Sounds of the isolated Kozikha cottage area more formally known as Kozia Gorka (literally meaning the Goat’s Hillock) as told by the local historian Alexander Lunevsky.

Accompanied by the recurring sounds of the crackling fire of the traditional Russian stove, distant trains and squeaky snow, this audiowalk celebrates the characteristics of living a secluded life where everyday sounds acquire a whole new meaning. Contains binaural audio.

Recording locations: Kozia Gorka, Krasyukovka
Recording date: December 22, 26, 31st, 2010
Related period: 1940’s-2000’s
Sounds: stereo, binaural stereo

Part of Sergiyev Posad Sound Map.

/ 12.01.2011

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  1. soundslikenoise 12.01.2011 at 09:48

    I love the crackle-pop sound of the stove. I’d love to hear more of it by itself – beautiful.

  2. Hello, many thanks for your comment. The stove track is here – Still enjoying the Australian sounds. We’re watching the tv coverage of the floods in your country, what a shock. Hopefully things will get better soon.

  3. понравилось

  4. Спасибо, я передам это герою сюжета )

  5. Тёплый ламповый рассказ получился, спасибо

  6. Большое спасибо, Тимур! Обязательно передам герою сюжета – ему тоже будет приятно.

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