Found Sounds: Give a little whistle
Imagine waking up in the Norwegian woods with the sounds of bird song around you, I can’t imagine anything more blissful. What a great example of how beautiful the sounds of whistling can be.
In Tansania whistling is used every day as a form of communication between human and animal. The Masai tribe who live alongside large animals learn to respect one another and co-exist. They use whistles to communicate with their most important possesion, cattle. This whistle is one of a Masai shepherd trained to guide the cattle from the big animals.
One place where noise is forbidden, let alone whistling, is in a library. The user Punctuated has gone ahead and broken these rules anyway, but what a wonderful whistle he has…
We’d love to hear what you’ve got too. Can you wolf whistle, or are you proud of the skills you’ve got? Well share them with us on our Community Team dropbox.
That’s all for this week’s Found Sounds! Tune in next week for more crazy sounds from the ‘Cloud.