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European Acoustic Heritage
Date du début: 1 mai 2011,

According to UNESCO, the "intangible cultural heritage" means the practices, representations, expressions, knowledge, skills - as well as the instruments, objects, artefacts and cultural spaces associated therewith -that communities, groups and, in some cases, individuals recognize as part of their cultural heritage. The European Acoustic Heritage is a project aimed at the discovering and enhancing of the acoustic environments and "soundscapes" of Europe as a part of the European intangible cultural heritage.The coordinator of the project is Axencia Galega das Industrias Culturais (ES) and the 4 coorganizers are Fundación Illa de San Simón (ES), Phonogrammarchiv (AT), Laboratoire Cresson (FR) and Tampere University of Applied Sciences (FI).The execution lasts 24 month, from may 2011 to april 2013 and the work programme includes 6 phases with different activities and products. It starts with the joint analysis of the European soundscapes and the launch of a European acoustic net platform. After the research and the selection of recordings a European Acoustic Heritage will be proposed at European level and disseminate through products aimed at showing the diversity and richness. There are several works designed and produced in the Project: a research and recovery of historic recordings, reproduced with new technologies, published results as a multimedia book and a study with the acoustic spaces analysis. Other actions are be focused on sharing and disseminating the European Acoustic Heritage. A Travelling Exhibition with guided tour and pedagogical actions in the streets is carried out in several locations throughout Europe. The final objective is to enhance this intangible value as a part of the culture, across the history and the borders. The children are the main audience in different actions in order to make them aware and to promote a new sensibility for the audible dimension of European urban and social spaces.



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