Pauline Oliveros passed away in her sleep last Thursday, a devotee of deep listening who advised "listen to everything all the time and remind yourself when you are not listening."
I saw her in Appleton a few years back, playing with Stuart Dempster, overtones in the chapel.
Pauline spoke about growing up in the 1930's and being most interested in the sounds between the radio stations and the sounds the chickens made as they pecked about the yard.
When she got her first recorder she hung the microphone out the window and was shocked to hear on the recording so many more noises than she heard while making it. And that was interesting too.
She was an originator of electronic music.
She played the accordion.
She founded the Deep Listening Institute.
Pauline Oliveros made vibrations that if we listen we will continue to hear for a long long time to come.