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Surrey-born Williams (1921-2013) was already a seasoned soundtrack creator by the time he recorded his Life on Earth accompaniments. Deploying a discreet orchestral arsenal – clarinet, flute, harp and strings alongside vibraphone, marimbas, keyboards, percussion and slivers of electronics – his pieces were adroitly designed to both mimic and augment the often stunning visuals, underlining the fluttering, flickering and often magisterial strangeness of the natural world as laid bare by narrator David Attenborough.
In the 1980 he invented the Soundbeam, a device… read more
|1||Play on youtube||Nile Crocodile family - Oral transport for the young||1 listener|
|2||A Gullimaufry of small mammals - Duckbilled Platypus swimming - Desman underwater - Pygmy or (Silky Furred) Anteater and baby - Fl||1 listener|
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