The Singing Ringing Tree (video)

This is the Singing Ringing Tree. I like this a lot.

Via the YouTube page:

The Singing Ringing Tree is a musical sculpture situated at Crown Point above the town of Burnley, Lancashire, United Kingdom. It is one of a series of “Panopticons” in the Lancashire Pennine Hills. It was created by artists Mike Tonkin and Anna Liu and completed in 2006. This video is primarily intended to give an impression of the sounds created by the wind interacting with the sculpture.

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5 Responses to “The Singing Ringing Tree (video)”

  1. BeccaM says:

    Wow. That’s really cool. Beautiful, too.

    Thank goodness they put it out in the middle of nowhere. Otherwise the sound would drive one insane after a time.

  2. CPAC?

  3. ArchvistP says:

    Given the noise it makes, I kind of expect a large jet-black monolith instead.

  4. karmanot says:

    Amazing……my people, the harmonium banshie’s!

  5. leathersmith says:

    wow! quite the hummer

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