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10 February 2021
On 10 February 2021 The Guardian reported:
After laying silent for more than 17,000 years, an ancient instrument Is heard again -- a deep, plaintive bleat, like a foghorn from the distant past. When archaeologists realised that a large conch shell discovered in the Marsoulas cave in the Pyrenees had been modified thousands of years ago to serve as a wind instrument, they invited a French horn player to play the conch in a sound studio. The horn produced clear C, C-sharp, and D notes.
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