Dusk by the Frog Pond

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A vibrant pure nature soundscape recorded in Borneo's tropical rainforest

Album Details

Recording Location: Kubah National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia (Borneo)
Habitat: Lowland tropical rainforest
Duration: 47 minutes (6 tracks)
Audio Formats: CD, mp3 & FLAC (44.1kHZ/16bit)
Price: $12.95 (Download), $19.95 (CD)

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Album Description

This is the same as Track 5 on the album 'Rhythm of Kubah'. Available here as a single track download.

Recently this track was voted the 'The Most Beautiful Sound in the World' in a competition sponsored by Beautiful Now, The Sound Agency & Soundcloud. I feel that there were a number of other entries featuring the sounds of nature which were also worthy winners of that competition. The beauty of the natural sounds of our planet is expressed in its infinite variety. I’m delighted that this sound was a favourite, and I’m sure many would agree that it is just one of many ‘most beautiful sounds in the world’.

In 2014, track six of this album “Dusk by the Frog Pond” was voted the ‘The Most Beautiful Sound in the World‘ in a competition sponsored by Beautiful Now, The Sound Agency & Soundcloud. I feel that there were a number of other entries featuring the sounds of nature which were also worthy winners of that competition. The natural sounds of our planet are expressed in infinite variety. I’m delighted that this sound was a favourite, and I’m sure many would agree that it is just one of many ‘most beautiful sounds in the world’.

The 15 minute track “Dusk by the Frog Pond” is track six on this album, but also available as a single track download – http://wildambience.com/dusk-by-the-frog-pond/

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Recording Location

Kubah National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia

Track Listing

1. Dusk by the Frog Pond (15:22)
This is the same as Track 5 on the album 'Rhythm of Kubah'. Available here as a single track download. Recorded by a small natural pond in the rainforest as just before dark. This track is loaded with biodiversity! Various frog species call from the edge of the water including the unusual up-slurred 'wrooerk' of the Mahogany Frog. Empress Cicadas and other insects pulsate in the forest overhead and a few barbets and other birds still call in the fading light of the rainforest canopy.

Photos from the Recording Location

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