Whilst walking around Gainsborough's House in Sudbury, I couldn't help but notice the history/context and the marks the floors held, all except in the carpeted Upper Bow Room that is. I decided to make some sound sketches to document the time of passing through the spaces, see below for; Layered Rooms, which is a sound piece composed of layers of sound recorded in different rooms.
See below for individual recordings of the sounds in each of the five rooms I recorded/documented:
Stairs and Upper Bow Room:
Down the stairs and into the Hallway:
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