Ancient sumerian music recreated

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Ancient sumerian music recreated

Post by Robin_Shadowes » Tue Jan 13, 2015 8:29 am

These songs are examples of how art and science can come together to create something incredible. Musician Stef Conner learned to read several ancient Babylonian and Sumerian tablets written in cuneiform script, using historians' research to figure out likely pronunciation. Just listen to the results.

Conner is accompanied here by Andy Lowings, who recreates ancient instruments and plays a giant lyre that would have been used by the people who wrote these songs thousands of years ago. ... 1676603467
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