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Any idea whose setting of the Magnificat this is?
thanks for capturing such stuff
What a lovely music box! I always loved those beautiful things with the metal discs, etc. I can only imagine how carefully they needed to craft all the stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you mate!
This is exactly what I was looking for. I found many recordings that had birdsong/ambient nature, and many that had light traffic, the problem being that I needed both. This solved that little issue.
Great quality. Thank you!
As one of the singers, I'd like to add that the recording appears to have been made on 19th April 2010.
sir charles was geting sponked in de woods, you can hear him yelling hooddy dooo in the backgound
interestoing sound goes well with my college work thanks (Y)
#swansea for tthe win
swansea are the best
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Very nice quality recording, and the right atmosphere for my little project. Thank you.
Awesome, thank you!
Very nice capture, thanks!
Great track, i used it in my song here: http://alonetone.com/anton/tracks/john-capulator , thanks for upload!
Never heard anything like this before. It's pretty.
thank you very much, that squeaking door is just what i need :)
I've eaten there with my dad a few times. Lots of cabbies go in there
One of the most lovely chance discoveries I've ever made online.
Thank you, this is perfect for what I'm working on.
used here: http://ccmixter.org/files/annabloom/34568
I remember killing two hours there a couple of years ago. It was pouring rain outside and we didn't want to have to haul our luggage around London. Great cosy atmosphere there.
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