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Publications

 

Occasionally we publish pamphlets, postcards and other items relating to the Sound Map. These can be found in various places around the borough (dlr LexIcon, The Pavilion theatre and many other locations) for you to find and take home. Most of these publications are available free of charge and if you would like one posted to you drop us a short line at info [ @ ] dunlaoghairesoundmap [ dot ] com. We hope that you will enjoy them!

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A Sound Map of Dun Laoghaire Postcard Set Number 1

  • This is the first set of four postcards featuring images of Dalkey Island; St. Alphonsus and Columba Church, Ballybrack; Dun Laoghaire in the snow and deep fog on the East Pier. Each card refers to a particular sound recording in A Sound Map of Dun Laoghaire. Watch out for these postcards in locations like dlr LexIcon or if you are not in the Dun Laoghaire and would like a set posted to you please drop us a line with your name and postal address to info [ @ ] dunlaoghairesoundmap [ dot ] com
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  • Our first postcard has a unusual image of a snow covered Dun Laoghaire borough by Doreen Kennedy and full information about how you can become involved and contribute to the sound map project.
  • The second card in this set features a late night image of Dalkey Island viewed from Dillon Park, Dalkey also by Doreen Kennedy. The postcard relates to Sound #00028, Night Recording at Dillons Park, Dalkey by our second guest recordist Karen Power. There is some information about where you can find and listen to this recording on the Sound Map website.
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  • The third postcard has information about Sound #00010 featured in the Lost Sounds section of the project archive. This recording of the Foghorn at the Lighthouse at the end of the East Pier and Kish Lighthouse was made by Fergus Kelly during January 1987. The front image of a fog descending on East Pier is by Ciara Brehony. The card also includes a short text by Ciara relating to the front photograph.
  • During the summer of 1976, Gerry Cosgrave recorded himself ringing the bells of St Alphonsus and Columba Church, Ballybrack. On the front of Postcard 4 you can see an image of this church alongside the actual audio cassette tape that Gerry used to make the recording!
  • All postcards are A5 size, printed on heavy uncoated card stock with full information about how you can contact us and get involved in the project.
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A Sound Map of Dún Laoghaire Pamphlet Number 1

  • At Land by Helen Frosi is the first publication in our occasional series of free pamphlets. Helen has contributed an exploratory essay based around her personal responses to A Sound Map of Dún Laoghaire. Helen references several sound recordings in the project which you can find and listen to in the sound map itself. Helen writes: It's something of a score, thought experiment(s) and musings on ways to think about, and listen to, in this case, a place heard but not as yet visited!
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  • The A5 size publication is full colour, printed on uncoated recycled paper and opens out to an A3 size poster. We hope that you will enjoy it!
  • Watch out for Helen's pamphlet in locations around the borough like dlr LexIcon or if you are not in the Dún Laoghaire area and would like one posted to you please drop us a line with your name and postal address to info [ @ ] dunlaoghairesoundmap [ dot ] com
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