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PAYSAGES SONORES DU MEXIQUE

SOUNDSCAPES OF MEXICO

Direction artistique : BERNARD FORT
Nombre de CD : 1

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red with almost unspoilt tropical forest, it is hot and humid throughout the year, there are a multitude of streams and waterfalls and annual rainfall is close to 5 metres. Mosses, lichens, bromeliads and tree ferns occur between cedars and cover giant mahogany trees. The Lacandon jungle in Chiapas stateThe Palenque jungle hides the ruins of a Maya city of which 90% is still covered in vegetation. This extensive forest, often called the Lacandon jungle (the name of the tribe that still lives there), covers the whole of Chiapas state as far as the Yucatan peninsula and the Guatemala frontier. Palenque is at an altitude of 150 metres, with a hot, damp climate (an annual rainfall of nearly 3 metres). This rainforest, home to a large number of endemic species, of both plants and animals, with the largest biodiversity in North America, is highly threatened by deforestation. The Kapok tree Ceiba pentandra also called Ceiba or Silk-cotton tree is the king of the jungle, venerated by the Mayas who considered it to be the Earth’s axis. Other trees include the Sapodilla, Mahogany, Mexican white cedar, and the Gumbo-limbo or Copperwood.San Miquel de Allende in Guanajuato stateThe town of San Miguel de Allende lies in the centre of a vast plane, or high plateau, with a semi arid landscape at nearly 2000 metres altitude. Much of the land is used for agriculture, with Holm oak forests here and there and areas of Mediterranean scrub type vegetation with spiny bushes and succulents including cacti, particularly the famous Nopal (our Prickly pear) with edible fruits. The region is also renown for having a large number of natural hot water springs. The whole of this CD was produced in the Groupe musiques Vivantes de Lyon studios (www: gmvl.org). Thank you to Eloisa Matheu for her precious advice (sonidosdelanaturaleza.com).To Emilia Estrada.    Bernard Fort, October 2013Total playing time: 77 minutes© FRÉMEAUX & ASSOCIÉS 20141. Sunrise in the Cuetzalan forest: playing time: 11’16” (track 1: 4’23” - track 2: 6’53”)Day and night, the sound of water is a permanent part of the forest soundscape, multiple rivulets, streams and rapids, pour over the length of moss covered escarpments, and of course there’s the rain, generally in the evening. From early morning the first bird song mixes with the calls of amphibians and insects that have often sung throughout the night, this type of forest never knows silence. The first part of this track is dominated by the presence of the Brown jay Psilorhinus morio defending its territory accompanied by the Social flycatcher Myiozetetes similis). Then starts a solo by the Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush Carharus aurantiirostri, whilst amphibians insistently repeat the same note at a sustained tempo. High in the canopy a multitude of very small birds give their extremely high-pitched calls, principally various hummingbirds, but also the Chestnut-capped Brush-finch Arremon brunneinucha suttoni. With the increasing heat the amphibians and insects call even louder and we hear the Brown-capped Vireo Vireo leucophrys. Towards the end of the track we hear the Spot-breasted Wren Thryothorus maculipectus, very common throughout Mexico.2. End of the day in the Cuetzalan forest: playing time: 8’58” (track 3: 5’33” - track 4: 3’25”)There’s little difference between the morning and afternoon (we’re at exactly the same site). A White-collared Seedeater Sporophila torqueola repeats its phrase from high in a tree. A lone cicada can be heard, also high up, on a trunk giving two loud sequences: firstly some short phrases and then a prolonged sound that silences all other sounds. Then there’s another solo by an Orange-billed Nightingale-Thrush. With the heat preceding the thunder storm amphibians and insects take over from the bird song. The Brown-backed Solitaire Myadestes occidentalis gives a few notes at the first claps of thunder…3. Thunder storm in the Cuetzalan forest: playing time: 9’55” (track 5: 9’55”)The often violent thunder storms, accompanied by very heavy rain, are generally very short and quickly followed by sunny breaks. The storms can even surprise by the rapidity with which they arrive. It’s the case here, recorded at nightfall and heard almost as it really happened! The thunder, far off and loud, disappears in the deep gorges, its energy smothered by the thick cloud cover. The rain that the wind brings in waves sounds on the large tree fern leaves and the dead, thick, leather-like leaves that cover the ground. Within a few minutes small rivulets become real torrents, and the forest becomes quiet, waiting for the calm of night.4. Night in the Cuetzalan forest: playing time: