planetarium, host
>Michel Redolfi will end the program with EARTH SOUNDS FOR SPACE, a
>collection of personal sounds - YOURS ! - received via the Web and
>assembled to create a sonic portrait of Earth in 1999.
>After the Amsterdam presentation produced by the YSBREKER Music Center,
>this collective montage will be placed on a CD and submitted to NASA and
>ESA (European Space Agency), which have expressed interest in launching it
>in future space programs.
>The goal of EARTH SOUNDS FOR SPACE is to update and extend a similar
>project created by Carl Sagan. The LP he compiled, entitled "Murmurs of
>Earth", was stowed aboard the Voyager spacecraft in 1977 in the hope that
>it would be discovered in the future by some extraterrestrial listener.
>Today Voyager and its sonic message continue to race from our solar system
>at speeds of over 35,000 kph...
>Be a part of the 1999 project by contributing to the next world sound
>ONE DAY, SOMEONE MAY HEAR YOU (screaming, laughing, honking, etc...) IN
> Visit the site EARTH SOUNDS FOR SPACE
>for further information, including details on how to submit your sound
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