Sounds

Sound recording of Eric Mastrolonardo playing "If You Find Her" by Future Of Forestry on an acoustic guitar Recorded on an iPhone 4
Folk duo, Stray Owls, preforming the song, "Franklin Borough." The performance consists of the duo playing steel-stringed acoustic guitars (plugged into amplifiers), and singing. Recorded by a Zoom H4N.
Sound recording of Eric Mastrolonardo playing the C major scale on an acoustic guitar Recorded on an iPhone 4
Sound recording of Ashley Ericson, an acting student, and her scene partner Peyton Dilweg performing a scene from the play Hedda Gabler. This scene involves a performance of frustration. Recorded on an zoom H4N.
This is a clip from an aerobic class taught at the YMCA titled "HEAT!"
Excerpt from the Blind Boys of Alabama's 2001 song, "Run On For a Long Time," on their album Spirit of the Century. The song is a gospel rendition of the traditional folk song "Run On."
Sound recording an air conditioning running. Recorded on an iPhone 5.
Sound recording of an airplane pilot announcing traditional protocol after landing his airplane in the Raleigh, Durham airport.
In line at the airport to come back to Duke from fall break, security in the background, recorded from iPhone 6
Sound recording of Tannya Cai playing Blue Bossa by Kenny Dorham on an alto saxophone Recorded on a Zoom recorder
Sound recording of Tannya Cai playing the C major scale on an alto saxophone Recorded on a Zoom recorder
The trombone was still a relatively new instrument, having only developed from the sackbut sometime in the late 1600's/early 1700's, when Michael Haydn composed his Serenade. Because of how new the instrument was the trombone was rarely featured as a solo instrument, but, when it was, it was often the alto trombone that was given the solo. Of the four types of trombones used at the time: soprano, alto, tenor, and bass, the alto projected the best and had the clearest sound.

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