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Tower of Voices Wind Chimes Simulation
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Credit: Sam Pellman

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“Allku Wayku” (Dog Ravine) – B (second theme)
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Flauta played by Alfonso Tulcanazo

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“Allku Wayku” (Dog Ravine) – A (first theme)
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Flauta played by Alfonso Tulcanazo

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“Allku Wayku” (Dog Ravine) – Countermelody – B (second theme)
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Flauta played by Alfonso Tulcanazo

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“Allku Wayku” (Dog Ravine) – Countermelody – A (first theme)
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Flauta played by Alfonso Tulcanazo

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“Allku Wayku” (Dog Ravine) – Melody – B (second theme)
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Flauta played by Alfonso Tulcanazo

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“Allku Wayku” (Dog Ravine) – Melody – A (first theme)
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Flauta played by Alfonso Tulcanazo

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Narwhal clicks
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Credit: Susanna B Blackwell

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Echolocation and buzzing
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Credit: Susanna B Blackwell

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Calls by several narwhals in close proximity
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Credit: Susanna B Blackwell

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Chorus of Bocon toadfish
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Irish and Irish American musicians at the 1976 Festival
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Introduction by Mick Moloney. Credit: Folklife

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Volcanic Thunder 2
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This audio file contains 5 minutes of microphone data recorded during the March 8, 2017 Bogoslof eruption, sped up 10 times. The recording captures thunder from 10:21:30-10:26:30 UTC on March 8, after the eruption had ended. Credit: Matt Haney / Alaska Volcano Observatory & U.S. Geological Survey.

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Volcanic Thunder 1
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This audio file contains 20 minutes of microphone data recorded during the March 8, 2017 Bogoslof eruption, sped up 60 times. The volcanic thunder sounds are the quick clicks and pops heard throughout, while the sounds of the eruption are the lower-pitched whirring sounds. The eruption ends halfway through, at the 10-second mark, after which the thunder can be heard more clearly. Credit: Matt Haney / Alaska Volcano Observatory & U.S. Geological Survey.

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Nyangatom Lullaby
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Form and Function in Human Song

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“Hugo Gi Yo”
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By Sound Effex at Children’s Parade in Christiansted, St. Croix, January 5, 1990

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Christylez - Nistha - Raj
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“Shivranjani” by Nistha Raj, Christylez Bacon, and Anirudh Changkakoti at the 2017 Folklife Festival

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