Layered Listenings: Lessons of the Land, Air and Sea

Tomie Hahn


Embodied listening approaches that stand outside the canon of pedagogical mainstream provide a wide variety of insights for different pedagogical settings—from participants who have little-to-no musical training, to those with developed musical skills. A whimsical, graphic-text piece is provided to playfully break down barriers of “skill” to urge all participants to heighten awareness of sound in their environment. In addition, a context and suggested use of the piece is provided.


embodiment, Deep Listening, experimental, notation, graphic, text

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ISSN 2155-109X