The sound recording of the Cambodian singing kite heard at the beginning of the film was provided by Chinary Ung. The khleng ek is a kite fitted with a bamboo reed that can sound up to seven tones. It originated in the agricultural tradition around 400 BC.
“Raindrop Patterns” for Jazz Chamber Ensemble by Billy Childs, as performed by Billy Childs Ensemble and The Ying Quartet. From the sound recording Autumn: In Moving Pictures. ArtistShare/AS0104 ℗ & © 2009.
“Time Remembered” by Bill Evans, as performed by Alan Pasqua. From the sound recording Twin Bill: Two Piano Music of Bill Evans. BFM Jazz/BFM 24112 ℗ & © 2011.
“Khse Buon” for Cello Solo by Chinary Ung, as performed by Marc Johnson. From the sound recording Chinary Ung: Grand Spiral. New World Records/NWCR710 ℗ & © 1976, 1983, 1996 Composers Recordings, Inc. © 2007 Anthology of Recorded Music, Inc.
“Sreysor Sampaung”, traditional Cambodian wedding music, as performed by Um Eng and musicians associated with Phare Ponleu Selpak’s Performing Arts School. Recording provided by Khuon Chanreaksmey.
“Sarawak Sunrise” by insects, birds, and other elements of nature as recorded by Adrian Stoeger. From an early morning field recording from Tanjung Datu National Park, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Adrian Stoeger ℗ 2017.
“Walking by Flashlight” by Maria Schneider, as performed by Dawn Upshaw, Jay Anderson, Frank Kimbrough, Scott Robinson, and the Australian Chamber Orchestra conducted by Maria Schneider. Poem by Ted Kooser. From the sound recording Winter Morning Walks. ArtistShare/AS0121 ℗ & © 2013.
Music excerpt from “Of an Ethereal Symphony” by Chen Zhangyi, as performed by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. From a performance at the Berlin Philharmonie ℗ & © 2016.
All music excerpts used by permission. Global Village Cambodia thanks the artists and entities who so kindly have contributed their art.
The organisation also thanks the following individuals:
The teachers and staff at Samlout High School; especially, Ratha, Sokhom, Sros, Sorphorn, Borin, Chamroeun, and Seng Han.
The following individuals, who, through funding or collaboration, have helped advance the project: Göran Aspelin and Riitta Niemelä, Rama Veeraragoo, Liz Morris, Bart and Edith Hoekx, Frank Penirian, Elizabeth Riley, Anne Guerineau, Alex Jeong, Mikaela Meese, David and Christina Garcia, Elisa Makarevitch, Roxanne Seeman, Mary Glavan, Jorge Medina, Aaron Joel Santos, Jeffrey Briggs, William Woodgate, Teresa Syred, Erik Engström, Cord and Yaimara Kanz, Alejandro Romero Blanco, Rithisal Kang, and Gabi Faja.
Realmac Software and Soundsnap.