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Angkor អ​ង​្​គ​រ

by Jesse Paul Miller

Ta Phrom 11:25
Preah Khan 21:54
Banteay Srei 06:18


After almost 10 years, I'm happy to announce this release of recordings.

They describe, as best as I could capture, an organic masterpiece of quiet sound events, in Angkor Archeological Park, Cambodia.

Once the largest pre-industrial city in the world - now, over 1000 years later, dissipated into forest and ruins.

The movements of nature's symphony in grand spaces, sometimes including beautiful filigree of Buddhist and other human expression; the sounds of birds, insects, leaves, far-away voices, and the occasional tuk-tuk.

At that time I had a sense of success in capturing the discrete sounds of earth as felt in larger cycles in some of the recordings while considering this imagination: we are in the distant future.


released January 21, 2022

Recorded (2013) and assembled (2021) by Jesse Paul Miller.

All Photos ©Linda Peschong 2013.


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Jesse Paul Miller Seattle, Washington

Field recording / audio collage albums by Jesse Paul Miller capturing living soundscapes & street/ceremonial music in contemporary Southeast Asia and beyond.

Also, an archive of experimental and sound art albums created in the span of over 25 years.

These & other recordings have been previously released as a CD-r series, cassette, Vinyl LP (“A Distant Invitation” on Sublime Frequencies label).
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