“1:15 p.m. on Saturday”. The symphony of nature



Listening to nature… the song of birds, the sound of rain, the murmur of insects… This is what Fernand Deroussen, one of the four audio-naturalists in France, does.

“Behind every sound of nature there is an animal, an event, a landscape, a place, a time and all this constitutes’ the great symphony of the living” “, he writes on his naturOphonia site.

A real star

“Audio-naturalistic art is above all an emotion, that of contemplating the living”, affirms Fernand Deroussen, whose magazine “1:15 p.m. on Saturday” (Twitter, #1:15 p.m.) draws a portrait signed Clément Gargoullaud, Oktay Sengul and Louis Duga.

The man who makes the earth sing is a real star: his albums are a hit on audio platforms or in specialized nature stores. They have already sold a million copies … Find the sounds of Fernand Deroussen in the vodcast “PUR, what does nature say?”, Available until March 29, 2024.

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The naturOphonia website

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