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Welcome to Marsden Jazz Festival’s Chronotope soundwalk!
For the best experience use headphones and be sure to tap the small green arrow to download the walk onto your phone before you start, rather than trying to stream it as you go along. Have your battery fully or well charged too, as the walk uses GPS (Global Positioning System) which will use up power.
Listen to artists’ performances and other sounds recorded in the field by walking into a blue zone, each of which contains a different track. The sounds will play (on a loop) whilst you stay within a zone, and stop once you exit. Clicking on a zone turns it yellow. A banner will come up and you can click this to see some more information about each track.
There is no defined route - just head for whichever zones you want to. There are quite a lot of them spread over the landscape surrounding Marsden, so you probably won't want to do everything in one go. Exploring different areas on different visits will work better!
About Chronotope: Music in a Different Time and Place
In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic forced the first ever cancellation of Marsden Jazz Festival since its first edition in 1992. With funding from Arts Council England, the festival organisers commissioned five sets of artists to perform in different locations in the inspiring moorland landscape around Marsden and in St Bartholomew’s Church. The performances were filmed and recorded live on location and made available on the Marsden Jazz Festival YouTube channel.
Now you can re-experience the Chronotope music and environmental sounds in and around the locations in which they were recorded and explore Marsden’s varied outdoor environment.
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