Woods enchant us, calm us, animate us by their acoustic, visual and olfactory way of being. The forest is immensely popular as a setting, and might as well be called “a complex backdrop”. In it, countless spatial and temporal fields are continually interacting with one another in myriad ways.
At what point does language become sound? What forms are implemented in the semantics of sound? How does the acoustic world surrounding us enter literary and musical narratives?