Exploring sound, just whistles, from the fragile highs to the raucous. How can the editing give any account of the process involved ? Take half an hour or so from each location. Listen... First, -¢??Michels studio-¢?¬ù, what talked to us was was kept. Next without trying to remember what has just been heard move on to Forest with the wind in the branches, same here, just listen, keep another fragment and so on for the other two, by the Stream and on a Path where we picked some firewood. Back to the first place, cyles...Somewhere along the radio interrupts --- -(from the inner liner notes). "Michel Doneda : Sopranino Saxophone, Radio; Pierre-Olivier Boulant : Microphonography, Radio. One very long track (40 minutes) recorded in four open-air locations and sixty-three very short fragments, for a total of 63 minutes of high pitched sopranino saxophone sounds, wondefully recorded by Pierre-Olivier Boulant in Autumn 2001. To be played in random-order ! Cover art from a postcard collage by Michel Doneda. Edition of 500 numbered copies in the usual Fringes oversized cardboard sleeve." - Fringes.