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June 22nd, 2014

A floating river-parade inspired on the paintings of Jheronimus Bosch (c. 1450-1516).
This sound-recording is slow as swimming up-stream and strange as life in the Dark Ages.

's-Hertogenbosch, the city of the famous painter Jheronimus ( Hieronymus ) Bosch. That's where this parade on the city-river Dommel was.

Search Jheronimus Bosch on Google, look at the paintings while you are listening this strange and wonderful river parade. Your imagination will do the rest.

For them who want to see the pictures of the parade look here: http://www.martijndebie.nl/blog/2014/06/20/bosch-parade-2014-fotos-en-video/

With the international event Jheronimus Bosch 500 in 2016, the city of 's-Hertogenbosch, commemorating the five hundredth year of death of one of the great Dutch masters: Jheronimus Bosch. Visit the site: http://www.bosch500.nl/en

Recorded; 21th June 2014, close to Wilhelminabrug, along river Dommel, 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands.

You always have to credit/attribute the ''Bosch Parade'', klankbeeld and freesound.org in your work if you use this sound.
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Gear chain: Rode NT4 XY in Rode Blimp > Sound Devices 302 >Tascam dr-100 Mk2. Compression in Audacity.

This is a modern high quality -q10 (1500kbps) OGG Vobis compression file (48000Hz/16bit). The quality is almost as good as the 48/24-WAV original file. You can easily use this file in HD-film and HIFI music-tracks. The sound-quality is, after this compression technique still very high The file size reduction is about 75% of the 2304kbps WAV-track

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Type
Ogg Vorbis (.ogg)
Duration
89:58:329
Filesize
283.1 MB
Bitrate
1500 kbps
Channels
Stereo
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