Lost And Found Sound Our Friday feature this week comes from a tip sent by Bonny Sands, a linguist in Flagstaff, Arizona.
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Lost And Found Sound

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She told us a colleague of hers, Tony Trail from South Africa, took some old wax cylinders and documented a lot of the now extinct languages of South Africa. Trail has now put out a CD copy of the original, which was recorded in 1936. We hear excerpts.