The recordings of Beatrice Harrison and nightingales in the 1920's demonstrate a shift from a limited form of interspecies communication ("If you play it they will come.") toward an appreciation of nature and ambient sounds as sufficient and meaningful in their own right (the poetics of gardens and wars). (Go to feature)
The radio program
Music and Nature: A Natural History of Listening is a one-hour special produced for Minnesota Public Radio in May, 2005.
Stream hours of music that incorporates nature "in her manner of operation." From cuckoo and nightingale fantasies to underwater bugs, whalesongs to elephant jams, you can be sure that what you will hear is 100% organic, environmentally-friendly music.