A photo diary: The Chimes Hour and its development

Aldeburgh Young Musicians and Faster than Sound artists on a 'sound walk' around the Snape Maltings site.

Aldeburgh Young Musicians and Faster than Sound artists on a ‘sound walk’ around the Snape Maltings site.

Listening to the wind.

Listening to the wind.

'The Chimes Hour' producer, Peter Meanwell making some field recordings.

‘The Chimes Hour’ producer, Peter Meanwell making some field recordings.

On Monday morning, AYM's worked on the piece 'Stones' devised by Christian Wolff.

On Monday morning, AYM’s worked on the piece ‘Stones’ devised by Christian Wolff.

Performing 'Stones'.

Performing ‘Stones’.

Chimes Hour artist and cellist, Lucy Railton.

Chimes Hour artist and cellist, Lucy Railton.

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Chimes Hour producer Peter Meanwell and sound artist Lee Patterson work on the complicated sound installation.

Chimes Hour producer Peter Meanwell and sound artist Lee Patterson work on the complicated sound installation.

Lee Patterson with some of his unique home made instruments.

Lee Patterson with some of his unique home made instruments.

Lee Patterson demonstrates some of his instruments to AYM's.

Lee Patterson demonstrates some of his instruments to AYM’s.

Possibly the most bizarre source of sounds I've ever seen.

Possibly the most bizarre source of sounds I’ve ever seen.

The sounds that can be made with 'Andrews Salts' in a glass of water are quite incredible.

The sounds that can be made with ‘Andrews Salts’ in a glass of water are quite incredible.

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The Chimes Hour is on Saturday 1 November, 7pm in the Hoffmann Building, Snape.

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