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David Rothenberg has been played on NTS shows including Confused Temporalities , with Madagascar Whale One first played on 1 October 2015.

Philosopher and musician David Rothenberg is the author of Why Birds Sing (Basic Books, 2005), also published in Italy, Spain, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Germany. His feature-length documentary Why Birds Sing was shown on BBC4 in June, 2007. Rothenberg is also the author of Sudden Music: Improvisation, Art, Nature (Georgia, 2002), Blue Cliff Record: Zen Echoes (Codhill Press, 2001), Hand's End: Technology and the Limits of Nature (California, 1993), and Always the Mountains (Georgia, 2003).

His most recent book is Thousand Mile Song, about…

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As Many Inside As Outside
Pauline Oliveros, David Rothenberg, Timothy Hill
Gruenrekorder, Terra Nova2014
As Many Inside As Outside
Pauline Oliveros, David Rothenberg, Timothy HillGruenrekorder, Terra Nova2014
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Dreaming Slow
David Rothenberg
Gruenrekorder, Terra Nova2018
Dreaming Slow
David RothenbergGruenrekorder, Terra Nova2018
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A Scarab Treks, Forming Dunes
Mike Lukshis, David Rothenberg, Matthew Aidekman
Terra Nova2019
A Scarab Treks, Forming Dunes
Mike Lukshis, David Rothenberg, Matthew AidekmanTerra Nova2019
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Madagascar Whale One
David Rothenberg, Michael Deal
Disc Magazine2016
Madagascar Whale One
David Rothenberg, Michael DealDisc Magazine2016
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The Longest Song In The World
Pauline Oliveros, David Rothenberg, Timothy Hill
Gruenrekorder, Terra Nova2014
The Longest Song In The World
Pauline Oliveros, David Rothenberg, Timothy HillGruenrekorder, Terra Nova2014
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Who Said What?
Pauline Oliveros, David Rothenberg, Timothy Hill
Gruenrekorder, Terra Nova2014
Who Said What?
Pauline Oliveros, David Rothenberg, Timothy HillGruenrekorder, Terra Nova2014
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