playing time: 10’12” (track 6: 4’55” - track 7: 5’16”)With the last drops from the thunder storm, amphibians give their varied songs, low-pitched and sustained, high-pitched and repetitive. Then insects enter into this long nocturnal concert that will go on until daybreak. We often only perceive the lower part of certain high-pitched sounds, hardly audible but that are well represented in this recording, sometimes very loud.5. Morning in the Palenque jungle: playing time: 23’57” (track 8: 7’10” - track 9: 6’39” - track 10: 10’15”)This long track was recorded in Palenque archaeological park, in the middle of thick vegetation covered ruins. The recordings were made during a single morning, between 08h00 and 13h00, and here we simply have a summary of this morning.Here also silence doesn’t exist and on our arrival cicadas and other insects are already very loud. The morning starts with the song of the Montezuma Oropendola Psarocolius Montezuma. Species are too numerous and sporadic to be identified with precision… however it’s possible to separate the calls of several macaws, the Long-billed Gnatwren Ramphocaenus melanurus, various toucans, the Spot-breasted Wren Thryothorus maculipectus, the White-breasted Wood Wren Henicorhina leucosticta and the Collared Trogon Trogon collaris. Many species are very mobile and cross the recording space in just a few seconds. Of course the whole soundscape is dominated by the numerous cicadas with a loud and plaintive insistence that is often nearly unsupportable. The jungle sounds with its own resonance, as if some of the recordings were made in a confined space. Whilst passing through the canopy various animals noisily break branches letting dead pieces of wood, or fruits or seeds fall to the ground, proof that the forest is well inhabited. This morning finishes with the arrival of Howler monkeys, moving through the branches, whose calls fill the jungle even when they are still quite a long way from us.6. Night in the San Miguel de Allende countryside: playing time: 12’25” (track 11: 5’34” - track 12: 6’50”)The whole of this track was recorded within just a few square metres! Slowly the microphones do a complete tour on their own axis allowing us to hear, at naturally speed, the diversity of sounds that surrounds us, as if were we simply turning our head. Complex rhythms overlap in this repetitive music, many very high-pitched. He we only hear insects in the soundscape, however close listening allows us to distinguish about twenty, all different! On the ground, glow-worms, and in the air, many fireflies give a fairy like feeling to the hot, dark night.À la charnière de l’Amérique du Nord et de l’Amérique Centrale, le Mexique offre un panorama de paysages incomparables. Ce disque rassemble six longs concerts de la nature, enregistrés par Bernard Fort dans les forêts pluviales des montagnes de l’État de Puebla, la jungle du Chiapas ou dans les zones semi-arides près de San Miguel de Allende dans l’État de Guanajuato. Dans ces paysages diurnes ou nocturnes, une importance toute particulière est accordée à la restitution des espaces et au respect des durées, afin de proposer à l’auditeur un rendu sensoriel unique.     Patrick FrémeauxOn the frontier between North America and Central America, Mexico offers an incomparable panorama of landscapes. This CD brings together six long natural concerts recorded by Bernard Fort in the rainforests of the mountains of the State of Puebla, the Chiapas jungle or in the semi-arid areas near San Miguel de Allende in the State of Guanajuato. In these diurnal or nocturnal soundscapes particular importance is attached to the restitution of space and time in order to propose to the listener a unique result for the senses.    Patrick FrémeauxEditeur de guides d’espèces, de paysages naturels, de cultures humaines primitives proches des sons de la nature ; La Librairie Sonore - Frémeaux & Associés fédère tous les labels phonographiques (Sittelle, Ceba, Pithys, Biosound, Collection Allain Bougrain-Dubourg) pour constituer le premier catalogue sonore des écosystèmes, une mémoire permanente du vivant et de la biodiversité acoustique dans une approche auditive à vocation écologique et pédagogique.    Claude ColombiniCD Paysages sonores du Mexique, Bernard Fort © Frémeaux & Associés 2014
À la charnière de l’Amérique du Nord et de l’Amérique Centrale, le Mexique offre un panorama de paysages incomparables.
Ce disque rassemble six longs concerts de la nature, enregistrés par Bernard Fort dans les forêts pluviales des montagnes de l’État de Puebla, la jungle du Chiapas ou dans les zones semi-arides près de San Miguel de Allende dans l’État de Guanajuato.
Dans ces paysages diurnes ou nocturnes, une importance toute particulière est accordée à la restitution des espaces et au respect des durées, afin de proposer à l’auditeur un rendu sensoriel unique.
Patrick FRÉMEAUX

