Music for trees

Regents Park, London, November 2020

Let’s go for a musical walk in Regents Park. There is a wonderful, relaxing app available to accompany you around a section of Regents Park in London. I can’t share the actual music from it but have added a musical link at the bottom of the post that will get you in the mood.

The app contains music composed and played by students at the Royal Academy of Music, and it plays different pieces based on your location; a different tree, a different melody. I wandered there for ages and thoroughly enjoyed the walk, with some November sunshine to add to the mood.

I’ll leave you to enjoy the view through my lens, with some music from Radiohead.

download the App here

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 5 November 2020

Posted as part of Cee’s B&W and Dawn’s Festival of Leaves

9 thoughts on “Music for trees

  1. I imagined the walk you had with the Royal Academy playing …. and then I did it again with your Radiohead track – I like your musicalisation lots! It is not very typically Radiohead’s sound which is rather interesting.

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      1. I think artists will always want to push boundaries – otherwise they get bored and fade away.

        I remember when Sting’s Song of the Labyrinth came out (big fan here), there was so much displeasure & criticism. I, too, was very puzzled. But now in restrospect, I appreciates what he did with a completely different style & exploration.

        So, perhaps, we will all look at Radiohead more kindly when time passes.

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