This is not the kind of music I usually listen to but it is jaw-dropping nonetheless. Be amazed. 🙂
While most sculptures are intended to be viewed, there are some that strive to stimulate our other senses as well. These eight large scale sculptures are installed at various locations around the world, and interact with natural forces like the wind and the rain to create soothing music. Let’s hear them.
Singing Ringing Tree, Burnley
The Singing Ringing Tree in Burnley, in Lancashire, England, is 3-meter tall and comprises of galvanised steel pipes of differing lengths and with holes punctured into the underside. When the wind blows, the sculptures produces an eerie sound in several octaves. Completed in 2006, the Singing Ringing Tree is part of the series of four sculptures within the Panopticons arts and regeneration project created by the East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).
Aeolus Wind Pavilion, London
The Aeolus Wind Pavilion stands at London’s Canary Wharf and is composed of 310 stainless steel tubes that terminate…
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