Resonance: Museum of Sound


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The Resonance: Museum of Sound podcast series is inspired by the exhibition being held at the Museum of Farnham until late January, 2018.

The exhibition introduces visitors to the world of sound, exploring everything from gramophones to radios, violins to trumpets, and how sound has featured in Farnham’s history. More here in the local Farnham Herald.

It also features the loan of an Indian Narsinga from the Horniman Museum and Gardens as part of its Object in Focus loan programme.

This first podcast features an interview with assistant curator Emma Sutcliffe, a short tour of the exhibition – and a few of those sounds. Future editions will seek to curate more sounds, to supplement the focus of the Museum of Farnham’s excellent exhibition.

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