1 hr 1 min

To Rustle is Human (with Daniel Chua and Alex Rehding‪)‬ Keeping Records

    • Comedy Interviews

Caleb has moved out. Shelby is also moving out. Distance has come between them, but their love for one another bridges that great divide.

Here to observe our hosts' attempt at coping with separation anxiety are Chair Professor Daniel Chua (University of Hong Kong) and Fanny Peabody Professor Alex Rehding (Harvard University), co-authors of the book Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music From Earth (Princeton University Press).

A discussion between four academic equals unfolds, focusing on how the Golden Records can teach us to differently hear and analyze music. Throughout the lecture, the esteemed professors make a Golden Record together with just as much food on it as there is music.

For all of our listeners with terminal degrees in their respective fields, this one is for you. 

Daniel's Artifacts 
John Cage, 4'33" (audio-visual)
Video of whale almost swallowing human (audio-visual)
Durian (food)

Alex’s Artifacts
Trio, "Da Da Da" (audio)
Blowfish (animal and food)
Rice pudding (food)

Original Voyager Artifact
Greetings from the U.N./Whale Greetings (audio)

Purchase Daniel and Alex's book Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music From Earth!

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Follow the show @keepingrecordspod

Advertise on Keeping Records via Gumball.fm

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Caleb has moved out. Shelby is also moving out. Distance has come between them, but their love for one another bridges that great divide.

Here to observe our hosts' attempt at coping with separation anxiety are Chair Professor Daniel Chua (University of Hong Kong) and Fanny Peabody Professor Alex Rehding (Harvard University), co-authors of the book Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music From Earth (Princeton University Press).

A discussion between four academic equals unfolds, focusing on how the Golden Records can teach us to differently hear and analyze music. Throughout the lecture, the esteemed professors make a Golden Record together with just as much food on it as there is music.

For all of our listeners with terminal degrees in their respective fields, this one is for you. 

Daniel's Artifacts 
John Cage, 4'33" (audio-visual)
Video of whale almost swallowing human (audio-visual)
Durian (food)

Alex’s Artifacts
Trio, "Da Da Da" (audio)
Blowfish (animal and food)
Rice pudding (food)

Original Voyager Artifact
Greetings from the U.N./Whale Greetings (audio)

Purchase Daniel and Alex's book Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music From Earth!

--

Follow the show @keepingrecordspod

Advertise on Keeping Records via Gumball.fm

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1 hr 1 min

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