[permaculture] steady state work music: any suggestions?
qazingulaza at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 15:34:42 EST 2010
John Cage's 4' 33". For the uninitiated, the pianist comes to the
piano, closes the keyboard & for 4 minutes & 33 seconds the audience
listens to every sound that comes their way. The music of any
environment is infinite.
On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 2:28 PM, <yarrow at sfo.com> wrote:
> I don't have a specific suggestion, but for myself, I'd probably
> include some books on tape in the mix if I had an ipod. For anything
> repetitive, I like music I can sing along with. For long stretches
> outdoors, I'd add something dramatic like opera (Verdi) and some
> bouncy Mozart.
> At 10:14 AM -1000 1/26/10, Justin Hahn wrote:
>>How many of you like to listen to music while you work outside in
>>fields and orchards?
>>And if you like to listen to music on an iPod-type device, what do you
>>I ask, because i'm loading up my ipod for an extended farm stay (3
>>months) and i won't be bringing my ibook. there won't be internet
>>access on the farm or enough charge to go around for multiple
>>notbooks. but there hopefully will be enough to charge an ipod once in
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