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Thanks for sharing your pictures of a kite I never heard of, I take it each flute plays a different note, it would be neat to hear one of these kites. It would be even neater to have one to fly.

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(From 2'46'') ... it's very different ... I am hard of hearing and I can hear it, but not like hearing people can hear it clearly ...

... it sounds like warning siren or war battle trumpet/flute

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