the sound of the clay whistle has been an enlivening aspect of daily life for more than 6000 years. Only in the past century has it fallen into disregard.
Now the warblers, cuckoos, and nightingales of the whistlemaker's world are again full of vitality and song as historians, ethnologists, archaeomusicologists , enthusiasts and ceramic collectors rediscover them.
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