DIRECTION : BERNARD FORT
DROITS : FREMEAUX & ASSOCIES

LEVER DU JOUR DANS LA FORÊT DE CUETZALAN
FIN DE JOURNÉE DANS LA FORÊT DE CUETZALAN
ORAGE DANS LA FORÊT DE CUETZALAN
NOCTURNE DANS LA FORÊT DE CUETZALAN
MATINÉE DANS LA JUNGLE DE PALENQUE
NOCTURNE DANS LA CAMPAGNE DE SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

On the frontier between North America and Central America, Mexico offers an incomparable panorama of landscapes.
This CD brings together six long natural concerts recorded by Bernard Fort in the rainforests of the mountains of the State of Puebla, the Chiapas jungle or in the semi-arid areas near San Miguel de Allende in the State of Guanajuato.
In these diurnal or nocturnal soundscapes particular importance is attached to the restitution of space and time in order to propose to the listener a unique result for the senses.


SUNRISE IN THE CUETZALAN FOREST
END OF THE DAY IN THE CUETZALAN FOREST
THUNDER STORM IN THE CUETZALAN FOREST
NIGHT IN THE CUETZALAN FOREST
MORNING IN THE PALENQUE JUNGLE
NIGHT IN THE SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE COUNTRYSIDE.
Liste des crédits sur ce CD :
Sunrise In The Cuetzalan, Sons De La Nature , Sunrise In The Cuetzalan (next Part), End Of The Day In The Cuetzalan Forest, Night In The Cuetzalan Forest: Playing Time, Thunder Storm In The Cuetzalan Forest, Night In The Cuetzalan Forest: Playing Time (next Part), Morning In The Palenque Jungle, Morning In The Palenque Jungle (next Part), Morning In The Palenque Jungle (next Part 2), Night In The San Miguel De Allende Constryside, Night In The San Miguel De Allende Constryside (next Part)
CDPisteTitreArtiste principalDuréeEnregistré en
11Lever du jour dans la forêt de cuetzalan Sunrise In The Cuetzalan00:04:232014
12Lever du jour dans la forêt de cuetzalan (suite) Sunrise In The Cuetzalan (next Part)00:06:532014
13Fin de journée dans la forêt de cuetzalan End Of The Day In The Cuetzalan Forest00:05:332014
14Fin de journée dans la forêt de cuetzalan (suite) Night In The Cuetzalan Forest: Playing Time00:03:252014
15Orage dans la forêt de cuetzalan Thunder Storm In The Cuetzalan Forest00:09:552014
16Nocturne dans la forêt de cuetzalan Night In The Cuetzalan Forest: Playing Time00:04:552014
17Nocturne dans la forêt de cuetzalan (suite) Night In The Cuetzalan Forest: Playing Time (next Part)00:05:212014
18Matinée dans la jungle de palenque Morning In The Palenque Jungle00:07:102014
19Matinée dans la jungle de palenque (suite 1) Morning In The Palenque Jungle (next Part)00:06:392014
110Matinée dans la jungle de palenque (suite 2) Morning In The Palenque Jungle (next Part 2)00:10:112014
111Nocturne dans la campagne de san miguel de allende Night In The San Miguel De Allende Constryside00:05:342014
112Nocturne dans la campagne de san miguel de allende (suite) Night In The San Miguel De Allende Constryside (next Part)00:06:502014
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