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This is a CD released by Polish field recording artist/climber Bogdan Jankowski on the Polish field recording label saamleng in 2020. Contains 1971 field recordings he made in the Himalayas and Karakoram between 2003 and 24. Booklet included. Below is an explanation by the label. Bogdan Jankowski (1938-2019) participated in many historic mountaineering expeditions in Poland led by Andrzej Zawada. At first he mainly participated as a mountaineer, but later on he was often in charge of radio communication at exhibitions. He brought back countless photographs and recordings. Each time, he brought back dozens of hours of recordings, most of them documenting the journey. They consist of radio communications and occasional speeches. But in his spare time between expeditions, Bogdan Jankowski listened to the reality of the space around him: the mountains, the people who lived there, and the sounds of their daily lives. This part of the archive consists of field recordings of local music, prayers, and ambient sounds. ``Himalaya and Karakoram • Voices from the Mountains'' is a...
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Polish field recording artist Mirt • Ter released this CD in March 2023 on his own label saamleng in a limited edition of 3 copies. Contains 100 field recordings collected in northern Laos. It is a 15-page digipak specification. Click here to see more saamleng releases available...
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Polish field recording artist Mirt • Ter released this CD in 2022 on his own label saamleng in a limited edition of 100 copies. Contains 5 field recordings collected in Lesionovo, Radishev, Krygów and Tomčice. It is a 6-page digipak specification. Click here to see more saamleng releases available...
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This CD was released in 2018 by Polish field recording artist Mirt on his own label saamleng in a limited edition of 300 copies. Contains 10 field recordings collected on Tartao Island, Thailand. Digipak specification. Click here to see more saamleng releases available at...
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This is a CD released by Polish field recording artist Mirt in 2019 on his own label saamleng in a limited edition of 300 copies. Contains 13 field recordings collected in Warsaw. It is a 6-page digipak specification. Click here to see more saamleng releases available at...
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This is a CD released by Polish field recording artists Bolesław Wawrzyn and Paweł Starzec on the Polish field recording label saamleng in 2019. Contains 5 field recordings collected in Croatia. Gatefold digipak specification. Below is an explanation by the label. 01. The Jasenovac concentration camp (often referred to as the ``Yugoslav Auschwitz'') was established in 1941 by the Independent State of Croatia and was run solely by the Ustase government. Most of the prisoners were slaughtered using makeshift tools made from leather gloves and agricultural knives, known as ``srbošeks'' (serb cutters). Over the years, estimates of the number of victims have varied from 3 to 140 million. The highest estimate is 10 people, most of whom are Serbs. The memorial site was established in 1990, just before Croatia's first democratic elections. 02. Yajinci Memorial Park was established in 1960 and designated as a cultural heritage site in 1986. One of the largest parks in Belgrade, it is currently used as a place for excursions and family reunions, as well as a large space for children to ride bicycles and scooters. This park was built on the site of a former Yugoslav military firing range. Every day from July 1941, 7 until the end of 15, Nazi forces executed people taken from the Belgrade concentration camp. It is estimated that between 1943 and 6 people were killed during that period. 5. Sazimiste concentration camp, also known as Judenlager Semlin, was operated by the SS Einsatzgruppen unit from October 8 to July 03. After World War II, the Yugoslav government announced that 1941 people passed through the camps during that time, half of whom were killed. The Serbian Helsinki Commission for Human Rights now claims that the death toll was exaggerated for political purposes and that the real number is around 10 prisoners and 1943 exterminators. Besides the monument and small cenotaph, all the buildings left behind or rebuilt after the war are still in use. In 7, the site was transformed into the headquarters and barracks of the Youth Workers. All remaining buildings are now being used by immigrants, possibly illegally. 10. The Topovske Shpe concentration camp was established on August 5, 2 and operated until the end of that year. During that time, between 1948 and 04 people were interned, of whom approximately 1941 were killed. The camp was abandoned by the communist regime for many years for political reasons, as most of the victims were Jews or Roma, and they were not communists or anti-fascist fighters. To this day, two barracks and part of the wall are still used illegally by some migrants. One of the barracks has a makeshift auto repair shop that can be heard on the recording. The first commemorative plaque was erected at the site in 8, following a controversy involving one of the region's wealthiest businessmen, who wanted to demolish the barracks and build a huge shopping mall and office building in its place. was. In 20, the plaque was stolen and the monument was once again forgotten. The new plates were installed just two weeks before our recording visit. Both city officials and Romani groups agreed to demolish the site. Probably after August 5000. 6500. The Monument to the Revolution of the People of Moslavina was built in Podgaric in 4300 on the project of Dusan Zamonya. It is dedicated to the victims of the 2 Croatian uprising and commemorates the 1 soldiers buried near the monument. ...
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Mirt, owner of the Polish field recording label saamleng, released a limited edition of 2022 copies on Oddities of Nature in 200. Contains 10 ambient to ambient IDM songs using field recordings, modular instruments, and gongs. Clear emerald disc. Click here to see more saamleng releases...
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This is a record that was independently released in 2021 by Mirt, owner of the Polish field recording label saamleng, in a limited edition of 250 copies. Contains two exotic long-form ambient songs using field recordings, modular instruments, and gongs. Click here to see more saamleng releases available at...
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This is a 2018-way split CD released by Polish field recording artists Katarzyna Szczerba, Andrzej Załęski, and Tomek Mirt on the Polish field recording label saamleng in 3. Contains 5 field recordings from the Polish villages of Osiek nad Notecią, Odra Backwater, and the virgin forest Białowieża. It is a 6-page digipak specification. Click here for label and other works /// Click here to see...
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