Bernie Krause

Arts, Culture & Media

Biophony: Music of the Wild

Biologist Bernie Krause believes animals communicate with each other on their own frequency, and when you put all those frequencies together, they interact in a way not unlike a symphony orchestra. He calls it "biophony."

A Lifetime of Listening

Bernie Krause recorded some famous musicians forty years ago, but left the studio to explore the origins of music in nature. He has travelled to places few have been to or even dreamed of to record wild sounds.

Earth Ear

Bernie Krause recorded this soundscape in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, deep in Florida's Everglades for his CD The Spring in Corkscrew Swamp.

Arts, Culture & Media

Biophony: Music of the Wild

Biologist Bernie Krause believes animals communicate with each other on their own frequency, and when you put all those frequencies together, they interact in a way not unlike a symphony orchestra. He calls it "biophony."

A Lifetime of Listening

Bernie Krause recorded some famous musicians forty years ago, but left the studio to explore the origins of music in nature. He has travelled to places few have been to or even dreamed of to record wild sounds.

Earth Ear

Bernie Krause recorded this soundscape in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, deep in Florida's Everglades for his CD The Spring in Corkscrew Swamp.