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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

“The Sounds of Prehistory”

“The Sounds of Prehistory” is a performance that took place at the XXIV Valcamonica Symposium, using Paleolithic musical instruments.

 paleolithic instruments

The Valcamonica Symposia brings out the most skilled specialists in prehistoric and tribal art, but it’s also a platform to share skills and knowledge in an interdisciplinary context, which often includes prehistory, archeology, anthropology, ethnology, story of the art, story of the religions, psychology, philosophy and linguistics. 

The video is in Italian, but the samples of prehistoric music are relatable to all art and music lovers. Enjoy!

1 Comment:

Emma Springfield said...

I see similar instruments used today, usually in African and Celtic music. You can also see ancestors of modern instruments here.

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