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Bone Flute Oldest Instrument - Art Caves 'Were Concert Halls'


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« on: June 25, 2009, 12:17:55 pm »








The mammoth art seen above, in the Arcy-sur-Cure near Burgundy, France, is located in the most resonant part of the main cave.

Arcy-sur-Cure is one of at least ten sites where paleolithic cave sketches are clustered in particularly resonant spots, suggesting a link between art and music in paleolithic rituals, an expert announced in July 2008.



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La Varende,

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M. Girard

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Iegor Reznikoff
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