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Performer: No Artist
Genre: Non Music
Album: Sound Patterns
Released: 1953
Style: Field Recording, Special Effects
MP3 version ZIP size: 1465 mb
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Natural Sounds
A1 Wood Trush – Natural Speed
Recorded By – Peter Paul Kellog*
A2 Wood Trush – Slowed Down To ½ Speed
Recorded By – Peter Paul Kellog*
A3 Wood Trush – Slowed Down To ¼ Speed
Recorded By – Peter Paul Kellog*
A4 Crickets (Airplane Motor In Background) – Natural Speed
Recorded By – Peter Bartok
A5 Crickets – Slowed Down To ½ Speed
Recorded By – Peter Bartok
A6 Crickets – Slowed Down To ¼ Speed
Recorded By – Peter Bartok
A7 Crickets – Slowed Down To ⅛ Speed
Recorded By – Peter Bartok
A8 Thunder Storm (With Toad And Bird)
Recorded By – Peter Paul Kellog*
A9 Alligator Chorus (American, And One Asiatic)
Recorded By – Robert Snedigar
A10 Two Lions (Atlanta, Ga. Zoo)
Recorded By – Moses Asch
A11 Monkey (Happy)
A12 Monkey (Same Monkey - Angry)
A13 Tortoise Mating Call
Recorded By – Robert Snedigar
Musical Sounds
A14 Musicians Tuning-up
Recorded By – Peter Bartok
Human Sounds
A15 Animal Imitations By An Eskimo
Recorded By – Laura Boulton
A16 Heartbeats
Recorded By – Peter Bartok
Locations Sounds
B1 Chorcha, Honduras
Recorded By – Willard Pictures
B2 Talking Drums, Africa
Recorded By – Rev. Dr. Leo A. Verwilghen*
B3 Taxi Trip, Through Traffic To Airport
B4 Street Cries – N.Y.C. Lineman
Recorded By – Frederic Ramsey Jr.
B5 Street Cries – N.Y.C. Gardenias
Recorded By – Moses Asch
B6 Street Cries – Hot Dogs In Times Square
Recorded By – Moses Asch
B7 Street Cries – Flower Vendor, Charleston, S.C.
Recorded By – Walter C. Garwick
B8 Cow Cerenomy In Yugoslavia
Recorded By – Laura Boulton
B9 Dawn Chorus, East Africa
Man Made Sounds
B10 Jet Flight
B11 Railroad To Atlantic City
Recorded By – Moses Asch
B12 Short Wave Radio
Recorded By – Frederic Ramsey Jr.
B13 Pump Drill
B14 Electronic Feedback – 7½ Inches Tape
Recorded By – David Hancock
B15 Electronic Feedback – 15 Inches Tape
Recorded By – David Hancock


© 1953 Folkways Records & Service Corp. 117 W. 46 St. NYC
Comes with a 8-page booklet.

Excerpt from booklet: "Folkways Records in this series presents what it believes to be a departure from material generally issued on phonograph records. Like the photography and art ‘annuals, ' each issue will include the most unusual - and the most common - sounds that exist; and through aural interplay, Folkways hopes to be able to establish a mood not unlike that of seeing photographs and pictures. Taken out of content these sounds ‘stand’ by themselves in their uniqueness, and create new auditory dimensions.

These sounds came to Folkways Records from varied sources and were sent by many people . . . . . . many were recorded on scientific expeditions. Their compilation according to their character tends to make exotic and exciting listening.

Many recording techniques were used. Motion picture sound recordings were taken "on location." Peter Paul Kellogg had recording equipment mounted in the rear compartment of his passenger car and the parabolic reflector that he used was fastened to a spare tire rig. Robert Snedigar used a small, inexpensive tape home-operated—house current recorder with which he had his "Zoo show" copied 'off the air‘ in Chicago. Some of the sounds were recorded on primitive disc-recorders in the wilds of the Arctic and in Africa, others were "taped" (30 inches) with the latest Ampex, Telefunken or RCA studio microphones; many were recorded with the new "high-fidelity" Magnemite hand-operated battery recorder that weighs less than twenty pounds complete and which explorers frequently take now to inaccessible areas.

Peter Bartok taped the crickets in this album thus: He had a recording session in a barn in Connecticut with a string quartet; this was the only place where they felt they could get a quality of reproduction that would "sound real. " That night he heard the cricket chorus (with toads in the background). He set up his Ampex, rolled out a 30-foot cable with his microphone and got to work.

Dr. Peter Paul Kellogg was "on location" in Florida recording animal sounds. Just as he was "getting" the toad heard in this record, a storm broke. He rushed to his car with the microphone to protect it. Then he proceded to record the storm. After it was over, he "opened up" his equipment and caught the bird (aurally). It seemed a nice sequence to include."

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FX 6130 No Artist Sound Patterns ‎(LP) Folkways Records FX 6130 US Unknown