(English) A trek doesn’t have to be quiet, does it?
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Salades de sons
(English) Ever wondered what China sounds like?
Une dernière petite salade de sons indienne comme dessert exotique. En attendant les saveurs chinoises! Enregistrements réalisés à Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, the Himalaya, Kasol and Agra
Précieux enfants et rituels sans âge, rien ne dit l’Inde comme la poussière et l’eau. De Chennai à Delhi, à huis presque clos.
What does travelling in India sound like? Follow me!
How I ended up composing a piano tune with a nine-years-old Chinese girl.
Sit back, close your eyes and let me show you my India – with sounds!
I am back with a soundtrack!
De retour avec de sonores atours!
Wondering what Iran sounded like? A first taste of it!
Sounds of Armenia. Sheep and electricity, fusion and symphony.
Georgia in my ears (and yours, if you please).
Last sounds of Turkey before Georgia started to be in my ears
It took me some time, but here you are, some Istanbul sounds folks
At last, a sound mix for Turkey! (picture : the hot water spring in Karahayit near Pamukkale)
Serbia, home the biggest trumpet festival in the world… but not only!
A lot of music again, in Bulgaria! Notably a bagpipes festival in the mountains, but also people who can sing, strange instruments, bells of all sorts…
Five days in Ukraine, fast and intense.
My second stay in Polen has also been very musical… with a lot of classical music this time, a choir, a drunken accordeonist and a trumpet teacher.
A lot of nice music to share, so a longer mix!
An audio mix from my first stay in Poland: a small city, a little village and the capital city.
(English) The first sounds of my travels, more of Czech Republic.
After meeting plenty of Australian travellers in a hostel in Český Krumlov, I went to České Budějovice with a local bus. There I stayed with Katerina, who has been my first CS* host, and a great one! In this little mix you hear a passing old and short train at …