From Matthew Herbert’s An Apple a Day (the sound of a crowd of people crunching an apple simultaneously) to a field recording of an East London market, via Beethoven’s Symphony no. 9, you will hear an extraordinary variety of music and sound with Minute of Listening.
We work with an array of wonderful contributors from museums and archives, to record labels and contemporary composers and artists. You and your class have the option to discover and explore the origins of what you hear as part of your activity, or you could choose to explore the Minute in your own unique way!
We are always looking to work with new contributors and hear new things, so if you would like to collaborate with us, please get in touch.