Buskers in Paris, St. Germain edition - Sunday, September 18th
Hello everyone! I’m back after a brief hiatus and a big move across the pond. I’m now settled nicely in Berlin, after a wonderful 4 days in Paris with my mum. Very, very happy to be here - the weather has been so great so far. A lovely welcome to my new city.
The trip to Paris was obviously awesome, it’s such a pretty city. And very lively, too! And romantic…oh, I could go on and on with the adjectives. Anyways, I ate a lot and walked A LOT and recorded a bunch of fun sounds that I’d like to feature sporadically over the next week or so. After going through my archive of recordings, I noticed I have a lot of buskers (and there were lots of them). So, I think I’ll declare this week Buskers in Paris week on Sounds of My City. Cool? Cool.
Today’s recording was taken in St. Germain, just next to the church bearing the same name. They were so fun, I just had to record them. The good stuff starts about 30 seconds in. Enjoy! And if you have any fun busker recordings, or come across any great ones this week - remember to share them with me!
Remember: keep submitting your city sounds to the blog and the SoundCloud group! This blog will probably undergo a bit of a design edit in the next couple of weeks, but the main focus continues: let’s map the sounds of our great cities! Any city recordings you make during the day, on your adventures, during your commutes or outside your window - send them my way and I’ll feature them here!
Happy Monday, everyone!