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Clay Pipe from Babylon

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“Clay pipe from Babylon, the most ancient yet found, apparently modelled to imitate the skull of some animal. It still sounds clearly the intervals of the common chord.”

Author
A Handbook of Bible and Church Music
By the Rev. j. Aston Whitlock, M.A.
Published in 1898
Available from books.google.com
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